Product Details

The high torque loads of E-MTBs require tough components. The straighter chain line EX1 offers allows the use of a chain that is wider and more robust than those found on drivetrains not specifically engineered for E-MTBs. The EX1 chain has been engineered to run quiet across the gear range and transmit more power to the rear wheel.

Features
  • EX1 chain is wider and designed for the high-torque, heavy-duty use of E-MTB
  • Closing Link: PowerLock™ tool-less connecting link
  • Outer Plate: Nickel
  • Inner Plate: Polished
  • Pin Treatment: Chrome Hardened Pins
  • Rivet Type: Solid Pin
  • Recommended Group: EX1

About SRAM
SRAM was founded on a single product when Grip Shift shifters were introduced to the road bike market in 1988. SRAM was eager to grow, both by acquisition and product development. Adding core brands Rockshox, Avid, Truvativ and Zipp and pushing component technology has cemented their place as a powerhouse in the industry.

SRAM EX1 8-spd Chain

Product Code CHPC1E
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$82.00
RRP $95.00 | Save 14%
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Product Details

The high torque loads of E-MTBs require tough components. The straighter chain line EX1 offers allows the use of a chain that is wider and more robust than those found on drivetrains not specifically engineered for E-MTBs. The EX1 chain has been engineered to run quiet across the gear range and transmit more power to the rear wheel.

Features
  • EX1 chain is wider and designed for the high-torque, heavy-duty use of E-MTB
  • Closing Link: PowerLock™ tool-less connecting link
  • Outer Plate: Nickel
  • Inner Plate: Polished
  • Pin Treatment: Chrome Hardened Pins
  • Rivet Type: Solid Pin
  • Recommended Group: EX1

About SRAM
SRAM was founded on a single product when Grip Shift shifters were introduced to the road bike market in 1988. SRAM was eager to grow, both by acquisition and product development. Adding core brands Rockshox, Avid, Truvativ and Zipp and pushing component technology has cemented their place as a powerhouse in the industry.