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    A fresh coat of paint.

    You've ridden mid-range, workhorse componentry for years now, eschewing the latest and greatest for the pragmatic choice time and time again. If you're finally stepping up your drivetrain game, go all the way already and upgrade to Red. One of the defining members of the groupset, the resplendent XG-1190-A2 Cassette acts just as much as a work of art as it does a highly functioning member of your drivetrain, and it's been gifted with shiny new aesthetics this year to match the all new SRAM Red eTap components.

    Quiet and light are the defining features of the XG-1190, which SRAM achieves with its PowerdomeX construction and StealthRing elastomers that sit between each cog to eliminate noise. The technologies contribute to a quiet ride and clear, clean shifts that may leave you feeling like something is missing for your first few rides if you're used to clunks and jumps accompanying every shift. SRAM machines the entire piece for the utmost precision, with the middle nine cogs featuring a hollow construction to shave weight and further eliminate noise.

    If you want to follow SRAM's recommendations, pair the XG-1190 with the SRAM Red or PC-1170 chain, and use it with any SRAM componentry from Red eTap to Rival. Just don't try to pair an XG-1190 cassette wider than 11-28t with an eTap rear derailleur, as the two aren't compatible.

    • Nearly silent shifts and a featherweight, top-tier design
    • Elastomer rings between each cog dampen road noise
    • Hollow middle cogs shave weight and maintain stiffness
    • All-new aesthetics updated to match Red eTap
    • Item #SRM008S

    Tech Specs

    Cog Sizes
    11 - 25 t, 11 - 26 t, 11 - 28 t, 11 - 30 t, 11 - 32 t
    Cog Material
    high-grade tool steel, [lowest range cog] aluminum
    Claimed Weight
    [11-28t] 151 g
    Recommended Use
    cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    11-30 Hits the Sweet Spot

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm 190cm, 95kg, and living in the Pacific Northwest I hardly see a ride with less than 1,000m of climbing and some of the big days are 150-200km with 3,000-4,000 meters of climbing with grades up to 16% or so. I run a 50/34 up front but the 11-28 just wasn't enough and with SRAM RED22 eTap short cage going above a 28 wasn't an option. So I swapped out the short cage for a Ceramicspeed OPWS and went to the 11-30. This truly hits the sweet spot, the 30 is enough for 95% of the really steep stuff and the upper mid-range on the 11-30 let's me stay on the big ring for punchy stuff and mid-distance climbs where I would normally have had to drop down onto the small ring up front. So for me this is a much better match to my watt/kg power curve. The 11-30 gives nothing away on the "flats", I'm faster through the punchy stuff, and that 27, 30 is perfect for those long steep climbs.

    Used Properly, the 11-32 is a Weapon!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have an 11-32 WiFi Red Casette, and I love it. While it's not an ideal everyday cassette for me, it is perfect for more situations that I thought it would. I initially bought it to use with a CeramicSpeed OSPW set up for 150 mile ride with 12,000 feet of Cat 1 and 2 climbs. With this set up, you need every single link of chain that comes in a new Sram chain! While riding this set up on flatter terrain where I live, I found myself using my bike almost like a 1X, hardly ever using the inner ring to hammer up short, punchy climbs. Being able to use your big ring, (I have a 34) and not needing to double shift after smaller climbs is a HUGE bonus when it comes to regaining your momentum and gapping others.



    For a 32 tooth, it's quite light. Like my 11-28 Red cassette, it hasn't chewed up my freehub. Your friends might give you some crap about how big it looks, but you'll get the last laugh! Make sure you've got a medium cage or an OSPW set up and you'll be golden!

    Used Properly, the 11-32 is a Weapon!

    Better Than Previous Versions

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    With the Red Cassettes from SRAM we had noticed in the past that they did two things. Had a tendency to wear out relatively quickly, and were incredibly noisy. With the newest version of their red carpet cassette they have eliminated both of these issues. The 1190 offers a very smooth transition between cogs when shifting, and all the while being significantly less vocal during the process. The longevity I have noticed to be fantastic so far as well, granted we're only half way through a year into the rides. If you're looking for the place to shave grams while allowing your bike to be as precise as possible, this is the way to go!

    11-30 on Etap short cage yes

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Depending on your hanger you can use an 11-30 on sram etap short cage, I just put the red 11-30 on my Cervelo R3 and it works fine.

    Just triple checking that an 11-28t XG-1190 cassette is compatible etap. Can you confirm before I order.