Beautiful gears, man! I'd love to see them (preferably on my own bike) with a gold KMC chain. If you're looking for test riders, where do I apply?
Same here. I had 8 speed Quartz shifters, and they were truly terrible. The shifting effort got to be near-impossible, and they were the reason I went to Sram 9.0sl shifters. Seven years later I still use those 9.0sl shifters on a regular basis. Just put two hours in on them today in fact. I've gone through two pairs of grips, and a few indicator housings, but otherwise they perform as new.EuroMack said:I upgraded to SRAM 9.0SL shifters and rear mech, and they performed and felt much better. In fact, the shifters are working great 8 years later, even with worn out rear mech.
nino said:i finally got my new prototypes today. here's some pictures on my scale:
11-32 : 180g
11-32 including aluminium lockring: 184g
11-34 : 194g
11-34 including aluminium lockring: 198g
Don't want to start a war with this is better than that...however I thought this was a weight (or lack thereof) forum.EuroMack said:Yes.
Ti is heavier and lasts longer than aluminum. Nino's cassette is ti. Token is aluminum.
i don't care about aluminium cassettes at all ! those "Token" are similar or the same than the KCNC and are out of aluminium regardless of what aluminium they use...it will still wear waaaay faster than titanium! only the 2 smallest cogs are Ti. i have the KCNC here in all sizes. i know what they weigh and i know what they are going to be able to do on the trails as wellraceer2 said:Am I missing something?
This is waaaay heavier than the new token cassette at 150g