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NuVinci N360 rear hub 36 hole black

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  • CVP (Continuously Variable Planetary) drivetrain technology with an infinite number of ratios
  • Simple twist controller enables easy, continuous ratio adjustments while pedaling
  • Cog not included, uses 17 - 22t HG-style 9-spline cogs, 3/32" only
  • Fully compatible with Gates Carbon Drive System cogs
  • Chrome-plated 18t cog included

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Product Description

NuVinci Internally Geared Hubs
  • CVP (Continuously Variable Planetary) drivetrain technology with an infinite number of ratios
  • Simple twist controller enables easy, continuous ratio adjustments while pedaling
  • No missed gears, hesitation or noise
  • Includes CruiseController shifter
  • 6-Bolt disc ready
  • 1.8:1 Minimum Sprocket Ratio (e.g. 20/36)
  • Cog not included, uses 17-22t HG-style 9-spline cogs, 3/32" only
  • Hub's shift drive fits behind dropout for clean installation
  • Shifter's cable has quick clip on and off system to allow for simple flat repair
  • 360% Ratio Range (0.5 Underdrive to 1.8 Overdrive)
  • Approved for use with 250w motors with a minimum 2.1:1 sprocket ratio (e.g. 22/42)
Item Specifications
ColorBlack
Weight2450g
Intended UseRoad
Hub Drilling36spokes
Rear Axle Type10x1
Cassette Body TypeShimano 1
Hub/Brake Compatibility6-Bolt Disc
Rear Hub Spacing135mm
Skewer IncludedNA, Bolt-On
Chainline49

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds
  • ASIN: B003RLA3KG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #799,043 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 4, 2012
This is an addendum to the two previous posts from last year. New post 6/16/2013. Used the N360 for one year. Pros: Never missed a beat. "Shifting gears" is effortless and can be done even climbing steeply. Cons: Noticed rear disk brake had virtually no stopping power despite low wear of brake pads and proper adjustment. Turns out that there was a very slow leak of the N360's internal fluid on the disk brake side rendering the disk brake almost useless. The fluid had a greenish cast that I noticed, when the bike was stationary for a week, on the bottom edge of the brake disk. I called Nuvinci and they determined it was a leak and sent a replacement wheel to the bike store I bought the bike from and replaced it free of charge. Leak is gone and rear braking power has returned.

This replaces the previous update to the original review below. Had a difficult time reinstalling the N360 properly. Eventually found a video by Parktools on resetting the drive to overdrive which is required before installing in order to allow full "gear" range. Nuvinci (Fallbrook Tech) should have such a video readily available. The tech at bike shop was unable to set up the N360 correctly. After I found the video I brought the bike to the store and was able to guide the bike mechanic through the proper installation process. Could have done it at home but don't have much space and best tools to install which would've made it a hassle. At any rate works very well now. Before getting it properly reset I contemplated replacing it with an internal gear Shimano. I tried several bikes with Shimano internal gear hub. The Shimano felt crude compared to the N360.

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Purchased a new bike that came with N360 CVP. BEST "gear" mechanism I ever used.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Robert S.D. on January 22, 2013
So like most riders of fixie bikes, you love the idea of simplicity and dislike gear mechanics, etc.
I was a happy camper riding my fixie around without issues, other than hills, until I found a deal on a Workcycles bike with a NuVinci N360 on it..... WOW!!!!!!

This Transmission is so quiet and clean it's amazing. I can be stopped and down shift instantly to the lowest gear ratio and there is absolutely no noise or rough start when I start peddling, same is true for higher gears.

Bottom line, if you commute to work on bicycle this is your long term investment. Get rid of the multi layer sprockets or upgrade your fixie and enjoy gears without headaches.... I am so pleased with this item, can you tell!!!!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. W. Shaw on December 27, 2013
I wanted to build a super-low maintenance commuter bike so I chose to go with this as the Roholf is sickly expensive. The build used a Scattante frame with a chain-tensioner. With a 40T front ring it has just enough gear range to meet all my needs (one serious hill on the route). The cables are two that are anti-parallel (one pulls, one pushes) so they recommend running housing the whole cable run. But I got away with only using housing at the ends by getting the cabling as tight as possible. Other than the extra weight and the need for a wrench when changing the rear tire there are no downsides to using this instead of conventional gearing. I have had this for a year so far and it seems that it will last a long time. I will update in a few years to see if this is really less maintenance in the long run.

PS - want to build this into a trail bike that would obviate the worry of snapping off the derailleur out on the trail.
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15 of 83 people found the following review helpful By SeN on September 15, 2011
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I bought this to replace a 8 speed sram trigger shifted derailleur. The one i got is the n360 which has the shifter adapter at the hub mounted inside of the frame.Do not buy this version. Im serious. If you are going to buy anyway after reading this, buy the version with shift adapter outside of frame. If you are used to a trigger shifter, forggetabut this one. Next, grip crap started binding and cable popped out of the plastic housing. afterwards, couldnt shift over certain points. when the grip crap was working, this nuvinci i got wont shift all the way in the range unless you move the bike. shift adapter would stop half way from extreme low or extreme high. Shift adapter is really badly made. It wobbles and bends on pressure from cables. Hey fallbrook, who approved the final production prototype? certainly not someone who used it.I can guarantee it. Finally had to chuck the grip crap and adapt (A.K.A headache) the sram x4 shifter with a spring attached to other cable. For the 600 or so i got into this, wish i had gone with a Shimano Alfine instead. Oh well, live and learn i guess. For the next one, would definitely go with a shimano. This one is too much mcgyvering involved to work right. Hope fallbrook CEO reads this and get busy.

update: shift adapter grabs badly while trying to shift. sometimes it moves freely, sometimes grabs badly. going in the garbage. what a f*** piss off this is.
Update: got a alfine 11 put in. Difference: very low rolling resistance, quick shifts,ability to remember sweet points and a hell of lot lighter. Nice try fallbrook. If i were you, dump the ball setup and try to figure out how to make a sliding spider gear setup to work. its my mistake, n360 is the later version.
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