The Force brakes provide superior braking action. Dual Pivot design and a proprietary pad compound, stops in all conditions. Built with Cold Forged arms and Titanium pivot bolts and hardware. Sleek design and light weight. Shipped as a set, front and
Strengths: power, price, as good as the same design Red calipers
Weaknesses: color, hard to clean, heavy?
These are a deal compared to the similarly designed Red calipers, which are only lighter because of titanium hardware - braking performance is the same. I just wish they made a darker color scheme option. For the price though, they are a great bargain. Lighter than similar Shimano brakes and stop just fine.
I know they are advertising the 2013 Force levers with having the zero-loss on both left and right shifters like the older Red, but do they still have the old Force internals or upgraded Red internals? Anybody look inside one yet?Read More »
[I](note - already posted this in the SRAM forum, but haven't gotten any responses, so now posting here.)[/I]
Finally replaced my broken SRAM Force (10) rear shifter with a brand new 2012 SRAM Red shifter (non-ergo) and am not quite sure what's going on with it. The shifter works fine shifting f ... Read More »
Does Sram Force 22 Yaw Front Derailleur work properly as designed with shimano Dura Ace shifters?
And does it it have a high and low bolt hole; to mount it lower on the braze on?
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I had set an high goal of running my mile and a half in the nine minute range. Didn't get there.
On the plus side I took two inches off my waist the last year, lost another ten pounds, and still managed a 10:20 mile and a half .
Not to bad for turning 45. But I'm going to redo test in April, an ... Read More »
I have a 2011 Scott CR1 Team with 105 cranks. I would like to get a Force BB30 crank. The CR1 has an internal Shamano BB7141 bottom bracket. Will the Rival with a new BB30 bottom bracket fit? the Sram version of the CR1 has BB30 so I am assuming it will work. Am I missing something? Thanks.Read More »