Omni Racer Campy Cassettes

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Wcl4
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by Wcl4

Superlight at 114g, but does anyone know how these shift in comparison to Campy Super Rec cassettes?

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I've never had 11 speed or Super Record but the Omni Racer cassette on my tt bike shifts perfect. (10 speed)
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Which 10-speed groupset?

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by Juanmoretime

I have Record 10 speed on my tt bike. I also have an Omni Racer alloy cassette on my climbing wheels for my road bike and that is SRAM Red.
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As far as I know the Omni racer is just a rebadged Recon cassette. The shift quality of the recon varies a lot from bike to bike.

I typically tell people that they should prioritize. If weight is top priority and you're willing to sacrifice shift performance then the Omni/Recon is a good choice, but if shift performance is top criteria stick with a Campag cassette.

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