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e*thirteen components TRS Plus 11-Speed Cassette

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    Go big.

    When you bought your stock enduro rig a couple of years ago, you had no idea how big cassettes and gear ranges were about to get. If you're looking for an after-market option that'll expand your shifting options without requiring you to buy a new drivetrain, take a look at e*thirteen components' TRS Plus 11-Speed Cassette. With a whopping 9-46 tooth span — yes, that includes a rare 9-tooth cog — this behemoth cassette will give you miracle gears when you ask for them and the chance to accelerate hard into a descent, if your legs can keep up. Plus, it comes set up for an XD Driver body, so it's easy to swap between your quiver of bikes or to a future upgrade.

    • Upgrade your shifting with this expansive new cassette
    • Huge 511% gear range gives you more options for more terrain
    • Durable aluminum and steel cogs can take trail abuse
    • Replacement cogs sold in small groups for inexpensive repairs
    • Mounts to XD Driver bodies for quick swaps
    • Compatible with Shimano/SRAM 11-speed drivetrains
    • Item #ETR000L

    Tech Specs

    Cog Sizes
    9 - 46t
    Cog Material
    aluminum, heat-treated steel
    Hub Type
    XD Driver body
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    cross-country, downhill, enduro, mud/sand/snow, trail
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years

    Tech Specs

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    Crisp shifting and endless gears

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I replaced the Sram GX 10-42 cassette with the E13 and the difference is shocking. The E13 shifts smoother and crisper, and the gear range is amazing, allowing the fastest of pedaling on the downhills, and the 46 tooth granny for climbing. I will be putting these on my other bikes replacing the lackluster Sram cassettes.

    Range for the rest of us

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Eagle sounds great on paper, then you realize you need a whole new drive train to make it work. That's $500 for a new cassette, derailleur, crank, and chain. Enter the TRS+, now with TRS Race range it easily matches the capability of Eagle. I have ridden it for the past two weeks and cleaned climbs I couldn't quite get with my 10-42t, sustained 16% grade trails with rocky climbs. 10% more range on both sides compared to 10-42t, yes please. So far I have put 60 miles on it and it has been a lot of climbing fun, and a little less spinning out on the descents.

    Good not great

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this last season and have put considerable miles on it. Initial impressions were great—light, easy set-up, well made, and it looks awesome. The riding where I live is steep, so I love the 44t and rarely use the bottom range. However, the 9t on the low end definitely gives the pedal stroke a rough feel—almost like the cog is a hexagon instead of a circle. The only other critique I have is that you really need to stay on top of replacing your shifter cable. After a very minute amount of stretch, the shifting gets a little less reliable. I had an 11spd SRAM cassette prior and that seemed to be a lot more reliable and less sensitive. I don't know if it has something to do with the spacing of the cogs and if e13 didn't get the 1:1 ratio exactly right or what. All in all a solid component, although for the price it seems like sticking with SRAM may be a better way to go.

    who needs eagle?

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    so far so good with this cassette. Its amazing how different my bike climbs with the extra gearing. Installing this on a sram freehub body, and drivetrain was easy. I have a medium cage derailleur which doesn't have any problems getting around that 44t cog. As long as this holds up it is my solution to climbing but not running out of gears on the DH. I am only a few weeks into using it so feel free to reach out with questions and i will update this if anything changes .

    Unanswered Question

    You are showing a claimed weight of 339g but an actual weight of 707g??? That can’t be correct- please advise