Some of our first production models include a bolt marked with a 25nm torque specification. However, as we continued testing, we found that 35nm helped the Transmission have a lower probability of losing chain tension. This is not a safety concern, and the bolt is otherwise the same, follow the updated torque specification of 35nm for best performance.
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- How do I install SRAM Eagle AXS Transmission?
- The SRAM Eagle AXS Transmission drivetrain doesn’t have high limit, low limit, or B-Adjust screws to set up the derailleur. How is that possible?
- How do I pair my SRAM Eagle AXS Transmission system?
- Do I need the AXS app to set up my SRAM Eagle Transmission every time?
- How do I know which “Setup Key” position is needed for my bike when installing SRAM Eagle AXS Transmission?
- What does the “Setup Key” do when installing SRAM Eagle AXS Transmission?
- What is the correct torque for my thru axle when using SRAM Eagle Transmission?
- Do I have to re-adjust the system if I change the chainring size or chainstay length?
- My SRAM Eagle AXS Transmission mounting bolt says to torque it to 25nm, but the manual says 35nm; which is correct?