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Wide and wireless.
The convenience of wireless shifting and the necessity of having the right gear range come together in the SRAM Red eTap WiFLi Rear Derailleur. Its medium-length cage makes it compatible with cassettes with up at 32-tooth large cog so no hill goes unclimbed. Mechanically, all the SRAM Red perks are still there, including a carbon cage and ever smooth ceramic bearings. It pairs up wirelessly to SRAM eTap shifters using dedicated AIREA™ connectivity to give you a crisp, precise shifting with no cables involved.
Designed for SRAM PowerGlide™ and PowerdomeX™ 11-speed cassettes with up to a 32T large cog. Compatible with SRAM eTap wireless shifters only.
- Compatible with SRAM RED® eTap shift/brake controls
- SRAM 11-speed compatible, 28t maximum capacity
- WiFLi™ option fits up to 32t
- SRAM RED® eTap shifting logic
- Wireless connection via AIREA™ network for fast and clean installation
- Exact Actuation™ provides precise gear selections
- Designed to work with SRAM PowerGlide™ and PowerdomeX™ cassettes
- Claimed weight is 243 g with battery
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