The Stages Carbon for 30mm and Mountain GXP models are compatible with a wide variety of cranksets from SRAM. To help clear up any confusion on your specific model, we have a few tips on determining if your SRAM mountain crankset is compatible.
With all power meter models, it is important that you also check for adequate clearance on your bike frame by performing our basic compatibility test, illustrated here.
Stages Carbon for 30mm power meters can be used with SRAM DUB mountain bike cranksets using a compatible spindle (spindle G).
SRAM Boost mountain bike cranksets follow the same compatibility rules as their non-boost equivalents. The only difference is on the drive side, so there's no difference in compatibility.
Eagle XX1 and X01
The SRAM Eagle crankset versions follow the same compatibility as their non-Eagle equivalents. For GXP, both version of Eagle cranksets should be compatible with the Stages Carbon GXP power meter (as they do not make a narrow q-factor version for Eagle). For BB30, the same guidelines apply in selecting the correct spindle for your crankset - verify the size of your drive side spacer and select the corresponding spindle based on this.
Fat Bike Cranksets
Our Stages Carbon GXP power meter (as well as previous model X9 GXP) is compatible with SRAM GXP fat bike cranksets. We do not currently have a compatible spindle that will allow for compatibility with a BB30 fatbike crankset.
Narrow Q-factor Cranksets
We do not currently have an equivalent model to match up with the narrow q-factor versions of SRAM XX1 or X01. These cranksets are labeled on the side of the crank with the "156" q-factor. Though they will still bolt together with the equivalent left crank option, the crankset will be asymmetrical due to the mismatch in offset.
If you have another type not listed here or are unsure of your crank model, please open up a support ticket with Stages Cycling or Stages Cycling Europe or visit your nearest Stages Cycling dealer for assistance. Click here for Dealer Locator (Global) / Dealer Locator (Europe).