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Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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I have SRAM red group set 10 speed on Ultegra 28-11 rear cog cassette. I'm looking to change the chain. What are the options I have, if you could advice few options from the most quality pricy one to the basic one.
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ProfessorChaos wrote:KMC X10SL
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I recommend putting in a search. This topic has been discussed many times, so you won't have issues locating a couple of similar threads. However, like "favorite" lubes or saddles, you'll get a wide variety of answers on the best chains. My preference is KMC X10SL.
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KMC X10SL. Best chain for the money.
"Marginal gains are the only gains when all that's left to gain is in the margins."
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What he just said....
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Shall i put another dime in for the Yaban club? please get an 11 speed chain.
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The Yaban chains are slightly lighter but very durable. Also slightly narrower (can run them on campy 10spd as well).
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+1 for the KMC X10SL. brilliant chain..
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running my second shimano 7900 chain on the same sram red groupset, super quiet! great chains
i havnt tried a KMC but might have to give one a go next seeing as so many rave about them
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I'll put another vote to KMC
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How does the KMC X10SL compare to the SRAM PC 1091R PowerChain. Weights seems to be about the same, shifting? The reason I ask is because I just replaced the Shimano 105 group on my Caad10 with SRAM Red and went with the 1091R PowerChain. Would there be a benefit to replace it?
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