I currently have the gap between the front derailleur plate and tallest tooth of my big ring at about 4mm which is clearly outside SRAM's recommendation of 1-2mm. Oddly, when I tried adjusting the gap down to spec, the FD would no longer successfully shift up to the big ring when the chain was also riding the largest cog. Obviously going directly from 34x28 to 50x28 would never happen in real-world shifting, but I'm still wondering what the cause is. Do I need to rotate my braze-on/clamp adaptor so the derailleur sits more fore or aft?You shouldn't encounter any issues with round chainrings.
Sometimes when I see guys do stuff like this I feel slightly dumb. That's pretty cool:thumbsup:
If you are having missed shifts on a Di2 setup, something is wrong. I have three Ui2 bikes and have had exactly zero 'mis' shifts.I in the short time on both systems the SRAM had less mis shifts
Yeah sorry for he confusion...Di2 was set up fine and it's really nice. The mis shifting was more me just not being used to the tactile aspect of the buttons and all. All I know after installing etap on my bike today that etap is a much more intuitive and user friendly, better looking, lighter, better ergonomics, etc...than Di2 IMO.If you are having missed shifts on a Di2 setup, something is wrong. I have three Ui2 bikes and have had exactly zero 'mis' shifts.
So you are saying that on your test ride, you had less than zero 'mis' shifts?