Shimano Ultegra 6700-G Groupos

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $1500.00


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Product Description

Simano Ultegra has long been recognized as a solid performer and thanks to Shimano?s Systems Engineering approach the 6700 series continues to deliver. Lighter, more stylish and advanced by the latest Dura-Ace technologies, new Ultegra is a beautifully ba


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

Date Reviewed: February 7, 2013

Strengths:    Comfortable hoods; excellent brakes, solid crank, precise shifting, quiet, nice to look at, very solid group

Weaknesses:    FD chain-rub

Bottom Line:   
Upgraded from 5600 -105 and a dramatic difference it is. Hoods are easy to get level and comfortable. Shifters have reach adjustment which is needed. If you like them level like me, out of the box the reach to brake lever is little far out and does not have good point of leverage to engage the brakes effectively. Good for feathering the brakes, but not comfortable to apply more force without changing hand position. Shifting is amazing, engage instantly, quiet and 2k miles so far with no miss-shifts. Brakes are exactly what they should be on a bike. Plain solid with good feedback. Crank is stiff. RD is excellent. FD had a contour shaped cage, which made it very difficult to position in correct height relative to chainring, then the contour shape caused alot of rattle in extreme cog positions. Sure, you suppose to do your best to keep the chain straight and ride the middle cogs, however I dont want to think about that when I am riding. I want all usable gears when I need it, especially when ride gets fast and I need to pay attention to the road and other riders. After hours of tinkering, problem was solved immediately after switching it with SRAM Force FD. Overall I am very pleased with the group. If you are considering one I highly recommend it.

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Price Paid:    $900.00

Purchased At:   Ebay

Similar Products Used:   105, Apex, Force

Bike Setup:   Supersix with Ultegra 6700 and AMC Aero 420 2


Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jimmyleg a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: May 26, 2012

Strengths:    Solid craftmanship. Good looks.

Weaknesses:    The LBS told me the brakes won't fit on my 2008 Giant OCR C1

Bottom Line:   
Got the gray compact set (Crank (34/50 – 175mm, Cassette 11-28). Added the 6700 carbon pedals. Two weeks with the group and absolutely no complaints...except the darn brakes won't fit my bike. LBS is looking into similarly valued brakes as substitute. I had my last Ultegra set for four high-milage years. Now, the snappiness is back!

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Favorite Ride:   Fall River Mills Century

Price Paid:    $1400.00

Purchased At:   LBS (installed)

Similar Products Used:   Shimano 105 and Ultegra group sets.




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Switching from triple to double with Ultegra 6700

My triple crank is about toast and I would like to switch to a compact double. I believe that I will also need to change out the front derailleur & front chain ring shifter (not sure if that's worded correctly). I will be installing a new chain & casette as well. I plan on staying with the 6700 ... Read More »

Question...Ultegra 6700 Mechanical Front Derailleur and Trim Question

Hey All, Having just gotten serious about cycling since February and put in a tick over 1600 miles since February of this year, i have run into a mechanical question after having adjusted my derailleurs per maintenance books and shimano tech docs. I have a double compact chainring and I realize ... Read More »

Ultegra 6700 groupo

Is there any difference between the Ultegra 6700 groupo from 2010 or 2012 or 2013.Read More »

Brakes upgrade: Ultegra 6700 to Dura Ace 9000

Relative noobie here, currently have full ultegra 6700 gruppo on my bike. Been wanting to upgrade the brakes to Dura Ace BR 9000 (been doing lots of climbing/descending; want more powerful braking). Can anyone tell me is it just a simple swapping out of the parts or do i need to replace other part ... Read More »

Ultegra 6700 11-28 onto a DA 7800 RD?

Hi All, I'm picking up another wheel set and noticed Ultegra cassettes are on sale. Currently running 12-27 but they don't have that in Ultegra (it's cheaper than 105 currently). Will a Ultegra 6700 11-28 cassette work on DA 7800 RD? The spec sheet says it will take 29 teeth or less but then says ... Read More »

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