SRAM X1 Type 2.1 1x11 Speed Rear Derailleur

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Every detail of the 11-speed SRAM X1 rear derailleur is engineered for smooth, reliable shifting action—from the larger upper pulley offset to the 12-tooth X-SYNC pulley wheels. By eliminating unwanted chain movement, X-Horizon shifts faster puts an end to ghost shifting and reduce shift force and chain slap. And with Cage Lock technology, wheel removal and installation are easier than ever.

Who's this item for? Trail, Enduro and DH riders looking for a smooth, reliable and precise derailleur. 

Number of gears: 11 speed.

Weight: 256g.

Material: Aluminium and Aluminium/Steel.

Chain and cassette compatibility: Sram 11 speed drivetrains.

Max tooth range: 10/42T

Clutch Style: Roller bearing clutch. 

Cage Length: Long (T2).

Jockey wheel teeth: 12T

Cage Lock: Locks the derailleur cage out of the way for easy access, cleaning and wheel install and removal.

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