Campagnolo Daytona Rear Derailleur

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $69.95

Product Description

  • 9 Speed
  • Anodized
  • Maximum sprocket: 26 teeth
  • Capacity: 27 teeth
  • Available in Double or Triple Crankset Compatible Model

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    User Reviews

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

    Date Reviewed: June 23, 2002

    Strengths:    Cheaper than Chorus.

    Weaknesses:    Surface finish not as polished as Chorus.

    Bottom Line:   
    Flawless shifting.

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    Favorite Ride:   any canyon

    Purchased At:   Canyon Bikes

    Similar Products Used:   Everything 105 to Record. All these derailleurs shift so well, it's almost a moot point.

    Bike Setup:   Gunnar Roadie, Daytona group, Woundup fork

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by Pete Rhodes a Road Racer from New Hampshire

    Date Reviewed: April 17, 2001

    Strengths:    Record level shifting on a budget. Smooth, light action, easy to adjust.

    Weaknesses:    Little pricey when considered it should be battling against Ultegra or 105

    Bottom Line:   
    Daytona is nice stuff. It works just as nicely (if not slightly better) then my 1997 chorus rear der. The new 2001 line of campy shifting is truely the best yet. I have 2000 Chorus rear with Record shifters and this Daytona may be a bit more precise and smooth. It could just be in my head though.
    If you're considering using Daytona, do it. Nice alternative to the budget minded out there. This is one my commuting/bad weather bike. I have a chorus/record setup on my racing bike.

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    Favorite Ride:   Yes

    Price Paid:    $62.00

    Purchased At:

    Similar Products Used:   Chorus

    Bike Setup:   Litespeed Arenburg with Daytona Derailluers, Chorus brakes,hubs,crank,&BB, and Record shifters. ITM bar & Stem

    Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

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    Chorus or Daytona/Centaur Wheels

    No "VS" here. I have 2 wheelsets at home. One has a 95 Chorus hubset converted to 9/10 speed laced to Mavic OP Rims. The other a set of Daytona/Centuar hubs laced to a set of Ambrosia rims. The Ambrosia rims are a dead ringer for Mavic OPs. As nice looking as the Chorus hub are they don't seem to ha ... Read More »

    Daytona Winning Motortrike on Ebay!

    Don't miss out on this jewel! [ATTACH=CONFIG]290285[/ATTACH] "[COLOR=#333333][FONT=Helvetica neue]When first built, it won several Daytona competitions as well as local trophies.[/FONT][/COLOR] [TABLE="width: 1239, align: center"] [TR] [TD][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]Unique custom built homemade three wh ... Read More »

    Daytona Bianchi upgrade

    I would like to upgrade my 2000 Daytona Bianchi. My question is, What is the newest Campagnolo groupset, or a mixture of them, that I could install in my frame? Of particular interest is to know the type of crank that would fit, or, the newest type of Bottom Bracket that could be fitted into my fra ... Read More »

    Okay All You Fire Fighter Types: Daytona 500 Question

    For those of you who may have stayed up to watch the Daytona 500 - and I did - you saw one of the weirdest racing incidents in recent memory. To recap: with 40 or so laps to go, there is a yellow flag. Cars hit the pits, and NASCAR deploys the jet dryers to blow crap off of the track. The drye ... Read More »

    Daytona 110mm bottom bracket

    I have a Daytona/ Centaur 10 speed gruppo on my bike. I just bought a Bottom Bracket on ebay that comes in a Daytona box with a 110mm spindle. The 10 speed ISO ST BB AC-H and AC-S are 111mm as is the Centaur BB. I checked the Campy spare part catalog and there is no mention of a "Daytona" bottom bra ... Read More »

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