Shimano Ultegra Chainring Chainrings

5/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $30.00


Product Description

Shimano Ultegra 6800 Chainring. Replace worn chainrings on your new Ultegra series cranks. 11-speed, asymmetrical four-bolt compatible only


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by gary skaggs a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: March 9, 2007

Strengths:    TOOK OFF FSA AND IN STALLED R700 CHAINRINGS.DOWN SHIFTING ON FRONT RINGS IS 100 PERCENT BETTER.LIKE THEY SAY NOTHING WORKS LIKE SHIMANO

Weaknesses:    NONE

Bottom Line:   
THIS IS FOR R700 COMPACT 10 SPEED CHAIN-RINGS
50/34 TOOTH

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Favorite Ride:   HILLS

Price Paid:    $125.00

Purchased At:   TRISPORTS.COM

Similar Products Used:   FSA 10 SPPED RINGS. LIGHTER BUT DON'T DOWN SHIFT AS SMOOTH

Bike Setup:   2006 6/13 CANNONDALE TEAM 1=PLUS.COMPACT
GEARING.ALSO HAVE SAME SET-UP ON 2006 CARBON 1 SL SYNAPSE CANNONDALE


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

Date Reviewed: June 25, 2006

Strengths:    Super high quality. Superior engineering, design, and manufacturing resulting in a excellent product. And of course, precision shifting.

Weaknesses:    In my opinion, the rings are rather 'ugly' - a strange titanium color that is rather vogue at the moment. Many people find them fashionable and sporty - personal preferance . . . I went for function over form . . .

Bottom Line:   
This is for the New Shimano Compact Rings (not really DA or Ultegra - just the best place to put this review. Installed rings on a FSA SL-K compact crank - immediate improvement in shifting - solved the sloppy big ring to small ring down shift and occassional dropped chain that seems to be standard with FSA. I hate to say it, but Shimano engineering, design, manufacturing, and end-products are of very high quality - consistently the best in the industry. The Shimano 50-T ring has all sorts of special machining, appropriately positioned shift pins, and specially formed teeth to specifically address the 16-T ring size differential without any need for special derailleurs. Down shifts are now crisp and efficient and with no fears of chain drop during critical moments. Up shifts - perfect. Installation - easy (off-set slightly different than the FSA rings - I would suspect that to obtain desired performance, both the front rings should be swapped out at the same time). If you have FSA rings and complain about less than desireable shifting (like everyone I know that runs them), switch to the Shimano compact rings for better performance.

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Favorite Ride:   Mountains

Price Paid:    $100.00

Purchased At:   Online

Similar Products Used:   Was using the standard FSA compact rings supplied with FSA SL-K crankset (at the time of bike build-up, really the only manufacturer with availability of compact drive - non-Campy). Shifting was always less than desireable (note: this was even with the supposedly new and improved FSA 10-spd compatiable rings). In conversations with FSA Techs and various LBS mechanics, they stated that is simply the way it is with a 16-T chainring jump (not true!). After about 4000-miles, a tooth broke on the 50-T ring (what crap - never had this happen on a road bike - ever!).

Bike Setup:   Drivetrain: DA-10spd with FSA SL-K cranks (now with Shimano rings!)


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

Date Reviewed: February 10, 2006

Strengths:    You need some.

Weaknesses:    ???

Bottom Line:   
CHAIN RINGS. Nothing really else. They wore out after 10,000+ miles.

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Favorite Ride:   In the SUN.

Purchased At:   OEM

Similar Products Used:   None

Bike Setup:   39/53



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Shimano Ultegra 6800 11 speed Chainring?

do they even make the outer chainring for the new Shimano 11 speed Ultegra stuff? I can not find one anywhere. It seems like i would have to replace the cranks to change the gearing, and that would be vey expensive. I am looking to get a bigger chainring for around where I live, as it is pretty flat ... Read More »

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Shimano ultegra chainring

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Ultegra inner chainring compatability?

Ok guys, I have a question? I'm throwing around a idea in my head of maybe putting a smaller inner chainring on my Ultegra 6750 50/34 crank for when I do a steep long mountain climb. I know this will probaly raised some eyebrows, but i'm still having trouble getting up some of the mountains around h ... Read More »

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