Meta Power SX Signature

Meta Power SX Signature

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META POWER SX - Self Shuttle ModeSince it arrived in 2020 the META POWER SX has given many riders the chance to (re)discover ebikes in a very different light. It's a 27-inch model with long travel that extenuates pure riding with the best trajectory, so there's no more excuses on hardest, steepest sections! For 2021, this platform has improved in many areas and all are proving to be even more effective!This META POWER SX is now equipped with the new SHIMANO EP8 engine. With a torque of 85 N.m, the power output curve has been improved to result in a bike that's smoother and more responsive to pedal strokes. The positioning of the motor is such to enable the lowest battery position possible, meaning much better weight distribution. A new engine mount combined with a new generation engine guard, both optimise space and reduce the risks of catching the ground. Finally, a new 630Wh battery increases capacity a lot! This pushes the META POWER SX into the realms of being more of a 'shuttle bike' - it climbs without a fuss for as many descents as your arms can cope with!The new 2021 version also sees an increase in travel to 180mm at the front and 165mm on the back. With 27.5 wheels the bike feels at ease through short steep chutes where a lot of downforce is applied. The geometry has been designed accordingly with a long front and a slacker steerer angle. Everything is held with a 40mm stem to provide excellent downhill positioning, where this bike is completely at home. Longer in length, it also gains in stability on all types of terrain.The new sharper and more defined lines of this META POWER SX equal improved performance.META POWER SX SIGNATUREFor this SIGNATURE model of the META POWER SX we have the ideal combo of FOX, SHIMANO and DT SWISS. With the new SHIMANO EP8 engine and a 630Wh battery, the capabilities of this META POWER SX have significantly increased. For components we find the new e-bike specific FOX 38 Factory fork with 38mm diameter uppers, as well as the Float X2 shock, the brand's finest enduro suspension. The numerous adjustment possibilities of this suspension will satisfy the most demanding riders. All components match with the 'High Polish' frame perfectly! We have SHIMANO XT 12-speed transmission and SHIMANO XT 4-piston brakes and like always with the reliable Japanese brand, ease of maintenance and performance are key. Finally, there are H1700 DT SWISS e-bike specific wheels which are well established in this category.

Specifications

Frameset
  • Frame
    2021 Meta Power SX, 165 mm travel, 27.5'', Alloy 6066, triple butted tubes, T4, T6. Enduro bearings
  • Fork
    FOX 38 Factory Grip 2, e-MTB, 180 mm
  • Rear Shock
    FOX Float X2 Factory
Drivetrain
  • Rear Derailleur
    SHIMANO XT, 12s
  • Shifter
    SHIMANO XT
  • Crank
    SHIMANO
  • Bottom Bracket
    SHIMANO XT, 12s
  • Cassette
    SHIMANO XT
  • Chain
    RIDE ALPHA EP8, 32-34t
Components
  • Brakes
    SHIMANO XT, 4 pistons
  • Seatpost
    FOX Transfer Factory Series Kashima , 31,6 mm, travel: 125 mm on S, 150 mm on M, 175 mm on L and XL, I-Spec EV Remote
  • Saddle
    WTB Silverado, Narrow shape, Cr-Mo rails
  • Handlebar
    RIDE ALPHA R20 E-Bike, 31,8 mm, 780 mm width, 20 mm rise, Alloy 6061, electric wire internal routing
  • Stem
    SHIMANO DU-EP800, 250 W, 85 Nm
  • Grips
    Yes
  • Headset
    ACROS ZS56 / ZS66, Alloy cups, sealed bearings
Wheels
  • Wheels
    DT SWISS HX1700 Spline, 27.5'', 28h, 30 mm inner width
  • Wheel Size
    27.5"
  • Hubs
    Rear: DT SWISS 350 - Front: DT SWISS 350, Rear: 28h, sealed bearings, e-bike specific - Front: 28h, sealed bearings
  • Tires
    Rear: MAXXIS Dissector - Front: MAXXIS Assegai, Rear: 27.5 x 2.40 WT, 3C MaxxGrip DD - Front: 27.5 x 2.50 WT, 3C MaxxTerra EXO+
Weight
  • Weight
    Weight / 23,5 kg / 51,8 lb, Average weight for S size, without pedals. Weight may differ slightly due to manufacturing tolerances.
More Info
Mountain bike pricing and specifications are ever changing. This info was last updated August 16, 2021.
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