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Campagnolo Chorus 11 Ultra-Shift Ergopower Shifters

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  • Material: [brake lever]Type: Crankset Compatibility: 2 x 11Compatible Components: Campagnolo 11-speed drivetrainsWeight: 340 gRecommended Use: road cycling,Manufacturer Warranty:
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Product Description

Campagnolo Chorus 11 Ultra-Shift Ergopower Shifters are the Clark Kent of ergo levers. Behind the pedestrian name is a super-hero of a shifter. These levers don't have the cutouts on the brake lever blades, but with that exception, these levers are identical to Record, and they're a claimed 10g lighter than the previous generation.Chorus 11 Ergo shares the improved body material, a long-fiber reinforced polyamide that is lighter (this is where most of the 10g savings comes from), yet 8% stronger and able to withstand more than double the impact that the previous lever was able to take. It has the same ball-bearing shifting mechanism for super-smooth shifts. They've also improved the ratcheting mechanism in the right lever, along with tweaking the cable routing so the shifting is faster and the cable housing running under the hoods disappears under your hands. For the left lever, they've also improved the cable routing and optimized the mechanism for use with the new front derailleur design. Here, too, you'll have a hard time noticing the housing as it transitions into the lever, and the improved position should make shifting both lighter feeling and faster. As with all Ultra-Shift levers, you can affect up to three cogs on the downshift and five cogs on the upshift for the rear derailleur, and you'll have the precisely-indexed up and down sweep on the front derailleur. Also of note are the new graphics, conveying a bolder image, and that Campagnolo has designed accessory hoods and cable housing, in Red and White, that you can purchase if you want to make your levers even more distinctive. In all three colors, you're looking at Vari-Cushion silicone rubber hoodsAAAas the name indicates they're made with varying densities of silicone to both maximize comfort and durability. The Campagnolo Record 11 Ultra-Shift Ergopower Shifters come with carbon-fiber brake blades, a shift lever underneath, and a shift button on the side of the lever body.

Product Details

Color: 11 Speed | Size: 11 Speed
  • Item Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004MEYN76
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Chan on July 19, 2014
This review is about an "off label use" for Campagnolo 11-Speed "Ultrashift" Levers, specifically using them to shift a 9-Speed Road Shimano drivetrain without the need for adapters. With the advent 10 and 11 speed systems, finding higher end 9 speed shifters has been growing more difficult. When my Ultegra 9 shifter (ST-6510) broke, I soon found out that most replacements are either in pretty banged up condition (probably pulled off of cyclocross bikes or crashes) or NOS (which often cost more than current 10 or 11 speed shifters... !@$%! you law of supply and demand!).

It turns out that the cable pull of a Campagnolo 11 shifter is able to shift a Shimano 9 Road rear derailleur, you'll just won't have access to the remaining 2 clicks on the shifter. The front shifter is not indexed, so it will work with anything... for my double chainring Shimano set up, 2 clicks work fine. Now that have grown used to it, I prefer the Campy shifters over my old ones. I've been riding with this hybrid set up since last June (2013), so here are my observations...

Campy shifters compared with Shimano and SRAM are less bulky; they do not look all that much different from traditional brake levers. The shape of the hoods has 'little horns' on the top that you can grab and use like aero-bars with your forearms resting on the handlebars. Campy uses thumb lever to upshift and a paddle behind the brake lever to downshift the rear derailleur (opposite is true for the front); I don't find this better or worse than the other guys, just different. The clicks are louder than Shimano (fans like to say the clicks are "are more positive", but I just think it is a placebo effect).
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