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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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For more than 75 years, Campagnolo has been at the forefront of cycling innovation. From the invention of the quick-release hub to the Gran Sport derailleur, Campagnolo has always tackled difficult challenges with a sense of bravado that's won them a fiercely loyal fan base. So, it's not surprising that Campagnolo spent twenty years and went through six research models to develop the ultimate in electronic shifter design, the Super Record 11 EPS Ergopower Shifters. To make sure they got it right, Campagnolo subjected this electronic breakthrough to over a season under the legs of the MoviStar Team. While long out of reach for non-professionals, Campagnolo' s electronic prototypes are in production, and preferential accessibility is a thing of the past. EPS shift levers are coming to take the cycling world by storm. Campagnolo rethought the mold, quite literally, of lever design when it developed the EPS, or Electronic Power Shift, 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 Super Record; 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, Campagnolo engineers have gone above and beyond to accommodate Campy purists wary of electronic shifting by retaining their 'one lever, one shift' motto, and by develop...
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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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For more than 75 years, Campagnolo has been at the forefront of cycling innovation. From the invention of the quick-release hub to the Gran Sport derailleur, Campagnolo has always tackled difficult challenges with a sense of bravado that's won them a fiercely loyal fan base. So, it's not surprising that Campagnolo spent twenty years and went through six research models to develop the ultimate in electronic shifter design, the Super Record 11 EPS Ergopower Shifters. To make sure they got it right, Campagnolo subjected this electronic breakthrough to over a season under the legs of the MoviStar Team. While long out of reach for non-professionals, Campagnolo' s electronic prototypes are in production, and preferential accessibility is a thing of the past. EPS shift levers are coming to take the cycling world by storm. Campagnolo rethought the mold, quite literally, of lever design when it developed the EPS, or Electronic Power Shift, 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 Super Record; 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, Campagnolo engineers have gone above and beyond to accommodate Campy purists wary of electronic shifting by retaining their 'one lever, one shift' motto, and by develop...
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