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Shimano XT 1x11 Drivetrain Groupset - £299.99 @ CRC

£299.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Awesome groupset, massive range and really lightweight. Never seen it at this price before..
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Awesome groupset, massive range and really lightweight. Never seen it at this price before..
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2 Likes #1
Cold - not 12 speed!
1 Like #2
You mean not 14 speed :P (voted hot btw)
Shimano 14 speed
2 Likes #3
Cold
"Never seen it at this price before.." £299 ???
purchase seperately
rearDerailluer £55
shifter £40
crankset/chainring £80 before xmas now £90 + a chainring £20-35
cassette £54
chain £16
= £254 plus a chainring, assuming you want shimano, probably better options including oval out their..
a far better offer from wiggle
£370 for above plus brakes which seem to be £130+ everywhere..
http://www.wiggle.co.uk/shimano-deore-xt-m8000-11-speed-groupset-1x11/

just got the majority of this before xmas, but decided to go for a raceface aeffect crankset, time will tell if i made the right decision, plus went for the mahoosive 46T cassette (37t next down ;0) )


Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Jan 16, 2017 16:45: aa
#4
hi where are you seeing the xt brakes at £130 ? thanks
1 Like #5
Evo141n
hi where are you seeing the xt brakes at £130 ? thanks
They may be even more expensive now, I paid £119 with RIbble last March, think cheapest you.ll find could even be £140 ,

Had a look around ribblecycles have a COMP5 code which makes them £130.05, they are most definately OEM stock so don't come in boxes, that's where I got mine, I emailed them on receipt and said I was disappointed that they werent original box and I didn't get the olives etc to cut down the hoses, they then sent me the spare parts and a water bottle as a goodwill gesture

Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Jan 17, 2017 05:36
1 Like #6
thanks
#7
So I have a 2012ish Carerra Fury (I did get it cheap), would I be able to fit this? I HATE the shifters etc on it, and am keen on a 1x11 setup.
#8
Hi, can anyone tell me if there is 700x32c schrader long valve tube?
#9
whatyadoinsucka
Cold
"Never seen it at this price before.." £299 ???
purchase seperately
rearDerailluer £55
shifter £40
crankset/chainring £80 before xmas now £90 + a chainring £20-35
cassette £54
chain £16
= £254 plus a chainring, assuming you want shimano, probably better options including oval out their..
a far better offer from wiggle
£370 for above plus brakes which seem to be £130+ everywhere..http://www.wiggle.co.uk/shimano-deore-xt-m8000-11-speed-groupset-1x11/
just got the majority of this before xmas, but decided to go for a raceface aeffect crankset, time will tell if i made the right decision, plus went for the mahoosive 46T cassette (37t next down ;0) )
Great spot.
Less £10 if it's your first order (using the code on page banner).
Bear in mind you'll need to budget for rotors (and possibly adapters) as well.
#10
Somebody may be able to help me here, I've been thnking of converting my canyon nerve which is currently 3 x 10, I think the cassette will fit my hub, question is do I need the ispec B or bar mount shifter.
Also it says the chainring is not fitted to the crankset, do I need anything else?

Edited By: souljacker on Jan 18, 2017 20:55
1 Like #11
souljacker
Somebody may be able to help me here, I've been thnking of converting my canyon nerve which is currently 3 x 10, I think the cassette will fit my hub, question is do I need the ispec B or bar mount shifter.
Also it says the chainring is not fitted to the crankset, do I need anything else?


​you will need the bar mount shifter.
#12
not di2 :(
#13
wisepranker
souljacker
Somebody may be able to help me here, I've been thnking of converting my canyon nerve which is currently 3 x 10, I think the cassette will fit my hub, question is do I need the ispec B or bar mount shifter.
Also it says the chainring is not fitted to the crankset, do I need anything else?
​you will need the bar mount shifter.
Ok thanks
#14
souljacker
Somebody may be able to help me here, I've been thnking of converting my canyon nerve which is currently 3 x 10, I think the cassette will fit my hub, question is do I need the ispec B or bar mount shifter.
Also it says the chainring is not fitted to the crankset, do I need anything else?
I've just done it this week, although I changed the brakes to m8000 when I bought the nerve bike as wisepranker says you'll more than Likely need barmount, to make it look clean on the bars you could get the wiggle set incl xt m8000 brakes which levers are ispec ii and connect the ispec ii shifter levers directly to the clamp on the brake lever .
If you are using the original brakes on the nerve (m615 ? I presume) then these I believe are the older ispec b compatible , I think adaptors are available now.

Does the set not come with the chainring in which case you'll need a chainring.

As I've said above I bought all the parts separately got an xtr m9000 shifter cheap on eBay, and the bigger 11-46t cassette, but decided to go race face aeffect crankset (match carbon bars etc). got it fitted this week and looking forward to a big ride out at the weekend

Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Jan 19, 2017 05:55
#15
Ps. Depending on usage and age you may need a new bottom bracket, my nerve 2016 was a BB92 which for shimano are notoriously bad , I opted for a hope pf41 (which is the internal BB same as bb92) .they don't come cheap but I won't need to replace it as often, it's serviceable too

Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Jan 19, 2017 05:59
#16
stimcity
So I have a 2012ish Carerra Fury (I did get it cheap), would I be able to fit this? I HATE the shifters etc on it, and am keen on a 1x11 setup.

You may find it cheaper to set it up 10 speed using an XT m711 11-36t cassette taking out the 17t cog and replacing with a 40t/42t expander ring and then convert your crankset to single ring just leaving the middle chainring (assuming it's triple), replace the chain, shifters and rear derailleur, put on either a 30t/32t/34t narrow/wide chainring and you'll have the gearing.

That would cost
Shifter m670 £25
Kmc x10-73 chain (or x10-93 ) £13.50
M771 36t cassette £36
M615 deore Rear derailleur £19.99 je James
Plus a chainring and expander ring i.e. Superstar or uber, eBay £15 + £25

Approx £150
Or checkout the SLX 11 speed m7000 (recently launched),
Looks and performs just as good as m8000 XT. It's priced at £235 on chain reaction

Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Jan 19, 2017 06:18
#17
whatyadoinsucka
souljacker
Somebody may be able to help me here, I've been thnking of converting my canyon nerve which is currently 3 x 10, I think the cassette will fit my hub, question is do I need the ispec B or bar mount shifter.
Also it says the chainring is not fitted to the crankset, do I need anything else?
I've just done it this week, although I changed the brakes to m8000 when I bought the nerve bike as wisepranker says you'll more than Likely need barmount, to make it look clean on the bars you could get the wiggle set incl xt m8000 brakes which levers are ispec ii and connect the ispec ii shifter levers directly to the clamp on the brake lever .
If you are using the original brakes on the nerve (m615 ? I presume) then these I believe are the older ispec b compatible , I think adaptors are available now.
Does the set not come with the chainring in which case you'll need a chainring.
As I've said above I bought all the parts separately got an xtr m9000 shifter cheap on eBay, and the bigger 11-46t cassette, but decided to go race face aeffect crankset (match carbon bars etc). got it fitted this week and looking forward to a big ride out at the weekend
Thanks for the reply, very helpful, I think I'm going to get an 11-46 cassette which derailleur do I need? Medium or long? Also is is there any benefit of having an oval chainring?
#18
Got these on my Boardman, excellent chainset.
1 Like #19
souljacker
whatyadoinsucka
souljacker
Somebody may be able to help me here, I've been thnking of converting my canyon nerve which is currently 3 x 10, I think the cassette will fit my hub, question is do I need the ispec B or bar mount shifter.
Also it says the chainring is not fitted to the crankset, do I need anything else?
I've just done it this week, although I changed the brakes to m8000 when I bought the nerve bike as wisepranker says you'll more than Likely need barmount, to make it look clean on the bars you could get the wiggle set incl xt m8000 brakes which levers are ispec ii and connect the ispec ii shifter levers directly to the clamp on the brake lever .
If you are using the original brakes on the nerve (m615 ? I presume) then these I believe are the older ispec b compatible , I think adaptors are available now.
Does the set not come with the chainring in which case you'll need a chainring.
As I've said above I bought all the parts separately got an xtr m9000 shifter cheap on eBay, and the bigger 11-46t cassette, but decided to go race face aeffect crankset (match carbon bars etc). got it fitted this week and looking forward to a big ride out at the weekend
Thanks for the reply, very helpful, I think I'm going to get an 11-46 cassette which derailleur do I need? Medium or long? Also is is there any benefit of having an oval chainring?
the 46T cassette only works with a single chainring upfront , reading Q/A section on evans and crc you can use either, i went for the Medium GS Cage and it works fine.

i was planning to get an oval in the summer when RF launch one, they are meant to enhance the range lower so a 34T you get the benfit of the 34T on the higher gear, but the lowest gear feels like the lowest using a 32T chainring..
I've been told by a guy whos tried them on his bike he felt no difference, maybe it s a placebo effect, i'm undecided

Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Jan 19, 2017 12:18
#20
whatyadoinsucka
souljacker
whatyadoinsucka
souljacker
Somebody may be able to help me here, I've been thnking of converting my canyon nerve which is currently 3 x 10, I think the cassette will fit my hub, question is do I need the ispec B or bar mount shifter.
Also it says the chainring is not fitted to the crankset, do I need anything else?
I've just done it this week, although I changed the brakes to m8000 when I bought the nerve bike as wisepranker says you'll more than Likely need barmount, to make it look clean on the bars you could get the wiggle set incl xt m8000 brakes which levers are ispec ii and connect the ispec ii shifter levers directly to the clamp on the brake lever .
If you are using the original brakes on the nerve (m615 ? I presume) then these I believe are the older ispec b compatible , I think adaptors are available now.
Does the set not come with the chainring in which case you'll need a chainring.
As I've said above I bought all the parts separately got an xtr m9000 shifter cheap on eBay, and the bigger 11-46t cassette, but decided to go race face aeffect crankset (match carbon bars etc). got it fitted this week and looking forward to a big ride out at the weekend
Thanks for the reply, very helpful, I think I'm going to get an 11-46 cassette which derailleur do I need? Medium or long? Also is is there any benefit of having an oval chainring?
the 46T cassette only works with a single chainring upfront , reading Q/A section on evans and crc you can use either, i went for the Medium GS Cage and it works fine.
i was planning to get an oval in the summer when RF launch one, they are meant to enhance the range lower so a 34T you get the benfit of the 34T on the higher gear, but the lowest gear feels like the lowest using a 32T chainring..
I've been told by a guy whos tried them on his bike he felt no difference, maybe it s a placebo effect, i'm undecided
Ok , thanks a lot, I'll just put a standard one on for now and see how I get on, I'll have a look around and price the parts up individually and see if I can get them any cheaper, just a matter of getting them ordered and fitting them, the hidden gear cables in the frame might be a bit of a problem though, I've only ever changed external ones
1 Like #21
i got a local one man shop to fit, £35 for an hour and a halfs work, got too much on at the minute, would have liked to do it.

ribble cycles had the derailleurs £54-55 and COMP5 will get 5% off,
i tend to go between wiggle/merlin/ribble/jejames/crc they tend to be cheapest but use google too, even ebay

Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Jan 19, 2017 13:28

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