Campagnolo Chorus Shifters

5/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $221.70

Product Description

Campagnolo Chorus Carbon ErgoLever integrated front/rear shifter and road caliper brake lever. Available as complete right (rear) o left(front) lever Note: cable and housing sold separately Right(rear) Shifter Shifter/Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Brake Lever Actuation: Short Pull Brake Lever Use: Right Drivetrain Spacing: Campagnolo 10 Left(front) Shifter Compatible with double orTriple chainrings FD/Shifter Compatibility: Campy ErgoTriple, Campy Ergo Double Brake Lever Ac

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Daniel Swiger a Recreational Rider from San Jose, CA

Date Reviewed: February 10, 2001

Strengths:    Positive, smooth shifting. Definitely and improvement over 1998 Mirage Ergo. These are Y2K Chorus, and the different grip is better also.

Weaknesses:    A little stiffer action than I expected.

Bottom Line:   
While the early Ergo Power on my Bianchi was a bit touchy at times, definitely worth it. This upgrade from Mirage to Chorus on the Merlin was the right move. Much smoother and crip shifting. I originally made the upgrade to setup and Ergo Brain, but the improved controls were a surprise. I have used Shimano's equivalent and there is no comparison.

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Price Paid:    $179.00

Purchased At:   Excel

Similar Products Used:   Eight speed Ergo on my Bianchi and Bar Con shifters on a Peugeot.

Bike Setup:   Merlin RSR w/Campy Chorus and triple. Mavic Open pros w/Michelins

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Mig a Road Racer from Denmark

Date Reviewed: September 6, 2000

Strengths:    Work fine from day one - even better after some time. Simple, conventional design and function. Carbon and aluminium parts - quite light.

Weaknesses:    I don't really see any

Bottom Line:   
Superb. Why go for record? Don't even consider Shimano if you go for a well functioning, silent and durable shifter.

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Favorite Ride:   Up

Similar Products Used:   Shimano DuraAce and Ultegra

Bike Setup:   Basso Zer, Campagnolo Record and Chorus parts, Nucleon wheels

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by singlespeedman a Road Racer from fayetteville n.c.

Date Reviewed: March 31, 2000

Strengths:    roller bearings in pivots, multiple upshifts and downshifts,durability.

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
u will die before these shifters do.

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Similar Products Used:   105, ultegra

Bike Setup:   merckx, with chorus

Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

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Chorus 11 Controls with Ultra 6800 Derailleurs?

EDIT: unless someone knows something more, it looks like my question has been answered and that this will NOT work because of different actuation ratios in Campy and Shimano Derailleurs. Hi all – Background on me: - huge fan of campy ultrashift controls - insist on doing all my own wrenching - w ... Read More »

Chorus 2015 cranks with Athena everything else?

Hi guys! I've searched the forums for anything that hints the above, didn't [I]exactly[/I] find anything.. But anyhow, I was wondering. I currently have the Athena 11s group (Idk which year, with the UT crank if that helps) and I'm thinking of upgrading to the 2015 Chorus cranks. And contradictor ... Read More »

New Veloce vs. old Chorus? WWMD?

I crashed and ruined a 10 speed Carbon Chorus med. cage rear derailleur. I think it's the last 10 speed carbon Chorus Campagnolo made. The only carbon is the face plate with 'chorus' written on it. The question is, do the new Veloce rear derailleurs work better than the old Chorus? If so I'll go ... Read More »

Campagnolo Chorus or Centaur - which front derailleur ?

Hello! I have sent my stuff to the Campagnolo UK service centre, and they have completely restored my 9 - speed setup, that is from 1998.It is now upgradeable to 9 speed, although I was thinkig of buying a pair of Chorus 10 - speed shifters, the QS version.I now need a front derailleur for my non - ... Read More »

6 yr. old Chorus shifters and new 10 speed rear derailleur ?

I have 6 year old carbon chorus shifters. Am I going to have any trouble if I get a new short cage 10 speed rear derailleur? Will it shift OK?Read More »

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