Campy with XTR

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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by jdp211

Putting together a cross bike with a Chorus 11 group. Gotta figure out a brake and crank to use with (only have road brakes and standard cranks). Was thinking about using XTR V-Brakes with this setup and was wondering if there was any feedback or guidance as to how I could make this work. As far as a crankset, any 11-speed cross chainrings?

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by ricerocket

Mini-Vs are more suited for the cable pull in road levers.

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by pritchet74

Does anyone have input on the Campy cyclocross brakes? Any good?
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by monty dog

You'd need to use some sort of travel adjuster to use MTB vees with road levers which kinda makes it pointless. If looking at mini-vees, try TRP8.4s as the cable pull is optimised for Campagnolo and SRAM road levers - one of the most powerful rim brakes out there and very easy to set up.
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by scottyroyal

I ran XTR V-brakes on my cross bikes for last couple of years with Campag levers and a problem solver

Worked really well, lots of power, much better than Canti's and more mud clearance than Mini-V's

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