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Campagnolo. The name resonates in the heart of every bike aficionado, and in some cycling languages, translates to 'the best product money can buy.' For decades, Campagnolo has been at the forefront of technological innovation, continuously redefining what can be dreamed and what can be created; it has now surpassed our dreams with the creation of Electronic Power Shift, or EPS. A precise, reliable, and accurate electronic shifting system is remarkable, but it loses meaning without the touch and thrill of user engagement. The direct connection between the rider and the ride of a lifetime is at the heart of the beautiful and ergonomic Record 11 Ergopower Shifters. Record 11 EPS differs little from its big brother, Super Record 11 EPS, and the same goes for their corresponding EPS shifters. The Super Record 11 EPS Ergopower Shifters' have an almost negligible weight advantage, making the Record 11 EPS shift levers the choice for canny consumers looking to lessen the hit on the wallet of the EPS technology. Campagnolo broke the mold, quite literally, of lever design when it developed the EPS to surpass its mechanical shifters. While competitors integrated an adjustable lever position into their existing shifters' designs, Campagnolo engineers conducted studies on the ergonomic functionality of shifters to develop the e-Ergonomy Evolution, a re-design of the esteemed Ergopower Levers. Along with new dedicated hoods, the new levers follow the contours of the hand to create more contact and control, direct powerful braking, and full lever usage from any forward position on the bars, and for any hand size. The position of Lever Three, for downshifting, has also changed from the mechanical Record 11; it's now swept down into a smooth, longer contour that requires less compression, and nearly eliminates the long reach of its predecessor. The new Lever 3 makes the downshift more accessible from deep in the drops and more comfortable from the hoods. As expected, Ca...
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Campagnolo. The name resonates in the heart of every bike aficionado, and in some cycling languages, translates to 'the best product money can buy.' For decades, Campagnolo has been at the forefront of technological innovation, continuously redefining what can be dreamed and what can be created; it has now surpassed our dreams with the creation of Electronic Power Shift, or EPS. A precise, reliable, and accurate electronic shifting system is remarkable, but it loses meaning without the touch and thrill of user engagement. The direct connection between the rider and the ride of a lifetime is at the heart of the beautiful and ergonomic Record 11 Ergopower Shifters. Record 11 EPS differs little from its big brother, Super Record 11 EPS, and the same goes for their corresponding EPS shifters. The Super Record 11 EPS Ergopower Shifters' have an almost negligible weight advantage, making the Record 11 EPS shift levers the choice for canny consumers looking to lessen the hit on the wallet of the EPS technology. Campagnolo broke the mold, quite literally, of lever design when it developed the EPS to surpass its mechanical shifters. While competitors integrated an adjustable lever position into their existing shifters' designs, Campagnolo engineers conducted studies on the ergonomic functionality of shifters to develop the e-Ergonomy Evolution, a re-design of the esteemed Ergopower Levers. Along with new dedicated hoods, the new levers follow the contours of the hand to create more contact and control, direct powerful braking, and full lever usage from any forward position on the bars, and for any hand size. The position of Lever Three, for downshifting, has also changed from the mechanical Record 11; it's now swept down into a smooth, longer contour that requires less compression, and nearly eliminates the long reach of its predecessor. The new Lever 3 makes the downshift more accessible from deep in the drops and more comfortable from the hoods. As expected, Ca...
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We can tell you lots of things about the Campagnolo Record 11-Speed Cable Kit. They have stainless steel inner wires and friction-resistant housings lubed with special grease. They've even produced some numbers demonstrating how low the friction is. To quote, Campagnolo cables maintain a constant friction value of 20-22 N at the most critical point, i. e. when the cable is actuated. A truly incredible value when one considers that some systems produced by other manufacturers exhibit values in the range of 130-140 N. Is N another way of saying Newton/meters? We're not sure. But it's intriguing and appealing. But all of that tech stuff pales in comparison to this one nugget. You need this 11-speed cable kit because of the unique 4. 1mm outside diameter to the shift cable housing. And the housing fits directly into the lever body, so matching this size is essential. Likewise, so is matching the Campagnolo shift cable diameter and cable end shape. Put the wrong cable in the shifter, choose the wrong shape, and you'll be drilling to get that cable end out when it comes time to replace the shift cables. Use 11 speed cables and housing with 11 speed levers. Use 10 speed cables and housing with 10 speed levers. Do not go vice-versa!The Campagnolo Record 11 Cable Kit comes with two brake cables, two shift cables, ferrules, and enough brake and shift housing to cable one bike. This housing works with all Campagnolo 11-speed shifting components. The kit comes in black, red, or white.
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While Campagnolo's Super Record components signify its engineers' best efforts, Campagnolo just couldn't leave them well enough alone. This Super Record 11 Ultra-Torque Titanium EVO Crankset replaces the steel crank spindle that's normally used, with a titanium version that's 25% lighter and just as strong. The bolt for the Hirth joint (what fastens the two halves together) has also been constructed from titanium in order to save another few grams. It's beautiful and strong, only now it's even lighter. This quest for light weight goes further than the spindle, though. They've removed the chainring nut from the chainring fixing equation. The rings are held to the crankset by five alloy bolts that go through the big ring and thread directly into the small chain ring -- again, easier and lighter. Let your eyes linger on the chainrings. Look closely at the shifting pins. There, you'll find the first sign that the rings have been re-engineered for faster shifting. Campagnolo calls this its XPSS (eXtreme Performance Shifting System). There are now eight dedicated sectors for up-shifting, with ramps and pins working in conjunction with a new tooth profile. But up is only half the story. Campagnolo has also optimized two new down-shifting sectors, with the new tooth profile working with ramps on the way down as well. The crankset also uses the proprietary CULT bearing system -- Campy's lowest friction coefficient bearing to date. The CULT bearings are ceramic, and are housed in Cronitect races with a thermochemical surface treatment in order to reduce bearing wear. The friction reduction is so great that Campy claims you gain 3. 5 watts per pedal stroke in respect to the average energy loss from bearing friction. The Campagnolo Super Record 11 Ultra-Torque Titanium EVO Crankset has unidirectional Carbon-Fiber crankarms with anodized Dark Grey XPSS chainrings and Black bolts. The two halves of the thru-axle are connected by a reverse-threaded titanium bolt. Lastly, the ...
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We can tell you lots of things about the Campagnolo Record 11-Speed Cable Kit. They have stainless steel inner wires and friction-resistant housings lubed with special grease. They've even produced some numbers demonstrating how low the friction is. To quote, Campagnolo cables maintain a constant friction value of 20-22 N at the most critical point, i. e. when the cable is actuated. A truly incredible value when one considers that some systems produced by other manufacturers exhibit values in the range of 130-140 N. Is N another way of saying Newton/meters? We're not sure. But it's intriguing and appealing. But all of that tech stuff pales in comparison to this one nugget. You need this 11-speed cable kit because of the unique 4. 1mm outside diameter to the shift cable housing. And the housing fits directly into the lever body, so matching this size is essential. Likewise, so is matching the Campagnolo shift cable diameter and cable end shape. Put the wrong cable in the shifter, choose the wrong shape, and you'll be drilling to get that cable end out when it comes time to replace the shift cables. Use 11 speed cables and housing with 11 speed levers. Use 10 speed cables and housing with 10 speed levers. Do not go vice-versa!The Campagnolo Record 11 Cable Kit comes with two brake cables, two shift cables, ferrules, and enough brake and shift housing to cable one bike. This housing works with all Campagnolo 11-speed shifting components. The kit comes in black, red, or white.
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We can tell you lots of things about the Campagnolo Record 11-Speed Cable Kit. They have stainless steel inner wires and friction-resistant housings lubed with special grease. They've even produced some numbers demonstrating how low the friction is. To quote, Campagnolo cables maintain a constant friction value of 20-22 N at the most critical point, i. e. when the cable is actuated. A truly incredible value when one considers that some systems produced by other manufacturers exhibit values in the range of 130-140 N. Is N another way of saying Newton/meters? We're not sure. But it's intriguing and appealing. But all of that tech stuff pales in comparison to this one nugget. You need this 11-speed cable kit because of the unique 4. 1mm outside diameter to the shift cable housing. And the housing fits directly into the lever body, so matching this size is essential. Likewise, so is matching the Campagnolo shift cable diameter and cable end shape. Put the wrong cable in the shifter, choose the wrong shape, and you'll be drilling to get that cable end out when it comes time to replace the shift cables. Use 11 speed cables and housing with 11 speed levers. Use 10 speed cables and housing with 10 speed levers. Do not go vice-versa!The Campagnolo Record 11 Cable Kit comes with two brake cables, two shift cables, ferrules, and enough brake and shift housing to cable one bike. This housing works with all Campagnolo 11-speed shifting components. The kit comes in black, red, or white.
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Campagnolo wisely stepped into the external bearing crankset market a bit late. The reason is they made sure that their Ultra-Torque design was truly ready and would provide a service life that we, the consumers, would expect from the company from Vincenza. You can find it not only at the Super Record level, but all the way down the line, including this Record 11 Ultra-Torque Carbon Crankset. It's a simple, practical design that is unique in the component world. It's lightweight, beautiful, and strong, signifying all that Campagnolo stands for. They've further refined the design, making it lighter and improving the shifting. If the Super Record 11 Crankset is Campagnolo's cost-is-no-object option, the Record 11 Crankset is the cost-is-only-a-small-consideration choice. In every detail, the Super Record 11 and Record 11 cranksets are identical, save one. While the Super Record 11 is equipped with the same Ceramic Ultimate Level Technology (CULT) bearings used in the Bora Ultra Two and Hyperon Ultra Two wheelsets, the Record 11 takes a more cost effective approach. In place of the CULT bearings are Campagnolo's Ultra Smooth Bearings (USB). Like CULT, USB bearings are 5/32 ceramic balls housed in a low-drag technopolymer cage. But the bearing grade (as measured by their sphericity, i. e. their absolute roundness) isn't quite as extreme, and they lack the Cronitect races. Other than the bearing distinction, the Record 11 Crankset is the twin to the Super Record 11. The 53/39 and 50/34 rings you see are still round, but take a look at the shift pins. This is where you'll find the first sign that the rings have been re-engineered for faster shifting. Campagnolo calls this their XPSS, eXtreme Performance Shifting System. There are now eight dedicated sectors for upshifting, with ramps and pins working in conjunction with a new tooth profile. But up is only half the story. They've also optimized two new down-shifting sectors, with the new tooth profile working with ramp...
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We can tell you lots of things about the Campagnolo Record 11-Speed Cable Kit. They have stainless steel inner wires and friction-resistant housings lubed with special grease. They've even produced some numbers demonstrating how low the friction is. To quote, Campagnolo cables maintain a constant friction value of 20-22 N at the most critical point, i. e. when the cable is actuated. A truly incredible value when one considers that some systems produced by other manufacturers exhibit values in the range of 130-140 N. Is N another way of saying Newton/meters? We're not sure. But it's intriguing and appealing. But all of that tech stuff pales in comparison to this one nugget. You need this 11-speed cable kit because of the unique 4. 1mm outside diameter to the shift cable housing. And the housing fits directly into the lever body, so matching this size is essential. Likewise, so is matching the Campagnolo shift cable diameter and cable end shape. Put the wrong cable in the shifter, choose the wrong shape, and you'll be drilling to get that cable end out when it comes time to replace the shift cables. Use 11 speed cables and housing with 11 speed levers. Use 10 speed cables and housing with 10 speed levers. Do not go vice-versa!The Campagnolo Record 11 Cable Kit comes with two brake cables, two shift cables, ferrules, and enough brake and shift housing to cable one bike. This housing works with all Campagnolo 11-speed shifting components. The kit comes in black, red, or white.
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We can tell you lots of things about the Campagnolo Record 11-Speed Cable Kit. They have stainless steel inner wires and friction-resistant housings lubed with special grease. They've even produced some numbers demonstrating how low the friction is. To quote, Campagnolo cables maintain a constant friction value of 20-22 N at the most critical point, i. e. when the cable is actuated. A truly incredible value when one considers that some systems produced by other manufacturers exhibit values in the range of 130-140 N. Is N another way of saying Newton/meters? We're not sure. But it's intriguing and appealing. But all of that tech stuff pales in comparison to this one nugget. You need this 11-speed cable kit because of the unique 4. 1mm outside diameter to the shift cable housing. And the housing fits directly into the lever body, so matching this size is essential. Likewise, so is matching the Campagnolo shift cable diameter and cable end shape. Put the wrong cable in the shifter, choose the wrong shape, and you'll be drilling to get that cable end out when it comes time to replace the shift cables. Use 11 speed cables and housing with 11 speed levers. Use 10 speed cables and housing with 10 speed levers. Do not go vice-versa!The Campagnolo Record 11 Cable Kit comes with two brake cables, two shift cables, ferrules, and enough brake and shift housing to cable one bike. This housing works with all Campagnolo 11-speed shifting components. The kit comes in black, red, or white.
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The Campagnolo Record 11 Ultra Shift cassette is the kissing cousin of the Super Record 11 cassette. Only one distinction of note separates these models: While the Super Record 11 cassette is built with 5 steel cogs and 6 Ti cogs, the Record 11 cassette is built with 8 steel cogs and 3 Ti cogs. On the Record 11, only the low 3 cogs (i. e. your climbing gears) are made from Ti. The other 8 are nickel-chrome coated steel. All of the Ultra Shift technology built into the Super Record 11 cassette is equally present in the Record 11 cassette. You get the same cog tooth synchronization. Note how the teeth on each cog look similar at the same place on each cog. This enhances shifting precision and reduces stress (thereby increasing the lifespan) of your chain. And you'll note how select teeth on each cog have a sharkfin-like shape. This shape serves as a gateway for upshifts. The Ultra Shift cog design works hand-in-hand with your 11 speed Ergopower shift levers to provide quicker shifts with less effort. According to Campagnolo Ultra Shift requires 13% less effort to achieve rear derailleur shifts in comparison to pre-Ultra Shift. The Record 11 cassette should attract people who are looking for added longevity in their components. The steel cogs are coated with nickel-chrome to increase durability, and when you keep in mind that steel is a harder material than Ti, you can reasonably expect a longer useful lifespan out of a Record 11 cassette than a Super Record 11. At 201g, the Record 11 cassette weighs a mere 24g more than Super Record 11. The Campagnolo Record 11 cassette comes with a lightweight alloy lockring. It's available in 5 ratios: 11-23, 11-25, 12-25, 12-27, and 12-29. The 11-23 includes- 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,23The 11-25 includes- 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23,25The 12-25 includes- 12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,23,25The 12-27 includes- 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23,25,27 The 12-29 includes- 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23,26,29The actual weights of the Campagn...
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We can tell you lots of things about the Campagnolo Record 11-Speed Cable Kit. They have stainless steel inner wires and friction-resistant housings lubed with special grease. They've even produced some numbers demonstrating how low the friction is. To quote, Campagnolo cables maintain a constant friction value of 20-22 N at the most critical point, i. e. when the cable is actuated. A truly incredible value when one considers that some systems produced by other manufacturers exhibit values in the range of 130-140 N. Is N another way of saying Newton/meters? We're not sure. But it's intriguing and appealing. But all of that tech stuff pales in comparison to this one nugget. You need this 11-speed cable kit because of the unique 4. 1mm outside diameter to the shift cable housing. And the housing fits directly into the lever body, so matching this size is essential. Likewise, so is matching the Campagnolo shift cable diameter and cable end shape. Put the wrong cable in the shifter, choose the wrong shape, and you'll be drilling to get that cable end out when it comes time to replace the shift cables. Use 11 speed cables and housing with 11 speed levers. Use 10 speed cables and housing with 10 speed levers. Do not go vice-versa!The Campagnolo Record 11 Cable Kit comes with two brake cables, two shift cables, ferrules, and enough brake and shift housing to cable one bike. This housing works with all Campagnolo 11-speed shifting components. The kit comes in black, red, or white.
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We can tell you lots of things about the Campagnolo Record 11-Speed Cable Kit. They have stainless steel inner wires and friction-resistant housings lubed with special grease. They've even produced some numbers demonstrating how low the friction is. To quote, Campagnolo cables maintain a constant friction value of 20-22 N at the most critical point, i. e. when the cable is actuated. A truly incredible value when one considers that some systems produced by other manufacturers exhibit values in the range of 130-140 N. Is N another way of saying Newton/meters? We're not sure. But it's intriguing and appealing. But all of that tech stuff pales in comparison to this one nugget. You need this 11-speed cable kit because of the unique 4. 1mm outside diameter to the shift cable housing. And the housing fits directly into the lever body, so matching this size is essential. Likewise, so is matching the Campagnolo shift cable diameter and cable end shape. Put the wrong cable in the shifter, choose the wrong shape, and you'll be drilling to get that cable end out when it comes time to replace the shift cables. Use 11 speed cables and housing with 11 speed levers. Use 10 speed cables and housing with 10 speed levers. Do not go vice-versa!The Campagnolo Record 11 Cable Kit comes with two brake cables, two shift cables, ferrules, and enough brake and shift housing to cable one bike. This housing works with all Campagnolo 11-speed shifting components. The kit comes in black, red, or white.
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