I've read in Velonews that a sram 11v cassette works with a super record 11v system. I would like to know if anyone as this setup.
It's cheaper to change the cassette (sram red 22) and a shimano freewheel for the Lightweights, than buy a super record cassette.
Let me know.
Chorus are just as good and longer lasting.
How many drivers does a buggy have?
So let's just say I'm drivin' this buggy...
and if you fix your attitude you can ride along with me.
mike wrote:chorus and super record cassette shift quality is the same. just SR is lighter with the ti cogs and will wear faster than steel cogs.
Additionally, a significant price savings chorus vs SR.
-2014 Cipollini Bond EPS | 2017 enigma echo SR11 | 2011 Time RXR ULTeam SR11 | 2010 Colnago EPS SR11 | 2013 Colnago C59 SR-EPS | 2011 Colnago Prestige Di2 | 2013 Specialized Shiv TT SWorks SR11
Ultegra Cassettes are way cheaper than any others out there, including Sram. Probably not as durable but will see. I may try Sram if I can find as good a deal as the Ultegra.
I know that super record cassette with Kmc works great, that is my current setup, but what I want to know is if anyone is using red 22 cassette with super record and how is the shift quality.
Super record cassette is almost 300€ (I live in Europe) sram red 22 and shimano freewheel for lightweight is 250€, and 50g lighter. Will I be loosing shift quality?
elfuinha wrote:It's cheaper to change the cassette (sram red 22) and a shimano freewheel for the Lightweights, than buy a super record cassette.
How much is the freehub? You can get a SR11 cassette from about £30 more than Red22. You can get Record or Chorus a lot cheaper.
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