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SRAM XG1195 11 Speed MTB Cassette

Boasting a range of 10- to 42-teeth, the 11-speed X-DOME™ gives you total freedom while keeping the steps even. And, combined with the XD driver body, it connects to the wheel like nothing before.

  • Unique finish for high durability
  • 11-speeds (10-12-14-16-18-21-24-28-32-36-42)
  • XD™ Driver Body creates more stable hub connection
  • Optimized gear steps across entyre range

Specifications:

  • Technology Highlight: X-DOME
  • Weight: 275g
  • Material: 4130 chromoly steel (cog cluster), AL-7075-T6 (largest cog)
  • Gear Ratios: 10-12-14-16-18-21-24-28-32-36-42
  • Speeds: 11-speed
  • Recommended Chain: PC-XX1
  • Recommended Group: X01, XX1
  • Compatibility: PC-XX1 Chain, XD Driver Body

Buy SRAM XG1195 11 Speed MTB Cassette from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Black
  • Teeth: 10-42t
  • Speed: 11 Speed
 
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brilliant Changing all my bikes to 1 x 11 Excellent quality but very expensive 25 August 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Under-developed Yes, it's light, yes the body is very well made and 11 speed is indeed a game changer - I thoroughly recommend 1x11. However, SRAM made it specifically clear in the media that the reason for the delay in releasing the cheaper X01 was because they were struggling to find a suitably hard coating for the cassette that was cheaper but as nearly effective as that used on the XX1. So after 1 month of mixed UK riding, the coating wore off and I have discovered that they have used a cheap anodising, and now the steel is exposed and the coating is worthless. SRAM and CRC will, unreasonably, not warranty this item due to this. Apparently the same problem exists with the XX1, which costs loads more. Pointless. This is my second attempt at going to SRAM and it has failed to convert. I have never experienced these issues with Shimano. Over-rated and overlooked problems and expensive. 12 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome kit, but durability hasn't lived up to expectation! My X01 drivechain came complete as OE kit. It is fantastic, and made my previous 9 speed XTR feel old fashioned and clumsy, even though it wasn't by any means. However, with similar levels of care and attention the X01 cassette, chainring and chain are all but ready to throw away after less than 500 miles of 'average' use. By comparison the XTR lasted well over 3000 miles. I believe (hope) the main difference is chain stretch. The XTR was accompanied by a KMC SL chain. It would appear the XO chain is, if you'll excuse the pun, the weak link in the system. The X01 system is fantastic, and it might seem ridiculous to discard a brand new chain to upgrade (from X01!!), but not doing so would appear to be the more costly option! 13 April 2014
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Can I replace sram 10 speed with this item

I have a 2013 specialized stumpjumper evo fsr, I'm wanting to upgrade to sram xo1 from the sram x9-7 10 speed group set , will this cassette be compatible with the roval traverse wheel on the rear?
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The new X01 cassettes run on the Sram XD Driver Freehub; they are not compatible with the previous Shimano/SRAM splined freehubs. If you contact your local Specialized/Roval dealer, they should be able to advise you if an XD driver is available for your wheels.
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If you can change the free hub body converter for the cassette, then probably, subject to getting the right chainline, which I think is ok for your year and model. Best phone a Spesh concept store for advice.
That said, converting to 1x10 might be just as satisfying and much much cheaper, especially with the new top ring conversions from the likes of Hope to give the gear-climbing range you need.
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All SRAM 11 speed cassettes will not fit a standard freehub body. The SRAM XD driver freehub is required.

The XD Driver is available for some models of Hope, Mavic, DT Swiss and SRAM hubs.
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