E*thirteen TRS+ first ride and installation

E*thirteen TRS+ first ride and installation

If you've got an 11-speed drivetrain but you're hankering after a 12-speed setup and don't want to commit to a whole new groupset, this retrofit solution from e*thirteen might be just the ticket. Best mountain bikes: the ultimate buyer's guide Unsurprisingly, springs make terrible frame tubes The kit comprises of a 12-speed cassette plus a few additional components to upgrade your SRAM 11-speed shifter and derailleur. It's compatible with SRAM 11-speed GX shifters and up, so it won't work with NX. You can also use this cassette with 12-speed setups from Shimano and SRAM. With a 9t to 46t range, which works out at 511%, compared to 510% on the Shimano 12-speed cassette. It's not a lot more, but it is more. It also scores well on the scales, coming in at 347g. For comparison, SRAM XX1 weighs 360g, and SRAM GX comes in at 447g. The kit costs $299 ...

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