Campagnolo Record Carbon Front Derailleur

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Product Description

The external cage in carbon fiber and the internal cage in aluminum save a great deal of weight, the braze-on version weighing just 69 g. Shifting both up and down is quicker thanks to the combination of these two materials that make the cage of the front



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Campagnolo Record 10s "Carbon BB System" shifters

I'm a foreigner in this Campy world and need You opinion about the Campagnolo Record 10s "Carbon BB System" shifters. Worth to choose them instead of the 11s Record shifters, model 2009/10? Thanks!Read More »

Upgrade: Campagnolo Record Alloy to Carbon chain set ?

I ride my bikes with Record alloy square taper and Centaur CT alloy square taper chainsets and have yet to ride the Campagnolo carbon crank with the UT outboard bearings. After having a little spin on a friends bike however I have been tempted to upgrade to a carbon gruppo or at least a newer cha ... Read More »

Campy Record Carbon Spacer

I tracked a noise in my Campy Record bottom bracket to a cracked spacer. The spacer consists of a carbon fiber cylinder, with a silver ring on one side. You can see the spacer at this link: [url]http://www.biketiresdirect.com/product/campagnolo-record-102mm-bottom-bracket?utm_campaign=product ... Read More »

I have 2009 (2008?) 10 speed campy record and centaur carbon shifters

Looking to replace with record..apparently there's something wrong with one of my centaur levers and the LBS said the part is no longer avaliable from their distributer so they'd have to order it from italy...and it would be 4 months until it arrived. :mad: :mad2: so i thought i'd look into repla ... Read More »

Record Carbon Seatpost

I am considering the installation of a Campy Carbon seatpost on my Colnago Master X Light. I know it is light and looks great, but does anybody have any other input on this seatpost?Read More »

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