OSPW System for SRAM Red/Force AXS
The Oversized Pulley Wheel System for SRAM Red and Force AXS features a 15-tooth upper and 19-tooth lower pulley wheel setting, for maximum efficiency. Pulley Wheel Material: Aluminium
The handbuilt OSPW System has two spring tension settings, that allows customised setup based on riding conditions.
In the box:
- Complete OSPW System for SRAM Red/Force AXS
- CeramicSpeed Pulley Oil, 15 ml. dropper bottle
- Custom tool for removal of stock cage and securing of OSPW System
The Coated Advantage
- Cage Marterial: Carbon reinforced PA
- Bearing Options: CeramicSpeed Standard or Coated
- CeramicSpeed Pulley Wheel Oil, 15 ml. dropper bottle
- Compatibility: SRAM Red AXS and SRAM Force AXS
- Compatibility Cassette: Fit cassettes from 10 to 33-tooth
- Spring Tension Settings: 2 spring
- Speed: 12 speed
- Discipline: Road and Gravel/Cross
6-Year Warranty Program
CeramicSpeed’s coated products offer the ultimate gains in performance and longevity. Our proprietary coating features several attributes that improve the longevity of CeramicSpeed Bearings. The increased hardness of the races, combined with the smoothness of theCeramicSpeed Balls results in virtually no wear on the bearing.
Within our comprehensive R&D program, the special coating has been developed in cooperation with a European coating specialist. Applied to the bearing’s steel races, through an advanced process that ensures an even, smooth and homogeneous surface, the coating formula improves even further the high quality of CeramicSpeed Bearings.
Thanks to the coating’s high resistance to corrosion – even if the bearing is contaminated with degreaser, water or mud, the risk of bearing failure due to corrosion is negligible. We recommend choosing CeramicSpeed Coated Bearings for unmatched longevity and incredibly low friction.
Like all CeramicSpeed Bearings, our coated products are handbuilt in Denmark. Building a coated bearing adds a number of extra steps to the process. The CeramicSpeed balls and steel races are matched to the micron after which, each set of races is coated. The races are kept together in pairs through the entire process and after coating, each set needs to pass the quality control before they go into production.