New dura-ace R9100

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durianrider
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by durianrider

I can confirm a DA branded disc caliper and lever will be out in a few months.
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kakan
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by kakan

The sti-levers är super sweet. no bigger than the current mechanical.

Its gonna be ant+ functions on the di2

powermeter thats reminds a lot of the panasonic.

11-speed... no wireless.

and all new wheels with wide profile.

shimano xt also going di2...

I saw all this stuff 2 months ago ;)


wingguy
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by wingguy

deek wrote:Cassette and crankset seem relatively unchanged other than the powermeter option


Wut? the crank looks totally different. Looks more like XTR9000 than DA9000.

Now, this would be radical for Shimano but I'm wondering with the long mech cage as well if the new DA will have the same modular crank 2x or 1x chainring compatibility as XTR and XT...

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by deek

I wouldn't call a different color a significant change...

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by weeshuggy

Another spy shot, this time with rim brakes.
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wingguy
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by wingguy

deek wrote:I wouldn't call a different color a significant change...


I wouldn't call a different colour a significant change either. Nevertheless, the crank looks significantly different.

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by CBJ

Hydro canti brakes in that pic?

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by btompkins0112

Looks to be direct mount hydro....not sure the appeal there.

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brake levers, are something different?

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by ergott

I see cable ends.

In the other trade show pic I see what appears to be the brake release of their cable brakes. I think it's just an aero brake caliper using standard cable.

glam2deaf
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by glam2deaf

Yeah there is a cable coming out of that brake, and a tension adjuster.

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Colin
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by Colin

Heard through the grapevine of a new junction box that uses bluetooth to connect to a new e-tube app on an iphone/ipad.

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by glam2deaf

Colin wrote:Heard through the grapevine of a new junction box that uses bluetooth to connect to a new e-tube app on an iphone/ipad.


Would be a great idea, especially if the PM did too. Would make for a tidy complete package. Update all your firmware/made adjustments all from one app.


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