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This kit converts SRAM shifters to work with 13-speed Campagnolo Ekar components

This kit converts SRAM shifters to work with 13-speed Campagnolo Ekar components

This new conversion kit from Ratio Technology modifies SRAM 10- or 11-speed mechanical groupsets to work with 13-speed Campagnolo Ekar gravel groupset cassettes and chains.…

Tuesday, Jun 07

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This new conversion kit from Ratio Technology modifies SRAM 10- or 11-speed mechanical groupsets to work with 13-speed Campagnolo Ekar gravel groupset cassettes and chains.

The 1x13C kit is comprised of a new ratchet and a pair of 12-tooth, 13-speed specific jockey wheels.

A 13-speed-compatible 110mm 5-bolt chainring is also available from the brand. Ratio claims its Ratio Ring is the first aftermarket Ekar-compatible chainring on the market.

The kit is priced at £99.50 / €96.97 / $104.22 / AU$144.21 and is available now.

The Ratio Ring is available in 34t, 36t and 38t options, and costs £75 / €73.04 / $78.49 / AU$108.66

This launch follows the release of a kit to convert 11-speed mechanical SRAM groupset components to work with 12-speed cassettes . Why SRAMpagnolo?

Why exactly would one wish to convert SRAM shifters and derailleurs to work with 13-speed Campagnolo Ekar components?Ratio Technology says it “believes the range and spacing of 1×13 hit a sweet spot for general gravel riding”, but adds “there are limitations to Ekar”.Ratio Technology highlights the “restrictive 38-tooth minimum chainring size, proprietary crankset and bottom bracket, lack of a power meter , and limited crank length options” as what it views as the primary drawbacks of the groupset.The brand claims its Ratio Ring – which is based around the commonplace 5-bolt 110 BCD pattern – gets around some of these issues, opening up options to use a wide number of other cranksets .As with its other conversion kits, the Ratio Technology 1x13C kit enables riders to upgrade […]

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