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SRAM X0 Bicycle Twist Shifter Set (9-Speed)

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  • The lightest and fastest shifting on the planet
  • Superior 1:1 actuation ratio and SRS technology
  • Multiple shift capability
  • Compatible with SRAM 1:1 rear derailleurs, SRAM an
  • Weighs 195 grams
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SRAM X0 Bicycle Twist Shifter Set (9-Speed) + SRAM X.7 9-Speed Rear Derailleur Long Cage '11 (Grey)
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Product Description

SRAM ESP X.0 twist shifter pair, 3 x 9 speed, compatible with SRAM ESP rear derailleurs
  • ESP rear shifters must be used with ESP rear derailleurs
  • All SRAM front shifters work with all major brands of front derailleurs
  • All SRAM twist shifter sets include grips
  • Includes cables and friction front shifters; housing sold separately
  • Cables are replaced without removing shifters
Item Specifications- Left Shifter
FD/Shifter CompatibilityMountain Triple
Item Specifications- Right Shifter
Cassette SpacingShimano/SRAM 9
Shifter/Derailleur CompatibilitySRAM 1:1
End TypeShimano/Sram

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 6.5 x 2.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000JI7ZQ0
  • Item model number: 142158
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,204 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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It makes for quick, positive, hesitation-free shifts.
Wilma
These things are cheaper, easier, lighter and more dependable.
MelvinG
Because of this, I honestly feel they have improved my riding.
Edan C

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By John F. Eaddy III on April 19, 2010
I hesitated going to twist shifters because I feared the "ghost shifting" described for some brands, but I needed to switch due to arthritis in my thumb that hurt when using my old trigger shifters. I've had the SRAM XO twist shifters for 2 years now and they have performed flawlessly. No ghost shifting, really easy to use. You will change gears more often once you get used to them. I would not go back to trigger shifters even if my arthritis disappeared. These are just a great product.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Conrad Griffith on April 14, 2010
These are fast to shift and lightweight. Some people complain about ghost shifting with twist shifters, but it hasn't been a problem for me. I find myself shifting much more often since I switched from rapidfire-type shifters; it's just so much easier to do.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy on April 8, 2011
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Excellent product, shifts very accurately with its 1:1 actuation. A lot of twist shifters are somewhat inaccurate at selecting the gear you want, especially when changing down several gears at a time. I have paired these up with the SRAM X0 derailleur and always have flawless shifts. With the limit screws set up correctly on my derailleurs I have never had problems with the chain coming off with over shifts. Only con is that they are a little more expensive than alternative shifters, but not so expensive that you can't justify their price. Overall very good performance for the money.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MelvinG on March 9, 2011
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long time trigger guy...bent a shifter and went cheap. Really glad I did. These things are cheaper, easier, lighter and more dependable. If you wreck...it's highly unlikely the shifter will be damaged..unlike the triggers. Probably gonna stay gripshift now.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on January 1, 2012
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I bought these gripshifts without ever using gripshifts before in my life. Why? Because I am cheap and I didn't want to pay 100-200 dollars for nice shifters. At first you will accidently shift when you hit rocks and other obstacles but then you get used to it and that problem stops. The shifting is fantastic! I have these shifters pairs with a shimano XT front deraileur and a sram x.9 rear deraileur and I rarely ever have any issues. I can shift while standing up and pedaling hard, shift going up hills, shift 3-4 gears with less than one rotation of the crank. These shifters just work. For fun, I tried shifting from 3-1 on left and 9-1 on right so 27 gears all at once and it does it in about 1-2 crank rotations flawlessly. Another great thing about these shifters is the maintenance. They pretty much stay tuned and are less likely to break than trigger shifter because they are built on a simple design. Replacing the cable is also very easy. You pop open a hole on the shifters, push a locking mechanism aside and pull out the old cable. Then you just slide the new cable right in. The only bad thing about this product was actually the rubber grips that sram included extra with the gripshifts. They fell apart really quick. I know run these with ergon grips and love it. For the money, I do not think you can find better shifters than these for pure performance yet alone for how light they are. Sram rates them as I think their second lightest shifter. Their lightest is about 3 times more expensive.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Roney on June 11, 2012
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This Sram product is amazing, precise and increditable light. Came very fast and I recomend to everybody. The price was very good at the time.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Edan C on May 31, 2012
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I have used these for a few months now after using SRAM X7 trigger shifters for a while. I was looking to match my X0 rear derailleur that I "inherited" when I bought a used 2005 Giant NRS C2. I am on a budget, I would never have bought the X0 triggers because of their price. I am very impressed with these, I believe I have MAYBE mis-shifted when riding, even when jumping, only about 2 times that I can remember--not counting crashes, because that happens even with triggers--Heck, I have even mis-shifted with triggers when going to shift while riding and I hit a bump or something.

These lock pretty solid, shift very crisply, and prevent mis-shifts much better than I would have thought. The rubber on these is nice and grippy, especially when paired with gloves; I do not remember my hand ever slipping. The main thing I love about these is how you can go through the whole range of gears with just a flick of the wrist. Because of this, I honestly feel they have improved my riding. Another thing that is great is that they are lighter than triggers.

The main thing I don't like about them is that they don't feel quite as good as a regular full handlebar grip. I really am not a fan of the grips that come with these. You have to cut them much shorter than they come stock, or else you will have a WIDE grip area. The grips should mate up better with the edge of the grip-shifter. Because of this I rigged some old, thick foam grips with these. Also, sometimes when shifting these can slightly interfere with braking. But, seems to not be a problem, since you have 2 brakes, and you are basically never going to be using both shifters and brakes at the same time.
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My old bike's drive train was worn out and I decided that if I was going to swap everything out I might as well give SRAM a try. I also wanted to try out twist shift to see why they had such a cult like following, well a lot also had to do with them being a hell of a lot cheaper than X0 triggers or even X9. I a paired them up with a X7 rear derailleur, Sram 970 cassette, cheap KMC chain, a new shimano lx middle chain ring up front, and new cables and housings. I cut down my old Oury grips and left the old shimano lx front derailleur alone.

The first couple rides I'd twist the wrong way fairly often but that would expected switching from SRAM triggers to Shimano or vice versa too. After a month of riding with them I'm not yet 100% comfortable with them but I'm getting there. There has been no ghost shifting and every click is very noticeable by feel and by ear, they are loud. Being able the trim the front derailleur is nice especially since the one on my bike has never worked worth a damn. Shifts on the rear are quick and solid and you can twist through the whole cassette easily. The other nice thing you can do though I haven't mastered it yet is keep a finger on the brake and shift up or down which I couldn't do with the shimano triggers.

Now are they better than trigger shifters? I don't know. I never really had an issue with the shimano triggers either. I like the twist shifters so far but I'm not joining the cult yet :).
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