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Quarq’s Mix-&-Match Guide

We’ve created a simplified step-by-step guide for selecting the best power meter for your bike. If you have more questions, you can complete the Quarq Ride Assessment and our team will be in contact with you.

Getting Started With 10- & 11-Speed Power Meters

To build a DZero DUB power meter, first choose the correct DZero DUB spider, the correct DZero crank lengths, and the appropriate SRAM DUB bottom bracket for your bike.
You can determine the bolt circumference diameter of your SRAM chainring by looking where this image is circled in red.

The DZero DUB power meter spider is designed to fit with most 10- and 11-speed chainrings and is compatible with road, triathlon, and gravel bikes. Follow these 3 steps to get started:

  1. Choose DZero DUB 110 or 130 BCD for any 10- or 11-speed chainring.
  2. Choose the appropriate length of compatible Quarq DZero DUB crankset.
  3. Choose a SRAM DUB bottom bracket if there is not already one on your bike.

Click here to download the DZero DUB guide

Getting Started With The Shimano Dura-Ace® R9100

To build a DFour DUB power meter, first choose the correct DZero DUB spider, the correct DZero crank lengths, and the appropriate SRAM DUB bottom bracket for your bike.

The DFour DUB power meter spider is designed for the Shimano Dura-Ace® R9100. Also compatible with Ultegra® R8000 and 105® R7000 chainrings but it will not match aesthetically.

If you are riding with this groupset, follow these 3 steps to get started:

  1. Choose DFour DUB power meter.
  2. Choose the appropriate length of compatible Quarq DZero DUB crankset.
  3. Choose a SRAM DUB bottom bracket if there is not already one on your bike.

Click here to download the DFour DUB guide

Please note that DZero DUB and DFour DUB power meter spiders MUST be paired to Quarq DZero DUB cranks, and Quarq DZero DUB crankset MUST be paired to SRAM DUB bottom bracket.