Dura Ace 9000 - ETA late 2012/early 2013

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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2ndgen
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by 2ndgen

brearley wrote:http://www.bikerumor.com/2012/01/15/hydraulic-shimano-dura-ace-brake-lever-leaked/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

think this is more possible


I think that's an operational prototype.
(not for the market)

But I did see shifters from on the original site that I lost (where I got the pic from)
that were wider and the lettering on it was much bigger.
And they were far lighter gray than 7900 shifters.

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2ndgen
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by 2ndgen

7900/Di2 owners...

Which of these pictures "don't" look familiar to you?

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(I think these are Campy Electric)

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UPDATE: False alarm, it’s not from Shimano. The good news? We’ve found the source of this item. Hit the ‘more’ tab and see what’s up…
:smartass:

Zitter
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by Zitter

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new dura ace wheels?

andyindo
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by andyindo

doubt it. Sky have been using rims of their choice for a while now...

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by Mario Jr.

I like my 7900... :sorry:

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by Coolvdp

Zitter wrote:Image

new dura ace wheels?


Maybe a test of rims ? Because hubs are, i think generic...

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2ndgen
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by 2ndgen

Are those 7800 cranks & 7810 pedals?

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by ms6073

I think there is a SRM Power Control in front of the bars so maybe that is an older DA 7800 SRM?
Michael - The Anaerobic Threshold is neither...

Zitter
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by Zitter

i dont think there's a 7900 SRM so they use the 7800 w/ 7900 rings

but yeah, looks like 7800 pedals, guess he doesn't like the 7900 carbon pedals

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2ndgen
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by 2ndgen

Zitter wrote:i dont think there's a 7900 SRM so they use the 7800 w/ 7900 rings

but yeah, looks like 7800 pedals, guess he doesn't like the 7900 carbon pedals


Another "7800 Diehard".
7810's are beauties.

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by BdaGhisallo

Yep they are. And since that pic looks to be from the 2011 Tour Down Under, I don't expect you'll see anything unexpected there.

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