OMNI Racer 11-28 Titanium Cassette reviews?

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protocol_droid
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by protocol_droid

I have an 11-28 omni ti cassette. Only a handful of miles for weight weenieism pics amd weights. Took it off after a couple rides and is mint if anyone is interested.

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Mocs123
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by Mocs123

I wonder if using a waxed chain will help the alloy cassettes last longer?

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by Mocs123

Any more updates on the OMNI Racer Ti Cassettes? I'm thinking about a lighter 11-32 cassette and have thought about options from bDob, ZTTO, and S-Road. The bDob and Omi-Racer are quite a bit lighter than the others, but while the bDob is alloy the Omni is Ti and should last longer. The Omni is very expensive though and I would be really upset if it didn't shift well.

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