SRAM X0 Trigger Shifter

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This X0 Silver Trigger Shifter Set is specifically designed to shift a triple compatible front derailleur across three chainrings as well as affect 10-speed gear changes out back. It's made just like the standard X0 set, save for the polished aluminum finish on the top cover that reminds us of our first X0 group from back in the day. In addition to giving your bars some extra bling, you'll get the same reliable and effortless shifting function you've always known from SRAM X0 parts.The lever position can be adjusted for finger length or push preference. They're also Matchmaker-X compatible if you appreciate a clean handlebar arrangement. But the real test is the shifting. And it's incredible -- so smooth, so easy. It's remarkable how much smoother these shifters feel than their X-9 counterparts. This is what makes them such a worthy upgrade. The Exact Actuation simplifies derailleur setup and ensures precise shifting from the word go. The SRAM X0 Silver Trigger Shifter Set is designed to work with all SRAM mountain triple front and 10-speed rear derailleurs. Cable replacement is easy. Simply pop off the alloy top cover, pull out the old cable, thread in the new one, and take off -- easy as a summer breeze. If you can take the plunge for X0 Shifters, you won't be disappointed.Exact Actuation 1:1 ratio means cable movement is equal to derailleur movement, providing reliability, easy setup, and effortless actuationZero-Loss technology enables instant cable engagement for insanely fast shiftingMatchmaker compatibility allows de-cluttering of the handlebarsAdjustable lever for enhanced ergonomics

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 08, 2018]
Drumnatural


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

Crisp shifts. Going on 3 years with no problems. I have this for a 1X10 setup. Adjustable trigger is nice.

Weakness:

The newer 1x12 drivetrains have a wider range on the rear cassette. So if your looking for a 1X setup a 1X10 isn’t the best option like it was in 2014.

Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2015
[Nov 02, 2012]
therollex
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
Strength:

When working ok

Weakness:

After a months use the rear shifter stopped working. The lever wouldn't engage. Sent it back to SRAM but after repeated emails got nothing back. Bought a new replacement one. Today the front shifter has started doing the same. Very disappointed in the product and their customer service. They don't even have the decency to reply. Have been using SRAM for over 10y but I'm very tempted to ditch it and go XTR.

My X0 9 speed was bullet proof, over 20,000ks on a X0 setup. New 10s a fraction of this. Anyone from SRAM why don't you front up and answer emails???

Similar Products Used:

X9 9 speed

[Oct 07, 2012]
authalic
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

These shifters are snappy. They work neatly and quickly every time. They were easy to install and dial in. The build quality is top end. All metal body and levers. The starting position of the large lever is adjustable to match the reach of your thumb.

Weakness:

I haven't had to replace the cable yet, but from what I'm reading here, it looks like it's something I don't want to do out on the trail. The price is much higher than X9 components.

I have used these shifters for nearly 6 weeks. In that time, I have ridden 145 miles of mostly single track, climbed 13,700 feet, and descended more than 33,000 feet, so I have done a good amount of shifting. I love these shifter so far, and I think this is more than just a first impression. They perform without any trouble. The adjustability is nice. You can set the larger lever to any position in its rotation, so it's under your thumb when you reach for it. (I couldn't do that with my X7 shifters, which is why they got replaced.) I am using these with X9 derailleurs and have never had better shifting on a bike. It's not something I need to think about when I'm riding. I wish my brakes worked this well.

Similar Products Used:

SRAM X7 trigger shifters

[Feb 08, 2012]
ehigh
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

I love the way these shift. If you're a picky rider, these definitely feel good. It's easy to adjust and makes my drivetrain smooth. I really enjoy how solid of a feeling these have.

Weakness:

The cable routing could be a little easier.

I'd recommend these if you've got the budget for it.

Similar Products Used:

X7 shifters

[Jan 23, 2011]
judyklien
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
Strength:

Looks nice
Crisp shifting

Weakness:

The aluminium levers on these shifters are flawed fundamentally. They bend too easily and break soon after that. Totally NOT SUITABLE for MTB - and I am only a weekend warrior from Singapore aka no-mountain country...

The shifter performs well, shifts crisply and generally looks bling.

However, with the kind of money going into each of these things, you would have thought that they last longer than 2 months.

I have moved on to a XO drivetrain from a XTR M975 set for about 6 months now. I am already into my 2nd (and potentially a 3rd set of right-hand-side shifter). The problem is I did not even suffer an epic crash but the right hand side lever seems to bend after rounds of "intense shifting" - if you can call mine that.

The first sign of fatigue is when the aluminum lever get stuck as you shift down to a looser gear at the back (because it got bent upwards and got stuck by the plastic downshift lever). Then after weeks of moving the lever back manually, part of the lever will begin to break. Which is also the time when you should change those levers unless you want to run the chance to be stuck with 2 gears up front when you are in the middle of an enduro ride....

Very disappointed. I wouldn't have bothered with the chillis but 1 chilli is the lowest I can give. IMO, they are worth less than that. oh yes, because most LBS 9even Sram Singapore distributor don't stock them and recommend you to change the entire set - yes, left and right)

Similar Products Used:

M975 XTR

[Nov 15, 2010]
racehorsetx
Racer

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
Weakness:

this is the worst design for cable changes ever.

Back to Shimano

[Aug 02, 2010]
dombonic
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

SRAM DUDE...Pls read below and HELP your loyal fans.

Weakness:

Changing the cables out can be a headache. SRAM...common guys, think about the shop wrench having to change these out in a hurry for a customer!!! Think about the weekend warrior at home on Friday night in his garage with a six pack getting ready for tomorrow's ride. Changing these cables out should be a one minute jobby. 1. Cables head is hidden under the spring 2. Having to pry the cable head out with a blunt object. 3. Routing the new cable through a 1mm glory hole at a 1/2" radius...This should-be one minute task just turned into an hour and SHIMANO has you beat right here. SRAM Engimneers>>>think of the users!!!!!

I will continue to use these shifters but I will search for the solution prior to backing out the fancy little "IMPULSE" carbon-plate keeper.

HELP: If you have rigging to make this a one minute jobby please share with me.

Similar Products Used:

XT, XTR

[Jul 26, 2010]
Reeper
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Crisp, clean shifts. Easy setup.

Weakness:

Price and the fact that you'll need a SRAM rear derailluer.

These shifters are bomb. Crisp, clean shifts and thumb-thumb is the way to go - steep leanring curve.

Similar Products Used:

Shimano SLX, XT

[Sep 15, 2009]
Spokaned
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Crisp shifting and light weight. Very adjustable too.

Weakness:

Expensive

Great stuff, well made, and great under pressure.

Similar Products Used:

XT combo brake/shifter lever. (They sucked).

[Jun 29, 2009]
plaggie
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

The price is steep for these pieces of (very) functional jewelry, but if you’re looking for the best feel on the market at the moment, they are worth every penny. The thumb-thumb style of shifting may not be your cup of tea, and that alone may keep you from considering them when the time comes to chose new pods. SRAM does almost everything right, but cable changes are a royal pain in the butt, and these pods won’t always mate up well with every kind of brake system.

Weakness:

None

Awesome

Similar Products Used:

XT/XTR

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