XG-1295 vs XG-1299 XX1 Cassette vs XO1 Lighter is less expensive?- Mtbr.com
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    XG-1295 vs XG-1299 XX1 Cassette vs XO1 Lighter is less expensive?

    Does anyone know the exact specs on these cassettes? Is there any actual difference besides the color? Is the Gold just heavier and more expensive and that's all?

    Here is what I know:

    XX1 Eagle XG-1299 GOLD MSRP $428
    XO1 Eagle XG-1295 BLACK MSRP $367

    Bike rumor shows the weight of the XX1 cassette as 360 grams and the XO1 as 354 grams

    https://www.bikerumor.com/2016/03/24...ctual-weights/

    Anyone know more?

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    Seems accurate to what I have found. Within 5 grams +/- no matter what I read. MR T edition will cost you I guess.

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    1299/xx1 has a coating that’s suppose to make it last longer.

    Xo/1295 is about ten grams lighter

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    Just received x01 1295 today and 359g on my scale. Pd $298 with shipping at Bikeinn and showed up in socal a week later.
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