Sram Red 22 cassette with Campagnolo Super Record system

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elfuinha
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by elfuinha

Hello,

I've read in Velonews that a sram 11v cassette works with a super record 11v system. I would like to know if anyone as this setup.
It's cheaper to change the cassette (sram red 22) and a shimano freewheel for the Lightweights, than buy a super record cassette.

Let me know.
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mike
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by mike

i've done the reverse. shimano 11 speed with campy wheel. works fine no problem. i used a campy chain.

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It will work but personally I would not be comparing to a SR cassette.

Chorus are just as good and longer lasting.
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elfuinha
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by elfuinha

Hello are you saying the shift quality isn't as good as super record????

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by mike

chorus and super record cassette shift quality is the same. just SR is lighter with the ti cogs and will wear faster than steel cogs.

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mike wrote:chorus and super record cassette shift quality is the same. just SR is lighter with the ti cogs and will wear faster than steel cogs.


Additionally, a significant price savings chorus vs SR.
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by Voye

I am using Athena, Chorus and Record 11 groups with Ultegra 6800 11 Speed Cassettes on 2 set of wheels and shifting and performance is on par with my other wheels with Chorus cassettes. I am using and have used KMC, Ultegra, Sram and Campagnolo chains as well, no problem. Can't see why a Sram cassettes would be different.
Ultegra Cassettes are way cheaper than any others out there, including Sram. Probably not as durable but will see. I may try Sram if I can find as good a deal as the Ultegra.

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elfuinha
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by elfuinha

Hello,
I know that super record cassette with Kmc works great, that is my current setup, but what I want to know is if anyone is using red 22 cassette with super record and how is the shift quality.
Super record cassette is almost 300€ (I live in Europe) sram red 22 and shimano freewheel for lightweight is 250€, and 50g lighter. Will I be loosing shift quality?
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by wingguy

elfuinha wrote:It's cheaper to change the cassette (sram red 22) and a shimano freewheel for the Lightweights, than buy a super record cassette.


How much is the freehub? You can get a SR11 cassette from about £30 more than Red22. You can get Record or Chorus a lot cheaper.

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by showdown

I'm running 2 SRAM Red 22 cassettes with my Di2 Dura Ace and have found no problems whatsoever- shifting is perfect and very very quiet. The cassettes are a cinch to remove and clean which of course is a bonus. I didn't pay retail for them so that was another benefit but I can't see why anyone wouldn't consider them.

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