Campagnolo Record Ergopower Shifter/Brake Lever Shifters

4.47/5 (17 Reviews)
MSRP : $430.99


Product Description

Campagnolo Record-QS Ergopower 10sp Shifters: The Ergopower? Record? controls, body and levers, are in composite but their left-hand control mechanism has been slightly modified to increase the performance reference when interfaced with QS? front derailleurs.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by andrew scheu a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: May 7, 2008

Strengths:    Rebuildable, shift action and looks

Weaknesses:    Cost

Bottom Line:   
Using full Campy Record and very pleased with the shift action, more positive than my previous DA

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Favorite Ride:   Lake Minnetonka

Price Paid:    $300.00

Purchased At:   Tonka Cycle

Bike Setup:   Kent Eriksen titanium, full Campy Record, Ultra Torque Compact, Rol Wheels


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:2
Submitted by weiwentg a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: April 22, 2005

Strengths:    weight, appearance, smooth shifting

Weaknesses:    little or no advantage over previous record.

Bottom Line:   
compared to the old Chorus or Record, the 2004 levers are more bark than bite. 2004 Record levers lose about 24 grams from the 2003 and earlier levers because of a drilled out, teflon (or something) coated shift disc and a carbon spring carrier (I think). I am not the most subtle person, but I can't discern any difference between the 04 levers which are supposed to shift more smoothly and the 03 levers. they are sexy levers, though.

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Similar Products Used:   Shimano DA 9, Tiagra, Campy Centaur/Daytona, Record carbon, 2004 Record carbon



Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by flythebike a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: December 22, 2004

Strengths:    Shifing action is very light, flowing, and effortless. Light, great looks, crash worthy (they've gotten stronger than year ago). Very good shifting action, and the braking power is very very good, terriffic modulation. Rebuildable. You can shift into a harder gear with your right pinky from the tops of the bars without moving your hands. Sprinting and shifting with the thumb is better than I expected, reach is fine and I only get one gear when I'm in a gear I'm sprinting in.

Weaknesses:    Shimano has a mechanical advantage for front shifts because the whole brake lever pivots, not just the small inside lever. Expensive. Sometimes I get 2 shifts instead of on in the mid range cogs, like 19 to 16 instead of 17 or 19 to 17 instead of 18, depending on cassette, I'm still getting used to the extremely light action. But this is a minor complaint, not a deal breaker.

Bottom Line:   
I'm very fond of these levers. If you can afford them put them on your racing bike. If you can't afford them, get Chorus.

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Favorite Ride:   one with lots of shifting

Purchased At:   eBay

Similar Products Used:   105 and Ultegra 9 Speed, Dura Ace 8 Speed, Campy Record 8 speed. Suntour down - tube and bar ends, Campy retro-friction down tube.

Bike Setup:   Calfee Dragonfly Record 10S Ultra


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by zep-rider a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: July 22, 2004

Strengths:    Ergo shifting, beautiful carbon levers have a nice feel, nice and light

Weaknesses:    Shifting feels almost too light

Bottom Line:   
I finally made the jump to Record 10sp this Spring after 10+ yrs of flawless performance with an Athena 8sp group. Any regrets? No, not a one. Campagnolo components flat out work. The new group is elegant in appearance and is backed up with stunning performance. Worth every penny.

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Price Paid:    $249.00

Purchased At:   procycle discount

Similar Products Used:   Campy Athena, Suntour Superbe

Bike Setup:   Airborne Zeppelin with Look HSC3 fork, '04 Campy 10sp, Spinergy Spox wheels


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by sloth a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: March 1, 2004

Strengths:    lightweight, easy on the eyes, brake QR is still part of the design, just very sleek.

Weaknesses:    none so far

Bottom Line:   
really, so far these levers are great. i was inspired to write this review in response to the last guy that wrote about how the lever hoods are insubstantial. let's just say that i have plenty to hold onto while dodging jerks in SUV's during my daily/nightly commute. so there. oh, and mine are the '04 model...i've failed to notice any buzzing noise (yet).

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Similar Products Used:   shimano dura-ace/ultegra/105 sti...bar- cons...down tube shifters of varied degrees of quality.

Bike Setup:   mid 80's Marinoni Special built with old C-Record (delta brakes, cranks) and newer C-10 bits. some Ritchey WCS stuff to round it out.



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