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Ceramic Speed
OSPW SRAM RED eTap 11-Speed

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The cage unleashed.

CeramicSpeed's Oversized Pulley System frees up to 40% of the friction in your SRAM eTap rear derailleur, leaving you with a savings of at least 1.6 watts. This incredibly smooth OSPW system was developed and handmade in Denmark using large 17T alloy pulley wheels that spin on ultra high-precision ceramic bearings. Every little bit counts when you're vying for the win, and CeramicSpeed makes sure nothing is left out on the road.


Details:

  • 17T alloy pulley wheels w/ ceramic bearings
  • Carbon-reinforced polyamide cage
  • Titanium mounting hardware
  • Handmade in Denmark
  • Efficiency claims verified by Friction Facts in Boulder, CO
  • 4 year warranty
  • Includes ceramic bearing oil and T6 installation wrench
  • Claimed weight is approximately 70 g
  • Compatible with 11-speed SRAM eTap only
Ceramic Speed OSPW SRAM RED eTap 11-Speed
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Ceramic Speed - Smooth like butter
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by Jenzar
Competitive Racer
Northern NJ

This reduced friction on ceramic speed is awesome. big thumbs up

Reviewed 1/4/2018
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Never again. too much for too little.
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by SF Rider
SW Florida
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

The part itself looks great and a lot of craftsmanship went into it, but I am embarrassed that I paid this much for a drivetrain component. Too little gain for the price.

Reviewed 2/19/2018
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