What the heck! Endurip Aug 11, at Update: After being contacted by E thirteen I will receive a new 12 s cassette from them, and they'll look into my dropper post again.
That is some amazing customer service! It uses the pinch bolt design instead of the lock ring. Their components were key in hitting my goals for weight and gear range on this bike. Accomplishing a weight of What did you do, not include a seat post and saddle? SoDiezl Aug 9, at Then I realized my luggage scale was reading 3lbs too low and now the bike feels so heavy! It's definitely possible. He even has scale shots. With logos etched by frickin' sharks with frickin' lasers!
The first 10 gears are steel with last being aluminum, and the last aluminum is also a pinch bolt now. Been on one now for about a month with a GX derailleur and X01 12 speed Eagle chain and has been working great. I would say shifting almost as good as GX cassette maybe just a tad slower and does not drop chain on back pedaling. FredrikWestman Aug 9, at Shimano XT e13 vs Shimano which has a slightly too big jump. You're absolutely correct and we appreciate the input.
Gotcha let me run right out and buy one lol. No brainer when you put it that way. Only slight edit I would make Richt Aug 9, at I have to regulary take it all apart, grease where the the 2 cassette parts meet and re-assemble. Once the grease disapates, I have to do it again. However other than the extra maintenance, mine is 18 months old and works like the day it was new.
Stanley-w Aug 9, at I think they have a re-released version of 11 speed, with improvements addressing this issue? Hey Richtif you have any questions please shoot us a DM, but those issues were resolved in a future generation of TRS cassettes. However, we can give you some advice on making it much more silent if you shoot us a direct message.
NoriDori Aug 9, at A cassette for bucks - jepp that is what I've been waiting for. Seriously thouhg - as long as I can I will stick with a front derailler and a light cassette less than grams for 40 bucks!! NotNamed Aug 9, at Thats why I bought the Deore der. The E. Nothing else really comes close in that price range. Ttimer Aug 9, at To be fair, the wide-range, high-end cassettes from Sram and Shimano last fairly long.
Probably due to the large cogs. Not sure about the e13 one specifically, though. DavidGuerra Aug 9, at Ttimer : Mine seems to last two chains. Can't get a third new one now, without it jumping off the smaller cogs.
Didn't keep each chain too long either. The cassettes are just too expensive - they cost 10x more than a 10speed. Must be too flat round here. I've never felt I've needed anything lower than 32x42t. Balgaroth Aug 9, at It also depends on your wheels size. Depends on your climbing style. If you are a masher you need a lot less gear range than if you are a spinner. Might need replacement hardware in the knees sooner, though.
I was in the same boat. Then I visited BC for the first time. Started the ride with a long fire-road climb that felt pretty normal and was happy in my normal gear range.
But after 20 minutes I realized I needed to slow down a bit lighten the gearing. That's when I realized that the extremely low gears are more about long, steady grinder climbs than it is about having an easy enough gear for short climbs on the trail. Raytruant Aug 9, at My old Shimano speed only left me a bit wishing on the smaller gears, and my new bike came with GX Eagle and I have absolutely no complaints about the range. This just feels like a solution to a nonexisting problem.
Did you miss Sram cassettes? That shift like crap to make it better? Demoguy Aug 9, at Manufacturers don't really care about what consumers want. Consumers seem to think this is some kind ask and they make it happen kinda deal. They are there to develop the product they think you want because you don't even know what's coming next. This whole solution to no problem line is so long in the tooth now. WAKIdesigns : cough cough youtu.
Their cassette made sense at least on paper when all that you could get from Sram was a This cassette seems pointless as it costs nearly as much as an x01, shifts worse, has half the range advantage, and most of all doesn't provide a lower gear like the previous version. Not to mention even better 12sp xtr. My wives Sunrace cassette shifts better than my X Upduro SoDiezl I understand how it can be a little confusing. It falls within our lineup of 12 speed cassettes and makes a little more sense when viewed that way.
The is better suited for people who are looking for more range than Eagle, a differentiating factor, or are out to save a little money. Comes with this cassette, chain, and ball bearing shifter upgrade along with other bits.
I didn't need 12 speed but it was cheaper and nicer than any other cassette near that price including the individual ethirteen cassette. Plus it turned my GX shifter closer to a XO shifter with the plastic to ball bearing upgrade. Only complaint was the kit needed one additional washer which ethirteen sent me.
It's been running great since then. WAKIdesigns : success I have made the fanboy cry. Enjoy gouging out your freehub with your cheap pressed steel sprockets and smashing your knee of your stem whenever you change down a gear as I pedal of into the sunset shifting flawlessly savouring my victory. Sram is going to lose the one thing it has. It's easy to have a leigon of fanbois when you are the only game to n town.
Slx and xt 12 speed over any eagle including xx1. Start talking xtr and you might as well drop your head turn and walk away. But the shifting quality is sublime under power it's no comparison. At least not when it comes to cassettes. Then I changed to 11sp Shimano. The XT cassette was shifting well but backpedaling chain dropping was a disaster. Bought XTR. Got better. Then I wanted a bit more range than and a thought that Sram is a but lighter.
So I bought a barely used X This is where my problem with Sram started. Full disclosure I'm happy with the range. Good product! IllestT Aug 9, at Heavier cassettes with gears that'll never get used.
I'm in. CS Aug 9, at I just bought a Sunrace t for 85,. The sun race is a fantastic cassette for the price. Its super light has great gear spacing, and shifts like crap my hangar is Nothing - Nuctemeron (5) - Babyhood of Hell (Cassette) bit bent and my 10 speed derailleur is 9 years old. This tight spacing only matters if your climbs are IMBA certified to never have any variation in climbing pitch and have to be weekly smoothed out to be as rough as a new driveway.
That way you can pick your perfect gear and spin like you're on a road bike. I'm super excited for the box prime 9! SunsPSD Aug 9, at Underrated comment, imba can pound sand. E-Thirteen went out of their way to get me sorted-Fantastic customer service!!! I swear I have broken my wheels numerous times smashing them on rocks and they just keep taking the hits. I often discuss this with folks that say they will never ride carbon, those impacts would have easily been new aluminum rims.
Honestly I just want someone to make an XO or XT level 10 spd set up with a cassette under gm. Take what we've learned for manufacturing and build quality and apply it back to 10spd, which I still think shifts better longer than anything else. I'll go ride my single speed now I think Seth announced a new Box cassette that was but only 8 speed. I would be VERY interested in demoing that! Big range, durable, not heavy and not expensive. Mondbiker Aug 10, at Does a derailleur know what brand of cassette it is shifting across?
And does it know the size of said cassette? What else is there that causes this non-compatibility? I think they're referring to the fact it's not available for Shimano hubs. I think what is being asked is about cross compatibility. I'm not sure how the new 12 speed would be.
In theory, a shifters pull on the derailleur should match the spacing between cassette cogs it's designed for But we're taking fractions of MMs.
You could get it to work, I'm sure, but it wouldn't be optimal, and you'd probably lose shifting quality at one end or the other as you try to get optimal shifting.
I know for speed, one can mix and match cassettes. I thought this was the same situation for speed but I could be wrong. If so, I can't see any reason why you couldn't run one of these cassettes, on an XD freehub of course, with a Shimano mech and shifter. That is, unless they are saying the new Shimano speed has to be used with a Shimano chain.
I am just interested to know the specifics of the non-compatibility mentioned in the article. I don't know for this one but Hope cassettes have the same compability issues with Shimano, although not formally adressed by Hope. Despite the good reviews I never could get a clean shifting with a shimano xt and so did two accointances with XTR, untill I realized they were all tested with Sram mech.
I dunno why but Shimano doesn't seem to work with every cassettes indeed. They mean XD only no micro spline version but you can run it with the new shimano 12 speed chain and mechs.
Isn't the main selling point of Shimano 12sp that it has shift ramps in both directions which require Shimano proprietary cassette, Nothing - Nuctemeron (5) - Babyhood of Hell (Cassette), chainring, and chain? The e13 definitely doesn't fit on microspline and probably won't work with a Shimano 12ap directional chain.
Marcencinitas Aug 9, at The 12sp shimano chain is pretty different that any thing else out there and the cassette spacing might be a bit different. Ether way your getting a chain that works. Bmontgomery87 Aug 9, at Everything e13 makes seems to fail early. My tues has a wheel set with a crappy free hub that stopped spinning. Their tires last about six rides before needing to be replaced. Been wonder that for a while.
Civicowner Aug 12, at Thats the only reason they still exist. DrPete Oct 18, at Sorry, but the claim about the tires is pure unadulterated BS. No matter what the cassette, pedalling hard in 11t or smaller cog gives me the heeby jeebies and the notch out of my knee cap back of the stem from last time I did it on rough terrain is a good reminder that it is a bad idea Between chainline, amount of chain wrap, amount of teeth engaged, the speed you're at if in those gears I've had 2 e13 cassettes Nothing - Nuctemeron (5) - Babyhood of Hell (Cassette) 2 different bikes.
One has been great for a quite a while now. The other not so much. The middle of the range was all funky. Its not on my sons bike and he's complaining about it too. I welcome the Nothing - Nuctemeron (5) - Babyhood of Hell (Cassette) and root for them, but hopefully the build quality is more consistent on these? My E13 cassette that came stock with my bike lasted less than one season.
Sprint gears rounded over and chain would skip under load. Replaced with SRAM and very happy. In 2nd seasons of hard riding and still performing perfectly.
Too expensive. Huge bummer that these only work with an xD driver, because replacing the boat anchor of the NX cassettes seems to me to be the ideal use case for these. If you're already on a GX cassette, unless you need to replace it, it doesn't seem like you gain much. Another nice feature is that they don't use the tiny threads the std SRAM cassettes use. I definitely stripped some of mine on a brand new hub, so depending on how bad they are stripped this may be a good option when it times come to replace my cassette without replacing the hub driver.
TRS has exceptional customer service and always sent a replacement right out, but after my 3rd one in 2 months I sold it off and have been on the same Eagle cassette for the 2 years since. I did find it annoying that the TRS rep would always say "Huh, never seen this problem before I wonder if you chain was worn? If so you would just be chasing your tail and the same thing would keep happening even thought the cassette is new.
When I start with a fresh chain and cassette the aluminum piece lasts for a very long time and I still haven't worn out the steel part. Being able to change just the aluminum piece has been awesome. And I then swapped brands of chain when chasing down this problem. And my friends also killed theirs in short order. I then used that 2nd chain on a new Eagle for over a year with no problems.
It was the TRS cassette. My question is, what if we went to say an t setup? The only downside I see would be faster wear, but we could go back to 10 speed and make it burlier and longer-lasting. This is keyboard warrior culture at it's finest.
It's fair for people to have an opinion on a product but the fact that everyone's just bashing it and writing it off is classic Pinkbike. Everyone needs to think about their own needs and their own riding more, and less about what some lifeless troll thinks who rides a Nishiki that they found on the side of the road.
If you feel like you need more range on your bike and you're running 12 speed, I think this makes sense. Paired with a 30t Absolute Black oval ring on my I went through 2 cassettes in a season when I switched back to GX cassette. But if you do just a few km per year, why not. I find their products do not last, my e13 LG1 rear wheel was trashed after half a season at Whistler Bike Park and I do not run low pressure however I'm lb before wearing gear so maybe the rim just cannot withstand heavier riders.
My e13 PF30 BB also needed to be replaced after 1 season since it was badly corroded inside. I was shocked to discover so much dirt had collected in the BB which destroyed the bearings because the sealing is very poor and I rode only 2 rainy days the entire season.
DavidofTheDirt Aug 9, at I've tried to fix this problem and it always comes back, i just switched to full Sram, flawless. I'm still on an 9s cassette and don't even use all of it.
Hmmmm, maybe try playing with the limit screws on your derailleur. That might fix your problem. SoDiezl : You sure? I'm not a mechanic. SoDiezl : Lolz. I've never had a component on a bike I've hated more than my e13 cassette.
Shifting issues galore. Threw a shitty GX on there and my bike has never shifted better. Never again e Would rather try a Garburuk a million times over. Me and my 3 friends are all on the cassette with zero issues and on 3 different bike brands There has to be more to your problem than just the cassette. This is on a stock bike. Things I've done: 1 Started with driveline issues, moved spacers on Race Face cranks all sorts of around.
No improvement. Backpedal all I want, shifts beautifully. That's it, has to be the cassette. It's the cassette, it's crap, and I'm not the only one. It also comes with a massive wobble due to the nature of the pinch bolt system. Nice work on the t25 Seatpost head bolts too. MtbSince84 Aug 9, at Good article. But, the, gearing, typography, is-pretty-messed-up. Oh, and it also shifts worse. Maybe they're counting on YT speccing it on all of their bikes?
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