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colnagolover

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colnagolover

colnagoloverwrote a review of on September 8, 2009

4 5

I have about 100 miles on a just installed Chorus 11-25 11-speed cassette. So far the shifting is excellent, noticeably improved over the Chorus 10 cassette. It seems to work just fine with a Record 10 rear derailler. Beware when installing it on any other hub than a Record hub as the hub may require a modification (Zipp, Rolf, are two I know of). The cassette does come with a variable assortment of spacers requiring more care during install. The smallest cog does just barely grab the end of the freehub, but seems solid when locked down with the lockring. It just looks odd though.

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colnagolover

colnagoloverwrote a review of on September 8, 2009

5 5

These shifters reflect a much needed upgrade in ergonomics from the Record 10 shifters. The hoods are much more comfortable plus give more hand placement options, with the taller brake hoods (like Dura Ace). The brake levers/shift levers are much easier to reach from the drops. The added bonus is that they are noticeably lighter than Record 10. The only drawback I can find is that they require a Torx 25 bit to attach. Every other Campy component on my bike uses an Allen fitting. Why Torx? They still shift like Campy...solid!

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