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I just picked up a Cervelo RS frameset and was going to pull the 6600 group off of my Scott Speedster S1 and put it on the RS... the 6600 doesn't have a whole lot of miles on it... was thinking of maybe going with 2010 Sram Force instead... other than weight savings, would I gain any other advantage by making the switch... thanks.
 

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I just picked up a Cervelo RS frameset and was going to pull the 6600 group off of my Scott Speedster S1 and put it on the RS... the 6600 doesn't have a whole lot of miles on it... was thinking of maybe going with 2010 Sram Force instead... other than weight savings, would I gain any other advantage by making the switch... thanks.
Other than weight savings, the only real performance advantage I could see is if you prefer the ergonomics of SRAM hoods/levers/doubletap better. (You also have more options when routing shifter cables with SRAM, but this doesn't make much of a difference in my experience)

More comfort is always a good thing, it's just a matter of your preferences.
 
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