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Rival. The weight savings is pretty minimal and you give up part of it because you're not using the group's brake set. Use the extra $$ to have a better selection of tires to use.
 

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no funtional difference. both shifters have the exact same internals, the only diff is the material the shift paddle is made with, aluminum on rival, magnesium on force. go w/ rival unless you can find a screamin' deal on force, and then get some really nice tires (tubulars if you're racing).
 
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