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 I originally made the upgrade to setup and Ergo Brain, but the improved controls were a surprise.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

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