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converting to a 48/38/28 oval tech SR Sakae

Oval rings may or may not help you. But that is a separate question from power and gear ratios. You produce the power and for a given slope that means either you spin faster while pushing the pedals ...
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converting to a 48/38/28 oval tech SR Sakae

You would obviously lose some top end speed at any given RPM. For a 48/11 versus 52/11 chainring/cassette cog combo with 700x28 tires pedalling at 90 rpm, the difference is 2.6 mph. See photo. This is ...
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