11- and 12-speed drivetrains require precise shifter actuation, and Jagwire's Elite Ultra-Slick Derailleur Cables provide the friction-free performance you need. By using a highly-polished, pre-stretched, stainless-steel cable, the STS-EL cables move freely and easily within the housing of your choice, and because they're not coated, there's nothing to flake off, deteriorate, or otherwise muck up your crisp, smooth shifting.
2300 mm length. SRAM/Shimano cable end.
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New cables are always nice but these seem smoother than stock Shimano cables and they definitely last longer. I had about 3000 miles on the rear derailleur cable and thought it was getting frayed since my downshifting was sluggish but it turns out the new cassette I installed was apparently a different width - I went from 11-30 to 11-32. The cable still looked like it was in good shape, not sure how much longer it would have lasted but the Shimano cables typically last about 3K it seems so I'm impressed with these, I feel like paying the few extra dollars is worth it.
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