Sram XPLR with Ingrid cassette (10-48)

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tiberiade
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by tiberiade

I did quite a lot of research about which cassette could fit my XPLR Red groupset to go beyond 44T, and it turns out Ingrid's 10-48T works perfectly! In fact, it shifts much better than my previous 10-44 XPLR 1271 Sram cassette. More expensive though (€399) but will save you about 50 grams. I'm now running 46T at the front and 10-48T at the back, a highly versatile setup without the need to go Eagle. Similarly to Eagle cassettes though, you will need a 1.85mm spacer to make it work.

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Alejogon
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by Alejogon

Beautiful bike it seems! Did you have to modify the chain length?

tiberiade
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by tiberiade

Alejogon wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2024 12:32 pm
Beautiful bike it seems! Did you have to modify the chain length?
Yep, but I was running 42T at the front previously, so it was a big jump. If you just change the cassette you might be ok.

njleach
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by njleach

This looks interesting. Has anyone else tried the 10-48T Ingrid cassette in place of the 10-44T SRAM cassette that can provide feedback on performance/compatibility?

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