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GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette

SRAM constructed its GX XG-1150 11-speed Cassette with the wide, 10-42t gear range, which is one of the widest out of any of its competitors — ensuring you can pedal up, and down, just about anything. In fact, the XG-1150 uses the same gear range as SRAM's higher-end offerings and uses a similar open, debris-clearing design for reliability in wet, muddy conditions. Though it closely resembles SRAM's premium X1 cassette, the XG-1150 costs less than half of its look-alike sibling due to its chromoly steel construction, and it's held together solidly using SRAM's Full Pin system: 11 cogs attached to one another with 123 stainless steel pins.


  • Affordable 11-speed cassette inspired by SRAM's top-tier designs
  • Durable steel construction prepared for spills and sends
  • Huge gear range provides a cog for every terrain type
  • Built to shed mud and function consistently through mud
  • Item #SRM007C
Cog Sizes
10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, 24, 28, 32, 36, 42t
Cog Material
chromoloy steel
Freehub Type
Carrier Material
stainless steel
Claimed Weight
8.7oz (246.6g)
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
mountain biking

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

March 20, 2024

Good, but incorrect weight

I've used it several times

This will be my second time using one of these cassettes. The old one lasted a good long, time so that is a huge plus, but the listed weight of 246g is waaaay off. I weighed it at home and it comes in at 401g. I’d probably buy it again for the longevity and price, but don’t think it’s a featherweight component.

Max S

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com