SRAM X0 2012 Component Group

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SRAM X0 bringsThe right gearTo your most heatedTrail battles—anyTerrain and everyTime. Building an X0 bike is a serious, zero compromise endeavor. Only X0 combinesThe highest-levelTechnology options with a styleThat matches you perfectly. A flawless bike needsTo do moreThan just work every ride; it needsTo lookThe part. In additionTo our current colors, we are introducingThe new chrome and polished X0 SILVER, reminiscent of our classic X0 design. Heavy metal look. Crazy light weight. Buil


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by ehigh a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: May 8, 2012

Strengths:    It's a great setup. Sram has been faithful in helping me out when I had a derailleur issue. I love the way my bike rides. It's an easy to tune system.



Weaknesses:    I'd recommend X9 to most people.

Bottom Line:   
The X0 drivetrain has made my bike a more enjoyable ride. It's lighter and I feel more comfortable with the gear combos. I run a 26-39t crank with a 12-36t cassette.

I don't have the disc brakes, I got XTR for that.

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Similar Products Used:   X9, X7, X5, XT, XTR

Bike Setup:   Norco Range, it's fun


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