With heavily chamfered outer plates for better shifting and quieter running, the SRAM PC 1091 PowerChain - 10 Speed boasts a lightweight construction, without compromising on strength. Boasting chrome hardened pins for a longer chain life, it also has a PowerLock™ connecting link, meaning no tools are required to install the chain. - L.M.
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Sram red groupset is fitted to my wifes race bike , when it needed a new cassette and chain, bought this chain as part of bundle. Could not get it to shift /shift smoothly upto the 50t chainring , it was noisy and my wife thought it was slow. We persisted with various tweeks and deraillure tunes upto the point where the 50t chainring is now burred and gouged. Fitted a new Record 10s chain from my stocks and changed nothing else , now it works , no noise and her sprint speed is back up a couple of km/h. Now we need to buy a new chainring , money I will begrudge paying the Sram corp