Kcnc Ti cassette and Di2

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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konky
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by konky

Madcow has had favourable experience using Kcnc Ti cassette with Di2 and we all know what a superb and reliable source of info. he is but it would be great to hear of any other experiences with this combination.

CerveloBert
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by CerveloBert

Those cassettes look dope - and the weight is incredible.

89daytona
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by 89daytona

I have over 5000km on one with my Sram red. The thing shifts amazingly!
@racecarbrian

konky
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by konky

Thanks for feedback so far but I already know that with a machanical set up these cassettes are great and surprisingly durable.

But is there nobody out there who has used them with Di2 other than already mentioned. Di2 is ultra sensitive to after market stuff. One may not choose Ti for a high mileage wheel but for a set of ww climbing wheels the 50g it saves over a 7900 cassette is in my view worth paying the extra £130/$165.

lombrichin
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by lombrichin

89daytona wrote:I have over 5000km on one with my Sram red. The thing shifts amazingly!


true!

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