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Sram Red eTAP Electronic Road Groupset (Shifters, Rear Derailleur and battery, Front Derailleur and battery, Charger and cord, USB Stick and Quick Start Guide)
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- SRAM Red eTap Electronic Upgrade Road Bike Kit
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El grupo SRAM Red eTap ha sido probado en las principales carreras del calendario internacional para ofrecer las mejores prestaciones y fiabilidad a todos los ciclistas. El grupo está compuesto por: - Mandos de cambio SRAM Red eTap: Los mandos de cambio incorporan la tecnología ErgoFit para ofrecer un agarre perfecto y están realizados en Carbono para minimizar el peso. Incluye la maneta trasera de 11 velocidades y la delantera de 2 velocidades, siendo compatibles sólo con el grupo SRAM Red eTap. Se alimentan con una pila de botón CR2032 situadas una en cada maneta con una duración de unos 2 años. - Cambio trasero SRAM Red eTap 11 velocidades: El cambio trasero destaca por la velocidad, precisión y ligereza que proporciona, además gracias a su tecnología inalámbrica resulta fácil de configurar. Está fabricado con el armazón de las poleas de Carbono y los rodamientos cerámicos para conseguir un peso de tan solo 239 g. Sólo es compatible con el grupo SRAM Red eTap y se alimenta con una batería recargable situada en la parte posterior de fácil instalación con una autonomía cercana a los 1000 km. La batería es intercambiable con la utilizada en el desviador delantero. El piñón máximo con el que es compatible es de 28 dientes. - Desviador delantero SRAM Red eTap 2 velocidades: El desviador delantero incorpora la tecnología Yaw que evita la necesidad de ser ajustado. De este modo ejecuta de forma precisa, rápida y eficaz todos los cambios de plato necesarios. Funciona sin cables y se alimenta con una batería recargable de fácil instalación con una autonomía cercana a los 1000 km. La batería es intercambiable con la utilizada en el cambio trasero. Sólo es compatible con el grupo SRAM Red eTap. - Cargador de baterías: Con entr
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Sram eTap was a cinch to install. Installing rear/front/shifters took less than 10min.
Installing chain which includes chain length and cut took another 10min.
Once everything was in place, I started with tuning. Initial Tuning took me about 15min.
- Group is light
- tactile paddles
- Shifting is crisp and quiet with pg1170 and red chain.
- excellent choice to setup on non DI compatible frames
- front Deraillier shifts faster than DI
- hoods feel great
- beautiful groupset
- function button is stiffer than I thought. Need to firmly press down on it.
- People state it's slower on the shifting. It's not really slower, it's just different on way you input the signal
- Can't really notice the physical .2mm tuning. Had to go by sound when tunning rear.
- front Derailer is very close to the crank arm. 2mm gap.
- Packing is over engineered. Also very heavy. Even though the packaging looks awesome, I think they got a little
too carried away with it.
- when drinking or eating, you're isolated to either shifter, so shifting during eating/drinking can be a little tricky
- removing front derailer battery is a little tricky. have to be in a weird angle to remove the battery
- Cr2032 batteries will be little time consuming, especially with hood on.
etap vs di
- DI buttons have a more solid feel than etap. You have to press firmly with DI. etap is very light press. Half the pressure.
- DI lever/combo feels more robust. Etap feels light and nimble
- Both front shift fast, but I feel that etap is slightly faster
- input shifting is different. DI shifts once you press the buttons. etap shifts when the input paddle shift is complete. Reason is that etap has multishift so if you tap and hold, it'll shift all the way. Think the reason it feels slower is because the input cycle needs to be complete or it'll multishift. Think the best wording is there is a fraction of a second delay in shifting, not necessarily shifting performance is slower.
- DI has front auto trim. etap does not, but I have not have any issues with chain rubbing on etap. Once you tune front, it's good to go.
- DI is always on when battery is connected. etap turns on with movement, but it must be micro vibration since I touch my bike, it'll respond.
- Both rear shifting is fast, but putting into consideration with when the input paddle shift is complete, DI appears to respond by a fraction faster
- DI can be used on DI compatible frames (or modified frames) vs etap can be used on any frames.
- DI still requires wiring, so fishing through internal routing will take little longer to setup vs etap took considerable less time
- tuning for both systems takes the same amount
Now about shifting logic. I'll be honest, the first time I heard about how the shifting was going to be, I literally scratched my head and said "huh?" The more I thought about as the months went by, the more it started to make sense to me. When I finally took the bike around the neighborhood, I was shocked on how easy it was to shift. It took me literally a minute to get the shifting logic down and from there, my brain didn't think or wondered. Left easy, right hard, tap both and front shifts. I've done 200+ miles on it and never, not once ever miss shift or question what I was doing. It was so intuitive. I decided to let my girlfriend and another friend who also have DI system to ride the etap. Told them left, right, and both shifting. That's it. From there, they took off riding. They came back and both said the same thing...."Wow! this is easy to learn and shift." They had no problems learning. Both said it was very intuitive, but they still liked their DI.
Overall, I'm over the moon with etap. It's a game changer and absolutely love it!
Wanted to do a follow up after putting more miles and also transferring to another bike experience.
I've decided to retire my beloved 2012 supersix with a brand new 2016 Tarmac S-works. During this time frame, another friend of mine also bought a Pinerallo GAN S frame due his older frame (Non Pinarello) develop a crack at the bottom bracket. He's running EPS electronic. Time frame to put our bikes together was roughly the same. However, when it came to transfer the electronics to the new bike, my buddy took several hours to run the cable and setup. it took me 20min to transfer, setup, chain length cut and tuning the bike :P
I've only put 100 miles on the new Tarmac S-works with etap and it shifts exactly the same as it did on the Supersix. Flawless! When it comes to building a bike or transferring from one bike to another, hands down etap wins in that dept!
Before you buy:
Good things to know. This is an 11 speed groupset! If you are upgrading from a 10 speed setup to an 11 speed setup you will need a new cassette and a new chain at a minimum. Check to make sure that your rear wheel has a hub that can support an 11 speed cassette as many older freehubs will not. SRAM also recommends getting 11 speed chain rings but I'm running SRAM Red 10 speed chain rings and it is honestly working flawlessly so I wouldn't say its a must have. Also, SRAM sells "blips" which are remote shift points away from the shifters. They are not included in this set.
This is the third groupset that I've installed on a bike over the years and this was BY FAR the easiest setup and install that I've ever done. You obviously need a few bike tools and if you have any questions about them then the SRAM video on YouTube about how to install the groupset is very clear about what you need. I recommend watching several install videos before attempting to do it. GCN has a decent video. One things that all the videos leave out however is the fact that you are going to need to replace or reinstall your old your brake cables which can be a PITA. Once the groupset is on the bike, dialing it in is a breeze. The micro adjust system is extremely easy to use. You could even do it on a ride if you notice that you get some chain rasp in a particular gear.
I know there are a lot of reviews out there that talk about the comparison between Di2 and eTap in shifting performance. I've never ridden a bike with Di2 on it but I honestly can't comprehend how it could be better. The shifting is effortless and the only way to describe it is perfection. It just works. Perfectly. Once the system is dialed in (which takes minutes) it is the quietest drivetrain I've ever ridden. Up hill, from a stop, regardless of where you are in a pedal stroke, the system shifts perfectly.
The system is amazing. If you are a serious cyclist then it doesn't get any better. The system is pricey but the best stuff in cycling usually are. If there anything that I wish SRAM would improve the eTap it would be to enable synchronized shifting. I think this setup would be amazing for it but as of right now SRAM says no to synchronized shifting.