SRAM Red Rear Derailleur

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $359.00

Product Description

SRAM Red Rear Derailleur is lighter and has smoother shifting than the competition. Exact-Actuation technology gives a faster more precise shifting thru all the shifting range. Carbon Fiber outer cage and Magnesium inner link provide strength and light

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by ejprez a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: January 9, 2008

Strengths:    Shifts great with the Red Shifters, and ceramic pulleys, and the lighest rear derailleur you can get.

Weaknesses:    Expensive.

Bottom Line:   
Well I don't know what else to say about this rear derailleur, it works as good as my previous forc. But it does look a whole hell of a lot cooler. Plus the Ceramic Bearings are a definate nice touch. When it comes to bearings, Bottom brackets are standard, Wheels get ceramic hybrid, and rear derailleur pulleys get ceramic hybrid to full ceramic. Why? Because they have the highest RPM.

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Favorite Ride: Wednesday Night Ride

Price Paid:    $275.00

Purchased At:   Countrysidecycling.c

Similar Products Used:   Ultgrea 9, 105 and Dura ace 10, Sram Force, Sram X.0, XTR.

Bike Setup:   Fuji SL-1, Sram Red, Ksyrium Elites and Zipp 404s, Ritchey 4 axis stem, Fsa K-force carbon bar, Arione Saddle, Dura ace pedals.

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