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  • One Color, 11 25 ($239.95)
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Item # SRM0505

Crisp, quiet shifting awaits you.

Virtually silent compared to the discordant reverberation produced by SRAM's original Red Cassette, the SRAM XG-1190 Cassette is engineered to complement SRAM's Red 22 groupset. Its StealthRing elastomers fitted between each cog eliminate the harsh drivetrain noise found on the previous incarnation, absorbing excess chatter by dampening chain vibration.

This beautiful crafted cassette uses heat-treated, high-grade tool steel for its middle nine cogs. Two machined aluminum cogs are placed at the upper and lower gears, with the largest cog featuring a machined backplate to increase stiffness and strength when you're punching up steep grades. Note that this cassette only fits 11-speed compatible hub/freehub bodies, and SRAM recommends pairing with its PC-RED 22 chain for optimal shifting and reduced drivetrain noise.

  • Heat-treated, high-grade tool steel (middle 9 cogs)
  • Machined aluminum cogs (largest, smallest cogs)
  • StealthRing elastomers fitted between each cog
  • X-Glide cassette teeth

Tech Specs

Cog Sizes:
11 - 25 t, 11 - 26 t, 11 - 28 t
Cog Material:
high-grade tool steel
Hub Type:
Shimano or SRAM compatible
Actual Weight:
One Color, 11 25: 151g One Color, 11 26: 151g One Color, 11 28: 151g
Recommended Use:
road racing
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Unanswered Question

Any experience with the long term durability of the 28t aluminum cog? Are the aluminum cogs replaceable? I use a 11-28t due to numerous hills and spend a good amount of time on the 28t.

Is this Cassette compatible with the new Dura Ace group? Im thinking going to the 11-30 SRAM cassette as Dura Ace only gets to 11-28, I hear the Short cage Dura Ace can handle the 30. Would you recommend this set up?

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No I would not. DA only makes a short cage rear derailleur - which is only mean to handle a max of 27 tooth rear cassette. I would not run larger than this for a short cage rear derailleur. Contact me at gmcbride@backcountry.com and I can help further.

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Feather light, stealthy quiet, beautifully cut high-grade tool steel and crisp, consistent shifts under power...this is a piece of high performing drivetrain art.

what are the gear/cog numbers for the 11-32?

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11-32: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,22,25,28,32

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I swapped two bikes to the newest SRAM Red 10-speed last year (Why have you forsaken me SRAM?!) and couldn't be happier with the performance. The new group is well thought out but the front derailleur and cassette are the stand outs of the litter.

The way the first generation "powerdome" cassette was engineered made it a defacto drum and the level of noise produced could be disarming to you and other riders. SRAM went out of their way to make this the quietest cassette known and it is. I love hearing the wurr of a well oiled chain and now I can.