SRAM PG-990 (11-32)

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SRAM PG-990 (11-32)


9 Reviews for PG-990 (11-32)

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 Comparable to Shimano XT. I love both, but this ones a touch lighter, cheaper and really good looking. I always use Sram cassettes and chains with Shimano everything else. This thing is tough and shifts way better than my old PG 970. Shifts like butter.
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 This thing looks great first of all. It is ultra light. I splurged on one, and noticed an increase in the crispness of my shifts, no joke. Bought it for 80 bucks and save 160 grams. 50 cents a gram plus increased performance and looks is hard to beat.
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 looks good and stiffer than a PG970, it works at 100% the all time I had it, until I explode my chain.
I had it for 1 1/2 season, if the chain had hold up it could go for 2 years or more maybe...had to replace both chain and cassette because a new chain would skip.
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 An absolute jewel, both functionally and visually. I've been running this cassette for close to two years and there are very little signs of wear despite putting a couple of thousand kilometers on the bike while training. This cassette shifts very smoothly both up and down and is the only cassette of this size that I will consider from now on. Lightweight, durable and if you keep it clean one of the best looking parts you'll put on your bike, this cassette is phenomenal.
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 Great cassette, not only very light, but it cleans easily and looks "BLING"!

This is also on alloy carrier which is essential for use with Hope Pro II hubs.
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 Amazing Product! Wanted to kit my bike out red style and its goes a treat with the hope pro 2 hubs and hope saw disks!
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 This cassette is top notch! Light durable and looks so pretty.......haha - Best 9 spd cassette i have used
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 all pros, so far no cons, Price reflects on the build and reliability you get light strong and durable.
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 Light, shifts smooth, doesn't seem to wear as fast as lower models, easy to clean and looks good too.
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SRAM PG-990 (11-32) (MSRP $100) — SRAM 9 Speed Powerglide 2 Cassette. PG-990.

Specifications Compare to other Cassettes

Price $100
Weight 272.15 g
Cassette Material Steel with Red Anodized Alloy Spider
Tooth range 11-32
Tooth range - The tooth range of a cassette determines the cadence you pedal at. A lower tooth count means you will be pedaling harder, but will have a higher top end speed.
Speeds 9

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