SRAM Force XG-1270 Cassette
Designed for the next generation of drivetrainsâ€”and the next generation of riders. The SRAM Force XG-1270 cassette is optimized for electronic shifting and features our X-Range gearing technology. Smooth, precise shifts, from 10T on up. 12-speed, 10-36 AXS wide gearing cassette.
Features at least five one-tooth jumps for a smoother gear progression
10-tooth start helps provide a wider gearing range
Designed to work with an XDR driver body
MINI CLUSTER construction reduces weight and increases durability
All Zipp wheels starting from 2012 are XDR ready
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Better spacing than RED plus larger cog
Santa Barbara, CA
I started with the SRAM RED 10-33 cassette and always found the 5 tooth jump from 33 to 28 baffling. A five tooth jump was becoming annoying as 33 was too large and 28 wasn't enough. Then I switched to this cassette in a 10-36. What a difference. The four largest gears have a four tooth jump which is much more tolerable. 24-28-32-36. So I basically get the previous cassette with an larger 36 cog.
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