After having ridden on Campy V3 EPS for a while now, I do notice something which I am not sure if it is a features for EPS.
I realised that if my rear mech is in one of the 1st 3 smallest cogs and when i try to shift my front from the small chainring to the larger , there seems to be a 2 step movement. Meaning the front derailleur first move close to the chain before pushing it to the larger chainring. And this happen when your rear mech is in one of the 1st 3 smallest cogs.
Not sure if any EPS user here notice the same?
Hope to keep this channel answering EPS related questions for everyone.
It's a good thought ... but wherever possible, it's better that people visit their Campagnolo ProShop, to be honest ... the ProShops should be right up to date with the latest information from the factory and whilst I do answer questions here, as do some of my colleagues from other parts of Campagnolo or from ProShops, it's always strongly preferable to have the bike available - it's very hard be a "remote bike mechanic" ... 9 times out of 10, it's easier to see the problem than to respond to a query on a forum.
In your case, if the bike has been in one of those three sprockets for some time, do you still get the two-step movement, or does this only occur shortly after you have shifted from sprocket 7 to sprocket 8 (counting the smallest as "sprocket 1" and the biggest as "sprocket 11") - so making arear shift and a front shift in quick succession?
Does the system do it in all shift settings, or only when set up in "Race", so the straight out of the box set-up?
Does the system do it if you put the system into Shift Assist?
Does the system do it in all Shift modes Hard, Medium and Soft?