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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2008 2:18 am 
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Saw this today. Looks tempting!

Compatible with all Shimano, Accura, Sram 10 speed drivetrains and chains.
Precision machined cogs for excellent quick smooth shifting.
Extremely Durable

Estimated life: 2 years, or 10,000km.

Single cog design except for largest 3 cogs.
Cassettes starting with 11 teeth have steel 11t cog for durability.

CNC machined sprockets from Aerospace grade 6AL-4V Titanium alloy

Machined alloy black anodized lockring included.
Cogs: 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 21, 23

Weight: 128g with lockring (verified) (Compare to Shimano DURA ACE 11/23 at 173g, and Sram RED at 165g)


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next question would be-- will those individual cogs eat thru a tune freehub?


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I have one I used for racing this year. Was a Campy one. Shifts good seems to be wearing well.

11-23 do not remember the weight.

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Appears or at least looks the same as the Agogo Ti cassettes. Indeed very respectable weight, however I have not heard the best of a feedback on the Agogo: mainly due to poor shifting rather than durability though.
10,000km or 2 years is a pretty strange statement as well: does it come with a half-life-period and will wear by itself if not ridden? I have also already been getting quite a bit more km out of Ti cassette in quite a bit less time as well, so it is not really a proof of quality.

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How long does a steel cassette last normally? Mine certainly don't last 10,000km!


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Also depends on the quality (& especially material hardness) as well as the riding conditions. Cheap steel probably 5,000km - I have had others with close to 20,000km as well though. In average (for me personally) I'd say 12,500-15,000km.

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11-23? That's it? :cry:

This is great, but let's get some real-world cassette combination for those of us who live among mountains. There is a reason the SRAM 11-26 is one of the most popular combination being chosen.

EDIT: I see they have 11-27. That's okay, I suppose. ;)


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Thought I could use this old thread (apologize if there is a more suitable thread here).
How do these hold up?
Someone tried their latest version?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/OMNI-Racer-WORLDS-LIGHTEST-Titanium-10-Cassette-Shimano-Sram-Dura-Ace-11-25-/221141332076?pt=US_Cassettes_Freewheels_Cogs&hash=item337d0cf06c
Have there been some development on these since the one mentioned in this thread (theyre obviously a bit lighter)?
110g for 11-25 is good, but should I opt for the Sram Red XG-1090 instead for performance (and durability)?
Light is good, but of course I want good shifting performance on my Sram Red drivetrain.


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NorwegianViking: I have an 11-28 Omni Racer Ti cassette that's worked flawlessly for several thousand kms, altho I haven't particularly stressed it in poor conditions or high wattage use. I believe the cassette is made by Token. Looks to be excellent quality and amazingly light @ 114 grams on my scale (10 spd; Shimano/SRAM freehub). And I've had a good experience w/ ProCycling Discount: prompt, knowledgeable replies to emails; great service. Hope this helps...

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:01 pm 
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Ti cassettes can be good. I am using a Campagnolo record full Ti cassette and it is quite frankly excellent, maybe these are just a good. Worth a punt I would say. Not sure about the 11T start cog I hate those.

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NorwegianViking wrote:
Thought I could use this old thread (apologize if there is a more suitable thread here).
How do these hold up?
Someone tried their latest version?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/OMNI-Racer-WORLDS-LIGHTEST-Titanium-10-Cassette-Shimano-Sram-Dura-Ace-11-25-/221141332076?pt=US_Cassettes_Freewheels_Cogs&hash=item337d0cf06c
Have there been some development on these since the one mentioned in this thread (theyre obviously a bit lighter)?
110g for 11-25 is good, but should I opt for the Sram Red XG-1090 instead for performance (and durability)?
Light is good, but of course I want good shifting performance on my Sram Red drivetrain.


Good shifting performance and Sram Red drivetrain is an oxymoron.

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