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SRAM XG-1150 11 Speed Cassette

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Product Description

Full Pin™ technology uses eleven lightweight, stamped steel cogs held together with 123 high-strength stainless steel pins. The result: a cassette that’s light, durable and equipped with SRAM’s super wide 10-42t gear range that’s a perfect fit for any ride. The open design similar to our X-DOME™ cassette aids in mud clearance, giving you cleaner shifting performance and longer component life.

Key Features:
  • Full Pin™ technology uses eleven lightweight, stamped steel cogs held together with 123 high-strength stainless steel pins
  • Super wide 10-42t gear range—a perfect fit for any ride
  • Optimized gear steps across entire range
  • Open design aids in mud clearance
  • XD™ driver body creates more stable hub connection

SRAM XG-1150 11 Speed Cassette Reviews

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Game changer

This is the first time I have gone on to a 1x11. What a difference it will make to your riding. The granny ring will cope easily with the steepest of climbs. The small cog is fast enough for the flats. Link it with the trigger, it is an awesome bit of kit. Do the upgrade!

This is the first time I have gone on to a 1x11. What a difference it will make to your riding. The granny ring will cope easily with the steepest of climbs. The small cog is fast enough for the flats. Link it with the trigger, it is an awesome bit of kit. Do the upgrade!

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Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5

Casettes Guide

What are cassettes?

A bike cassette is the cluster of rear gear cogs attached to the rear wheel.

Who needs a cassette?

Any conventional derailleur-geared bike has a cassette, whether it’s a road bike, a mountain bike or a hybrid. The alternatives are a singlespeed or a hub gear on the rear wheel.

What are the choices?

The main difference between cassettes is the number and size of gear cogs on them. Seven, eight, nine, 10 and 11-speed are the most common.

What should I buy with them?

If you’re replacing your cassette, sometimes you have to replace other parts of your drive train such as your chain or chainrings. This is because they wear evenly together.

Anything else?

With some cassettes you don’t need to replace the whole unit. Instead, just part of the cluster is detachable, so you only swap out the most worn cogs.

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