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PostPosted: Wed Oct 23, 2013 4:40 am 
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Search turned up little unfortunately. Are there any differences in Campagnolo Record 11 parts throughout the years? From the red graphics onwards, not sure what year that started. '10 maybe?

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No real changes, just additions. So the 11-27 cassette ratio last year and 52/36 compact.


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Good to hear. I've been finding some deals on used record 11 stuff from the earlier years. Just wanted to make sure there hasn't been any significant changes.

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If it is the version without red graphics it has weaker springs in the rear mech and less positive indents in the shifter making for softer feeling in the lever. Chainrings are different using 2 piece bolts instead of threading into the ring.


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It's the red accent.

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The original (2009?) 11 speed chainrings are not the same as the "XPSS" rings from 2011ish onward, like ultimobici said.

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ultimobici wrote:
If it is the version without red graphics it has weaker springs in the rear mech and less positive indents in the shifter making for softer feeling in the lever.

That isn't entirely correct. There were running changes to the 2010 (white graphics) ergos and rear derailleur -

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=90118


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