Sram Force - Maneta de cambio y freno traseros (7 velocidades)
- Palanca de Raleigh fuerza sram cambio / freno
- Ergonomía mejorada sobre la palanca del freno
- Doble toque en proporción exacta de actuación
- Disponible en color negro
- 10 Velocidad
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Juego de manetas SRAM Force Double Tap 10V Negro Accede a las ventajas competitivas revolucionarias de la tecnología DoubleTap gracias a los mandos DoubleTap SRAM Force. SRAM Force conserva su aspecto carbono, su peso ultra ligero y su durabilidad provada en ProTour. Sram añadió también el cambio de velocidades Zero Loss que engancha de forma intantánea las velcidades delanteras. Y como Sram red, Sram Force propone el ajuste para el plato grande. Sram incluye la función de ajuste del tornillo de la guardia, inventada por Sram, que permite a los corredores personalizar sus palancas de frenos y de mandos. La tecnología DoubleTap ofrece cambios hacia velocidades superiores o inferiores en un solo movimiento. El diseño ergonómico es muy cómodo, aerodinámico y esconde los todos cables, con un peso de sólo 303g. La palanca de freno de carbono y el mando de velocidad de magnesio son ligeros, rígidos y cómodos. Con cables y fundas Color: Negro 10 velocidades Peso: 303g
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The SRAM Force on my bike is great now and very easy to install with only a couple adjustments needed on a "shakedown ride." The derailleur cables and brake cables are high quality on the Force shifters and the Double Tap shifting is very precise and accurate. From my experience, the Force shifters are not much different than Red shifters--except for a few grams and about $100+.
I would highly recommend SRAM Force shifters to anyone looking to outfit their bike with quality components. Thanks!
Update on 6/7/2014: After one year of use, the left shift lever snapped off during a shift. After two years of use, the shift mechanism broke on the right shifter. Dont believe me? Do a web search for "sram shifter fail" or "sram shift lever fal" and see what you get. I wish I had. After the second failure, I reinstalled my Shimano groupset and it is running fine again. This was lame, because I really like the SRAM shifter design, but the longer term durability is not there it seems. Buy them if you like, but definitely know what you're getting into.
1) Shimano 105
2) SRAM rival
3) SRAM Force
I have Dura-Ace now (the 7900 is a good deal at the moment). I hated to admit how much I missed my 105 when I was riding Force. There's 2 things I really like about SRAM Force:
- The shifting, once dialed in, rarely needs any adjustments. Very slick.
- The stuff is very light in weight
Here's my problem:
- Cable snapped off at the rear shifter over 50 miles from home deep in the Diablo mountain chain (backside of Hamilton). Chain went to the 11 tooth cog and remained there all of the way home. My cadence dropped to around 10 for some hills. I think my quads doubled in size within days... People say that this happens to all groups. So I wrote it off as bad luck
- Cam lever on Force caliper broke forcing me to flat my 25mm tires to remove them. SRAM uses plastic for everything. Again, I'm in mountains, this time in San Diego where the hills are rather steep, and my front brakes were now locked open (had to fix a flat). I adjusted them as much as possible to get them close to the rim, but I had very poor stopping power. Shimano uses aluminum on their Ultegra calipers.
- Rear shift lever broke off leaving me a 2 speed.. on the 14 tooth cog. This is, apparently and according to the google, a not-uncommon occurrence.
Each time I spent money for repairs except the thrid time, which was very expensive as it forced me to Dura Ace. In total, I lost about 7 days of riding.
I would rather have Shimano going forward. I'm happy for the competition SRAM provides the market place. But I now see why SRAM has such a generous warranty - they need it.