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Sram 1.1 actuation


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Please would someone explain to this non technical dope what they mean when saying that the sram derailler has a 1.1 actuation.

 

Your explanation would be greately appreciated.Confused 
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It means that for every mm of cable the levers pull, the derailleurs will move 1mm. Shimano is for every 2mm cable the levers pull, the derailleurs move 1mm.

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Depends on opinion, the Sram gives a more mechanical "clunky" feel, where the Shimano has a more subtle "smooth" feel, some say the Sram is better in mud but having run Shimano for the last 15 years of my riding I have never had a problem in mud... techguy2010-02-17 03:49:35

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