Campagnolo Record 10 Speed Cassettes

3.44/5 (9 Reviews)
MSRP : $149.99


Product Description

The Record UD 10-speed cassettes use the race proven Ultra-Drive system. Tested under all weather and race conditions at the Tour de France the Record Ultra-Drive system worked to perfection. The Ultra-Drive system makes shifting more precise and fluid


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by boblas a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: January 11, 2004

Strengths:    Excellent wear and shifting.

Weaknesses:    Slightly more pricy then DA (9-sp) but think it's worth it.

Bottom Line:   
No complaints. Excellent shifting performance. Better wear then I expected with a 13-26. I use all the gears as I do many hilly areas and I think that helps even out the wear. I'm surprised the Ti cogs are wearing as well, over 5k miles on cassette (and record chain) so I'm expecting may have to change soon .. but so far it's exceeded my expectations on wear. Use a dry lube and I think that helps on wear.

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Favorite Ride:   pyrenees

Price Paid:    $115.00

Purchased At:   Glorycycles.com

Similar Products Used:   DA. SRAM.

Bike Setup:   Giant TCR 0 composite. Record everything. Rolf Prima Elan. Syntace f99 stem. IRD cables. EC90 bars, EC70 post. Conti attack-force tires. Phil Wood magnium BB.


Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:2
Submitted by bobobo a Road Racer from John

Date Reviewed: March 6, 2003

Strengths:    Decent weight.

Weaknesses:    Poor wear of the ti cxogs and the chain is a joke that in 2003 Campy still hasn't figured out how to build a chain which can be easily disassembled without using a $60 chain tool.

Bottom Line:   
The two ti cogs wear very quickly, ti is simply not a good material choice in this type of application and no way 30 grams saved is gonna make you a faster racer, your living in a total dreamworld if you believe that for even a minute. Is Campy or Shimano ever going to come up with current day technology chain link which doesn't require a tool to disasemble a chain like SRAM?

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Favorite Ride:   Tahoe Hills

Similar Products Used:   I recently switched from the record ti/steel cassette to an all steel cassette. In addition I completely abandoned that crappy Campy 10 sped chain and started using a 9 speed SRAM PC89R chain on my Ca

Bike Setup:   Custom Spectrum Ti Super


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by barryw a Road Racer from NC,USA

Date Reviewed: February 18, 2003

Strengths:    Great shifting. Like another guy said: it's campy, what else needs to be said.

Weaknesses:    Doesn't most all things worth having cost more than we want them to?

Bottom Line:   
I don't understand the other folks problems with this cassette. The ti one is bound to be a problem because ti just doesn't do friction too well. This cassette, on the other hand shouldn't be a problem. The chain has thus far been the weak link(no pun intended) in the 10 spd group. I'm on my third chain(I kicked down for the Wipperman Stainless Steel chain this time) with this cassette & everything works flawlessly. I raced from April to September on this cassette last year & have been logging miles all winter on it(knock on wood).

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Favorite Ride:   any

Purchased At:   some dude on e-bay

Similar Products Used:   Record 8spd, ShimaNO 600 8spd, & shimaNO's MTB stuff

Bike Setup:   Omega Reynolds steel with full Record


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Jay Dwight a Road Racer from Cummington, MA

Date Reviewed: May 18, 2002

Strengths:    Smooth shifting, quiet.

Weaknesses:    Wears quickly.

Bottom Line:   
No real complaints with this setup, other than it wears pretty quickly. But I decided with this bike that I wanted a full-on Division One racing machine. With that comes a much bigger price tag at every step. I rode a Confente Masi for 22 years with original Dura-Ace, and hardly ever had to replace anything. But I have to say that there has been some improvement made on the basic bike since 1977, and I am willing to bear the cost because it puts one big smile on my face. If only the weather here was more cooperative...

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Favorite Ride:   100 miles of Berkshire Hills

Purchased At:   Renaissance, New Yor

Similar Products Used:   Dura-Ace, five to nine speed.

Bike Setup:   Pegoretti Marcelo, Ksyriums, Record 10


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Jaybirdy a Recreational Rider from Muncie

Date Reviewed: December 20, 2001

Strengths:    lasts about 10,000 miles

It's Campy, need I say more?


Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
These cassettes rule. Others are doing something way wrong if thet are having trouble.
If you replace your chain regularly it lasts forever!

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Favorite Ride:   polarbear

Price Paid:    $250.00

Purchased At:   B&B

Similar Products Used:   shamiNO

Bike Setup:   trike



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