Campagnolo Record Carbon 10 Speed Rear Derailleur

5/5 (10 Reviews)
MSRP : $375.95


Product Description

Campagnolo Record 10spd Rear Derailleur: The Record rear derailleur is the symbol of the Record groupset and communicates an unarrestable competitive charge thanks to the dominant presence of carbon fiber...


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

Date Reviewed: April 13, 2010

Strengths:    You forget it exists. It is just there and it does what it needs to do as you command it.

Weaknesses:    Chorus performs just as well and for the weight difference of a few grams you may seriously consider the dollar amount.

Bottom Line:   
I had to try it to believe it. Ok it looks nice (I prefer the older one with carbon fiber only on the knuckle) but the thing is just smooth. You even have to carefully listen to its soft sound and it sounds like a musical instrument. I thought I was being whimsical and felt guilty buying such an expensive setup, but once you try it you get a good feeling where your money goes. It is almost like a seamless continuous shifting system when you only feel the change in resistance on the cranks after each click.

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Favorite Ride:   Through the villages of Cyprus

Similar Products Used:   Campagnolo Chorus, Shimano Ultegra.

Bike Setup:   Medici Pro-Strada frame, Campy Record cranks, shifters and derailleurs, Phil Wood hubs and bb, Velocity Aerohead rims, Victoria Pave tires, Nitto jaguar track stem, Brooks swift, King headset, Speedplay zeros, and old Sachs Rival calipers w/ ultegra pads.


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

Date Reviewed: June 5, 2007

Strengths:    shifting

Weaknesses:    none but probably price

Bottom Line:   
i was a huge shimano fan until i tred campy record. it is just the best and smoothest shifting

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Similar Products Used:   shimano dura ace, sram force

Bike Setup:   specialized roubaix w/ full campy record


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

Date Reviewed: December 12, 2004

Strengths:    Perfectly invisible.

Weaknesses:    It doesn't have a battery-powered servo motor to help up the hills.

Bottom Line:   
The hightest compliment I can give a component is that it's invisible. This RD has been the most forgettable piece of my drivetrain for 4 years of hard training and ~30 races per season. It's never been rebuilt, rarely cleaned, and it works with all the complication of a ball-peen hammer.

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Favorite Ride:   Tomorrow's

Purchased At:   RBR Classifieds!

Similar Products Used:   DA, Ultegra, 80's Campy Record

Bike Setup:   Ciocc SC-6110-A
Record
Spinergy Xaeros


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Bam-Bam a Road Racer from Bedrock, USA

Date Reviewed: September 18, 2003

Strengths:    Excellent shifting
Excellent durability
Beautiful workmanship


Weaknesses:    Too pretty to get dirty

Bottom Line:   
Shifts crisply, consistently. Took 1500-2000 miles to break in but that hints at the longevity you can expect (my old rear Record derailleur has ~85,000 miles - with only new jockey wheels - and still shifts buttery-smooth).
I didn’t want 10 speeds (Jeez, guys, c’mon, how many is enough??) but I do use them. Having 8 useful cogs per chainring takes some getting used to but it's growing on me.
The polished aluminum and lacquered carbon fiber are almost too pretty to use. Almost.
It doesn’t feel like it shifts better than my old 8-sp, but it does. It has to shift better just to execute as well because the 10-speed’s tolerances for a nice, crisp shift are much tighter.

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Favorite Ride:   Racoon Mtn RR, Chattanooga

Price Paid:    $174.00

Purchased At:   Supergo

Similar Products Used:   Older Record, Dura-Ace, Ultegra 600, Superbe-Pro

Bike Setup:   Full custom Strong True Temper S3 frame, 10-sp Campy Record derailleurs w/Ergo shifters, FSA Carbon Pro crank, Brew Racing brakes, Speed Dream wheels


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Johnny Coolwood a Road Racer from Cranford, NJ

Date Reviewed: April 26, 2001

Strengths:    Durability, precision, good looks

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
This derailleur is a real performer. Combined with the record levers, the shifting is nothing else I have experienced. If you crash and break something, every single part is avaliable. As an investment in quality, it should last a lifetime.

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Favorite Ride:   Any ride

Similar Products Used:   C-Record, Dura-Ace

Bike Setup:   Record 10 spd with alum-carbon frame



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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 10 speed carbon cranksets

Is Campagnolo still going to produce these cranksets? The reason I ask is that they seem to be disappearing from known sites such as PBK and Colorado Cyclist. In fact a CC rep told me today that they are only going to sell 11 speeds in the Record line as soon as the last 10 speeds are gone. :c ... Read More »

Master/Force carbon fork/10 speed record kit - $2000

Hi All, So I walked into a local bike shop and I found a 2003 Colnago Master with force carbon fork, Colnago labeled titanium seatpost, Chirs King headset and 10 speed Record kit (except chorus front derailleur) for $2K. I couldn't find a single nick, chip, or scratch on the frame and the bike looks ... Read More »

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