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Rear Cassette question
#1
was wondering if i went from a 12-25 to a 11-23 cassette how much of a difference i would notice looking for more power and speed thanks .
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#2
There is more info needed so check out table and charts like on this link, just enter your info of what you have now, print it out and enter the change you want and print it and compare
http://www.machars.net/bikecalc.htm
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(05-04-2013, 08:34 PM)painkiller Wrote:  There is more info needed so check out table and charts like on this link, just enter your info of what you have now, print it out and enter the change you want and print it and compare
http://www.machars.net/bikecalc.htm

ok thanks i,ll check it out
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(05-04-2013, 05:53 PM)walshbrk Wrote:  was wondering if i went from a 12-25 to a 11-23 cassette how much of a difference i would notice looking for more power and speed thanks .

Very very little. 12 to 11 is a 9% change, assuming constant cadence, you will go 9% faster, while putting out 30% more power.

Aerodynamic power requirements at low speeds (less than ½ the speed of sound) are proportional the cube of the speed.

Depending on your condition and flexibility, you might be faster with 12T instead of 11T, especially if you are a "spinner" rather than a "pusher". In addition to the excellent information on the site PK provided; you need to know your own power curve - cadence vs power or force output (rpm vs hp curve for an engine - you are the engine) to figure out gearing for specific conditions.
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#5
Well sure. But what kind of gearing should I use for going MORE than half the speed of sound? Hmmmm?
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#6
(05-10-2013, 12:57 PM)DaveM Wrote:  Well sure. But what kind of gearing should I use for going MORE than half the speed of sound? Hmmmm?

Solid fuel rockets generally don't have gearing Smile
Nigel
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#7
I looked for a 2-43 but cant find one Tongue
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(05-16-2013, 11:43 PM)Bill Wrote:  I looked for a 2-43 but cant find one Tongue
Is 10-42 close enough ???
http://www.amazon.com/Sram-00-2418-037-000-SRAM-XG-1199-Cassette/dp/B009F92AVO/
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