SUNRACE CSMX80 vs CSMX8 11 SPEED CASSETTE? black finish vs silver?- Mtbr.com
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    SUNRACE CSMX80 vs CSMX8 11 SPEED CASSETTE? black finish vs silver?

    anybody know the differences?

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    The one with the extra zero has one more alloy cog (the two biggest) and is about 50g lighter.

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    I think SunRace knows...feel free to compare specs and let us know. Thanks.

    SunRace | CSMX8

    SunRace | CSMX80

    (what velo said is part of it)
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    80 Saves 20g over the 8 11-46

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeamRWB View Post
    80 Saves 20g over the 8 11-46

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    You can save almost 100g if you get the 11-46t CSMX80 instead of the 11-50t CSMX8.

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    Thanks for the reply guys. By the way how about the difference between the two finishes is it just purely cosmetic? Or is there are some functional difference?

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    Just color. I have the black 11-46. Looks sharp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velodonata View Post
    You can save almost 100g if you get the 11-46t CSMX80 instead of the 11-50t CSMX8.
    I'm having a hard time finding a CSMX80 11-46 for sale.
    Anyone have a lead on one?
    I can easily source a CSMX8 11-46 but I'd like to find a CSMX80 if possible.

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    do you know if either of these will fit on an XD driver body? Thanks!

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    They do not. 11t small cog dictates that it fits the shimano hyperglide style freehub body

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    Thanks! I just found this new(er) cassette, which is an XD-specific 10-46 11 speed sunrace:

    https://www.universalcycles.com/shop...s.php?id=99272

    I just need to confirm my old(er) Sram X01 11 speed mech will work up to a 46. Universal Cycles "thinks so". thoughts?

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