- Replacement part for e*13 TRS 9-44t cassette
- 9-10-12-14 Steel cogs
E-Thirteen’s all-new TRS+ Cassette offers impressive 511% range, an unbeatable value at and crisp shifting performance on both SRAM and Shimano drivetrains. Using a unique two-piece assembly and our exclusive 9t cog, the TRS+ cassette offers a massive 9-46 tooth range, which means you can clean steeper climbs, and then blast the descents! As common with other drivetrains, a larger rear cassette also means a larger chainring up front…aka, less ground clearance. An advantage of the TRS+ Cassette is that our 9-46t range accomplishes the same gearing, but with a smaller front chainring and MORE ground clearance, something even more important on today’s “long, low, slack” bikes. The largest cogs are precision machined from aluminum and attach to a SRAM XD driver body. The remaining eight steel cogs lock into place with a chain whip. Both parts of the TRS+ cassette are individually replaceable and available individually, which means that replacing worn parts is possible without buying a whole new cassette. More range, more fun, same standard.
XCX Plus Cassettes are an elegant upgrade for any 11 speed Gravel or XC drivetrain. The 9t cog allows for more range in an overall smaller cassette, which means less weight and faster jumps between gears.
From day one, e*thirteen’s TRS Cassettes have delivered more range and value at a lower weight than the competition. Introducing Gen2 TRS Plus Cassettes featuring revised architecture, better shifting, and multiple configurations. All the TRS Plus Cassettes work with SRAM™ drivetrains, easily upgrading original equipment drivetrains. The revolutionary 9T cog is what sets these cassettes further apart, increasing range. Compatible with XD drivers only. New to the lineup is the TRS Plus 9-50T 12 Speed Cassette with an unmatched 556% range at only 398 grams.
The HELIX R Cassette is an upgrade to any SRAM™ Eagle™ or Shimano™ drivetrain, with more range than any other cassette on the market. The 9 tooth cog lets you step down one chainring size while keeping the same top end gearing and provides not only better ground clearance, but an overall lighter drivetrain.