2015 Campagnolo groups?

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sedluk
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by sedluk

Here is some of the latest news on the 2015 groups.

http://www.bikerumor.com/2014/06/23/2015-campagnolo-chorus-eps-super-record-mechanical-tech-overview-actual-weights/

I have seen that the SR RD will work with a 11-29 cassette but no details and no mention of a SR 11-29 cassette.

And the big question is when can we buy it.

nlouthan
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by nlouthan

I haven't seen any mention of the SR chain or cassette changing. Anyone know for sure?

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nlouthan wrote:I haven't seen any mention of the SR chain or cassette changing. Anyone know for sure?

Chain is and always has been Record. Cassette ratio will be available in Chorus, Record & Super Record. If you check the spare part numbers of 11-25, 11-27 & 12-27, you'll see that all an 11-27 is is a combination of the two earlier cassettes.

ColnagoJohn
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by ColnagoJohn

when do we think a 2nd version of super record and record eps will be released?
Really want eps but would sooner wait if its gonna be 2016. Also any dates for availability of mechanical super record 2015?

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by fogman

So if and when I decide to upgrade from 2014 SR mechanical to 20(??) SR EPS, I can still use my current cranks and chainrings? Just buy the "upgrade" kit (shifters, front & rear derailleurs, and battery)?
It's all downhill from here, except for the uphills.

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by Butcher

I did. Only updated the shifting components [SR11 to SR EPS]. When I updated my Chorus 11 to Athena EPS, I even stuck with the Record 10 aluminum crank. The only difference was that EPS shifted more precise.

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