Quick Question. Dura-Ace 7800 cassette w/ Sram Red drivetrai

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Quick question:

Can I use a 10 speed Dura-Ace 7800 Cassette with Sram Red shifters and rear derailleur?

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by Mattastic

Quick Answer - Yes.

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yes, you can!

i've got the same setup, imho better then with Red cassete/chain

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ok 2nd question. The brake pull is the same ratio as Dura Ace 7800?

I want to use them with Zero Gravity brakes from 2006. So it won't have the updated cams.

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Also ok.

Same pull ratio for Sram, Shimano 7800, Campy, ZG, KCNC, TRP etc...

7900 is the odd one out.

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by sfcyclist1

already answered but I'll give my experience.. yes, shimano 7800 cassette and chain work with SRAM shifters. Do it as SRAM cassettes and chains are noisy. I am using a Red cassette and 7800 chain. Much quieter than with SRAM chain.

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Cheers,

Things like this are already widely discussed. Please perform a search for such questions next time.

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