2011 Sram Red Steel Front Derailleur vs. Dura Ace 7900 Front

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robertg
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by robertg

Has anyone compared both on their Sram Red equipped bike? And if you have, which provided better shifting performance. I know the DA7900 is lighter, but am wondering if it will actually work better. Thanks.

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by PoorCyclist

You want 7800 to go with red as the pull ratio is compatible with SRAM

The lever throw will be further on shimano a bit

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Sram with steel cage over Shimano Dura-Ace 7800, that's just weak. If the 7900 is working it's great, stiff and perfect cage. Used one on my mtb with Sram triggers/twisters.
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