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    E-13 9-50 coming soon............

    E*THIRTEEN Cassette TRS+ 12-speed 9-50 Teet
    Item no.:36129


    Product weight: 369g
    Manufacturer:
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    Quote Originally Posted by tom tom View Post
    E*THIRTEEN Cassette TRS+ 12-speed 9-50 Teet
    Item no.:36129


    Product weight: 369g
    Manufacturer:
    e*thirteen

    r2-bike.com


    https://r2-bike.com/ETHIRTEEN-Casset...eed-9-50-Teeth

    $400 USD for the cassette. $450 for an entire SRAM GX groupset including the 10-50t cassette...and yet $400 just for this one cassette lol. I think I'll stick with the 500% range for now...


    E * THIRTEEN cassette TRS + 12-speed | 9-50 teeth

    With its 556% bandwidth, the 12-speed cassette offers significantly more bandwidth than a SRAM Eagle cassette with less weight. So it is the perfect replacement for worn SRAM 12-speed cassettes. On top of that, you can use a smaller chainring and thus have more ground clearance and a lighter gear on the mountain to climb the steepest ramp.


    The most important features at a glance:
    - 556% bandwidth (SRAM Eagle 12-speed , 10-50 Z: 500% / Shimano XTR 12-speed , 10-51: 510%)
    - allows the use of a shorter chain and a smaller chainring compared to other 12-speed drives
    - by 2-part design aluminum and steel cluster separately exchangeable
    - faster gear changes to the larger sprockets thanks to optimized climbing aids
    - new fastening system with clamp eliminates the need for a proprietary tool


    Technical specifications:

    intended use : MTB from Tour to Downhill
    Material of the 2 large sprockets: aluminum
    Material of the 10 small sprockets: steel
    Technology: TRS +
    Switching stages: 12
    Grading: 9-11-13-15-17-20-23-27-32-37-43-50
    Translation bandwidth: 556%
    Compatibility freewheel: SRAM-XD freewheel
    Drive compatibility: SRAM 12-speed drives
    Limitation: "Out of the Box" not compatible with HOPE XD freewheels! To mount a shim is required which must be ordered directly from e * thirteen!
    Color: Black

    Weight according to manufacturer: 369g
    Weight weighed by yourself: ---


    Scope of delivery: 1 x cassette e * thirteen TRS + 12-speed | 9-50 teeth

    NOTE: The pictures show a cassette with 9-46 teeth.
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    So, when shimano finally releases xt 12 speed, I can keep the xd driver on my wheel set? That is awesome. (I think I may be a bit of an eThirteen fan boy.)

    Yes, I know we will be well into the next decade before the xt thing happens, but it will be nice when it does.

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    Closer to $285 USD........
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    oh 9t how un usable you are

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterman View Post
    oh 9t how un usable you are
    Yep ... the 9 to 10 gear is really kind of a waste with its 11% increase ... but 12 speeds are not needed, really, 11 or even 10 would be perfectly fine with a 500+ gear range. So even if you "loose" one gear it is ok ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by richj8990 View Post
    https://r2-bike.com/ETHIRTEEN-Casset...eed-9-50-Teeth

    $400 USD for the cassette. $450 for an entire SRAM GX groupset including the 10-50t cassette...and yet $400 just for this one cassette lol. I think I'll stick with the 500% range for now...


    E * THIRTEEN cassette TRS + 12-speed | 9-50 teeth

    With its 556% bandwidth, the 12-speed cassette offers significantly more bandwidth than a SRAM Eagle cassette with less weight. So it is the perfect replacement for worn SRAM 12-speed cassettes. On top of that, you can use a smaller chainring and thus have more ground clearance and a lighter gear on the mountain to climb the steepest ramp.


    The most important features at a glance:
    - 556% bandwidth (SRAM Eagle 12-speed , 10-50 Z: 500% / Shimano XTR 12-speed , 10-51: 510%)
    - allows the use of a shorter chain and a smaller chainring compared to other 12-speed drives
    - by 2-part design aluminum and steel cluster separately exchangeable
    - faster gear changes to the larger sprockets thanks to optimized climbing aids
    - new fastening system with clamp eliminates the need for a proprietary tool


    Technical specifications:

    intended use : MTB from Tour to Downhill
    Material of the 2 large sprockets: aluminum
    Material of the 10 small sprockets: steel
    Technology: TRS +
    Switching stages: 12
    Grading: 9-11-13-15-17-20-23-27-32-37-43-50
    Translation bandwidth: 556%
    Compatibility freewheel: SRAM-XD freewheel
    Drive compatibility: SRAM 12-speed drives
    Limitation: "Out of the Box" not compatible with HOPE XD freewheels! To mount a shim is required which must be ordered directly from e * thirteen!
    Color: Black

    Weight according to manufacturer: 369g
    Weight weighed by yourself: ---


    Scope of delivery: 1 x cassette e * thirteen TRS + 12-speed | 9-50 teeth

    NOTE: The pictures show a cassette with 9-46 teeth.
    XG-1299 cassette is over $400 and 297 Euro is $335 and their price includes 19% VAT which we wouldn't pay. So yea you're way off base.
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    E*THIRTEEN Cassette TRS+ 12-speed | 9-50 Teeth
    Item no.:36129
    Product weight: 369g
    Manufacturer: e*thirteen
    250,00

    250 eu is not $335
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    Hmmm let's see

    Normal Eagle X01 cassette:
    - 1 alloy cog, 11 steel cogs
    - 356g
    - 500% range
    - 285

    E13 cassette
    - 2 alloy cogs, 10 steel cogs
    - 369g
    - 555% range ( so 11% more than X01 Eagle )
    - 298
    - previous E13 cassettes known for being noisy, creeky, fast wear because of that pointless 9t cog which Sram and Shimano could do if they actually wanted to.
    - great and fast E13 service to replace their crappy products.

    Meh I will stay with Sram or Shimano cassettes.
    It's hard to count how many people who got YT bikes last year had so much problems with the E13 cassettes and droppers. ( german forum )

    In the end almost all sold it when e13 gave them yet another new replacement and switched to Sram Eagle or full XT/XTR

    But maybe this cassette ist better than their old ones.
    It looks like it's a single piece and not that weird 2 piece design.
    The full black color looks great.
    Time will tell if they got it right this time.

    I know that a lot of riders don't have any problems with theire e13 stuff.
    Sometimes it feels kinda like a lottery if you get a good new e13 part.
    My dropper post came with a hella a lot of side play and creaks like hell.
    I had cheap 80$ china droppers that weren't that bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom tom View Post
    E*THIRTEEN Cassette TRS+ 12-speed | 9-50 Teeth
    Item no.:36129
    Product weight: 369g
    Manufacturer: e*thirteen
    250,00

    250 eu is not $335
    Really! Hmm maybe that's why my post says 297 euro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davide View Post
    Yep ... the 9 to 10 gear is really kind of a waste with its 11% increase ..
    46 to 50 is only 8,7% increase.
    But no need of 9t either. Still nobody with affordable and robust 10-46 cassette up to today. SRAM has 11-48 with just 8 gears, who needs 12?

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