pyc s1101 chain

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carhillclimb
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by carhillclimb

Any actual user experience with the PYC S1101 chain? It is just about the same weight as the YBN SFL-211 ti chain. I use mostly KMC, X11SL is common on my bikes, and those measure maybe 20g more. I have yet to wear out the SFL-211 but I do not think it shifts as well as the X11SL on a bike with a campy super record cable shift with powercordz.
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by Squashednuts

carhillclimb wrote:
Fri Dec 08, 2017 5:42 am
Any actual user experience with the PYC S1101 chain? It is just about the same weight as the YBN SFL-211 ti chain. I use mostly KMC, X11SL is common on my bikes, and those measure maybe 20g more. I have yet to wear out the SFL-211 but I do not think it shifts as well as the X11SL on a bike with a campy super record cable shift with powercordz.
I'm looking for a new chain, 11 speed.

These seem cheap & light.

What's your experience?

I'm open to other chain recommendations,

I normally use a Dura Ace and go through 2 -3 a year,
Dura ace FD & RD, FSA SLK light chain ring

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micky
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by micky

I've used 2 one them and no problem from my experience.
The weight is spot on and I would compare them to KMC and Yaban chains.

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