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The SRAM Force Front Derailleur achieves the critical balance between positive down-shifts and light-action up-shifts.
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I installed a mix and match Sram Force and Red group on my 2nd bike (main bike uses all Campy). Word is that the Red version of the Front Der is weak and doesn't shift great. I can report that the Force version is AWESOME. While different, I really love the Sram stuff. The shifting is positive and inspires confidence. When my Campy stuff wears out - I'll be going with Sram on the other bike, as well.
I had the SRAM Red front D on my bike for about 6 months. I have Rotor Q rings and the change with the Red front D was terrible. I'd be lucky to get a clean change every 5th attempt. The titanium just wasn't strong enough.
With the stronger steal SRAM Force front D I can now change my chainrings with absolute confidence. Crisp and clean and hits the marks everytime, well almost everytime. I'd strongly recommend the SRAM Force over the SRAM Red for the 2011 range.
I used this Force FD in place of my Red FD in my Sram Red groupset because its cage doesn't flex. In comparison, the Titanium Red derailleur flexes noticeably. If durability is your priority concern, I recommend using this model over the more exotic Red older brother.