Q-factors for various cranksets

This is a list I have pieced together from various articles and postings on the internet.

Make Model BB Q-Factor Claimed/Real
ExtralightE-BonesBSA68160mmClaimed
FSA K-Force Light DoubleCeramic MegaExo168mm Claimed
KCNC K-Type XC2 Double 161mm Real
ShimanoXT 750 UN72 (110mm) 163mm Claimed
ShimanoXT 752ES71 (113mm)170.8mm Real
ShimanoXT 760HT2175.2mm Real
Shimano XT 770 HT2 176mm Real
Shimano XTR 952 M952 (68-112.5mm) 163mm Claimed
Shimano XTR 960 HT2 168mm Claimed
Shimano XTR 970 HT2 169mm Real
Sram XX 166 GXP 166mm Claimed
Sram XX 164 BB30 164mm Claimed
Sram XX 156 GXP 156mm Claimed
Sram XX 156 BB30 156mm Claimed

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