Jagwire Pro Shift Kit (Black) (Shimano/SRAM) (1.1mm) (2300/2800mm) (Cables & Housing)

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Jagwire Pro Shift Kit (Black) (Shimano/SRAM) (1.1mm) (2300/2800mm)
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The Jagwire Pro Shift Kit is a great way to upgrade from OEM cables and housing. Slick polished cables reduce friction and deliver long lasting performance, and continuously lubricated Slick-Lube liners provide precise cable movement.


  • Pro Slick Polished inner cables reduce friction and have no coating to wear off
  • Continuously lubricated LEX-SL linear-strand provides consistent, compressionless performance
  • Inner cables, housing, and small parts necessary for installation on a road or mountain bike are included
  • Includes longer cables and extra housing for compatibility with most large frames and bikes with continuous housing
  • Available in a wide range of colors to match Jagwire Pro Brake and Hydraulic Hose kits
  • Single-ended SRAM/Shimano compatible cable ends are weld-cut for easy installation

Cable Type: Standard Shifter (Shimano/SRAM)
Cable Diameter: 1.1mm
Material: Stainless Steel
Coating: -
Housing Included: Yes (4mm)
Color: Black (Gloss Black w/ Silver Logos)


  • (1) 3200mm LEX-SL Shift Housing
  • (1) 2300mm Pro Slick Polished Stainless Front Shift Inner Cable
  • (1) 2800mm Pro Slick Polished Stainless Rear Shift Inner Cable
  • (3) Sealed Alloy End Caps
  • (6) Lined Alloy End Caps
  • (2) Hooded Alloy End Caps
  • (2) Cable Tips
  • (2) 5G Tube Tops
  • (6) Cable Donuts
  • (2) Rotating Hooks

This product was added to our catalog on May 21, 2019

Ricardo Garza
Verified Owner
Monday, Feb 1 2021 (about 3 years ago)
Jagwire Pro Shift Kit (Black) (Shimano/SRAM) (1.1mm) (2300/2800mm)
Did some maintenance on my son's bike and another friend's bike. My friend had some regular, fairly entry level cables. I had these for my son's bike. It happened that my friend's cables were poorly adjusted and I needed to loosen the bolt, adjust the cable and then tighten again (too much adjustment needed for the barrel adjuster). I could see that from a single tighening, the cable was basically shot and was unwinding apart at the spot where it had tightened. Fortunately I had to tighten the cable, so the compromised spot was distal to the clamp.

With my son's bike, I mistakenly tightened the cable too much initially and had to loosen and tighten again. This cable was completely intact at the spot where I had tightened earlier. Given he wears out his pads frequently and the presence of cable stretch, the potential to have to clamp and unclamp this cable at the end maybe one more time makes me more confident that I can do so and the cable integrity will not be compromised. Best cables for the money (similarly prices shimano cables were not as nice, IMO).