The day-in, day-out Eagle ecosystem hero is now available with AXS. The GX AXS upgrade kit is your entry point into wireless drivetrain simplicity. Compatible with any of our Eagle ecosystem cassettes and crank arms, the upgrade kit allows you to experience AXS without needing to buy an entire groupset—provided you already are using Eagle products. No matter if you are looking to upgrade your ride or looking for great value replacement parts, look no further than the GX AXS upgrade kit. - Includes the SRAM GX Eagle AXS rear derailleur with battery, Eagle controller with clamp, charger with cord, and chain gap tool - The GX Eagle AXS rear derailleur shifts on command, whether under climbing load or sprinting to the stage finish, and is smart enough to protect itself thanks to its incredibly resilient Overload Clutch - Rear derailleur is compatible with 10-50t and 10-52t cassettes - The GX Eagle AXS controller offers a unique wireless shifting experience with ergonomic touchpoints that are customizable to your preferences. You can choose what each button does through the AXS App
Our Box Four tier is for those people who just want less fuss! You're fond of Prime 9, but know 8 is enough, and surely 11-42T is plenty of range for an 8-speed cassette. Our derailleur still has the Limited Slip clutch but now arrives with a more compact cage. The custom 8-speed chain is built for abuse, although it's sophisticated enough to have its own Wide/narrow chainring. Push through fewer gears with a no-nonsense shifter. This combo will transport you to 1 by territory for less than $200.
Our Box Two tier's mission in life is to deliver performance similar to the Box One but without its exotic (and costly) features. You still get the Tri-Pack Clutch in our derailleur only it isn't adjustable. The cassette's 11-50T range is equally impressive but we don't cut it out of a single block of steel. The action on the shifter is just as snappy although you don't get the rigid die-cast pull lever. The chain boasts the same unique ability to mate with a wide/narrow chainring except you give up the trick DLC top coat. You're hardly shortchanging yourself with Box Two.
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