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Usually despatched within 2 weeks.
Average connection time 25 secs
The PG 1070 Cassette’s semi-spidered design maintains a high level of shifting performance with a matched cassette/chain combination that runs near silent. To help you in the toughest climbs it is now available in the new 11-32 ratio.
SRAM's WiFLi™ technology accommodates a wider range of gears than a standard short-cage road derailleur. Compared to a triple chainring setup, it provides faster shifts and significant weight savings.
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Fitted this cassette to a highend roadbike but after a few weeks noticed that a loud clicking had developed whilst climbing but only in the 21 and 24 cog! spent many hours eliminating all other possibilties before returning the cassette for inspection by probike/sram, eventually a new replacement was sent but although no report was provided by sram as to a possible defect i believe that the cassette spider rivetting was faulty/loose?
Find the 1070 the perfect solution Performance vs price
Being used for Sram drive train 10 Using the driveline junginde When you run the 36km ~ 40km something always fell short of a sensation So I chose a product that is 16t Jing gave me a better ratio
Bought to replace heavy and steppy original fit climbing cassette .i can feel the weight saving and the bit of added punch it seems to add to the wheelwhen shifting .bought the 25/12 caters for most situations around my way nothing super steep or long and now the gaps in shift are small the extra low gears shaving good time with little or no extra effort
I have this installed on my ZIPP 404 wheels and after a few hundred miles it's still going strong. It is about 50g lighter than my PG 1050 but 60g heavier than the flagship OG 1090 model (XG1090 is even more lighter but costs upwards of $350USD). For the price this is the best bang for your buck in the SRAM line up!
I have one of these cassettes on my road bike, and I have purchased another for my tri bike. I bought the 11-26, and have really liked the gear ratio, as it offers speed for the downhills, and good options for climbing(couldn't find the 11-26 ratio in another cassette) . PBK has the best price around, good deal for a great cassette.
Yes a little heavier than the Red (1090) cassette but quieter and cheaper in price... there's many more ratio choices when buying this cassette and it looks good also..I believe everyone must own this cassette on their training wheel set
The PG-1070 cassette offers very good value. It is cheaper, easier to clean, and quieter than the more expensive 1090 (Red) cassette.
I prefer the 1090 for my race bike but for the price this is what I use on all my other bikes. Good quality for the price and I prefer these over Shimano.
Specifically purchased a 12-27 for some climbing rides. The cassette worked really well with an all shimano dura-ace set up. Shifting was always responsive. On paper its a little heavy, but its a great value considering cassettes have a limited life span.