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Old 08-26-12, 06:41 PM   #1
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SRAM WiFli with SRAM bar end shifters?

Has anyone here tried the SRAM WiFli system, 11-32 cassette and Rival rear d, in combination with the SRAM 500 TT bar end shifters?
I'm thinking of combining these with an FSA compact double crank.
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need apex rd or new red
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No, but the bar end shifters have the same pull ratio as the brifters, so there's no reason you couldn't. The shifter doesn't care whether you have a WiFli derailleur or a standard length one.

You must do TT or tri somehwere with ludicrously steep hills? (34x32 is pretty low)
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you can also use a sram 10sp mtb derailer
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You must do TT or tri somehwere with ludicrously steep hills? (34x32 is pretty low)
It's quite flat locally, but I was thinking of doing the Dairyland Dare next year.
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