You may not be aware but not all rings are created equal. Each manufacturer utilizes slightly different orientations and spacing between their rings and even sometimes between crank models. Therefore direct compatibility has not existed until now. Leveraging Turbine technology, As with the previous Team and Race rings, the Turbine rings are made in Canada from 7075 aluminum, so they are built to last.
New asymmetrical tooth profiling and more upshift and downshift zones yield instantaneous smooth and quiet shifting, even under load
Three times stiffer than our previous Team chainrings without any weight gain. Net result is much sharper, quicker and more responsive shifts as well as increased resistance to impacts
Machined in Canada with US made aluminum
Bolt Pattern: 104/64mm 4-bolt BCD
From smoothing shifting aluminum chainrings to the cutting edge carbon fiber technology used on their cranks and bars, RaceFace products are more than just iconic, they're the best components you can put on your bike, period.
Bolt Pattern (BCD)
104/64mm 4 Bolt
Additional Mounting Hardware
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Q: Hello i am updating the drivetrain on my 2011 Specialized Enduro Evo. My current chanirings are 36A x 24A, 4-bolt, 104/64mm. will these Race Face Turbines fit fine as replacemnts? please let me know what you do recommend for replacements. Thank you
A: For 9 speed rings, you need to use Truvativ(SRAM) specific rings on Truvativ cranks, and Shimano compatible rings on Shimano cranks as the standard Turbine rings will not fit. For 10 speed there is no issue; the Turbine 10 speed rings are cross compatible. Feel free to contact us and we will be more than glad to assist!
Q: Hi. I have a 2012 Trek Superfly AL Elite and I have yet to change the chainrings since new. Will these be a compatible replacement for the Shimano XT 10-speed chainrings that came with the bike? Thanks.
A: Yup! So long as your chainrings are also 104/68mm bcd.
I swapped my 29er's 3-ring setup for a 2-ring and bashguard setup. I couldn't be happier and haven't regretted it a moment. These Turbine chainrings from Race Face are nice to look at and provide a crisp shift every time. I have always spoken highly of the swap which has even lead a coworker to change over as well, and he's loving it too. The beauty of going from a 3-ring to 2-ring is that it basically becomes a "compact double" so you don't have to worry about chain rub etc. Just pick the gear you want and rip.