mgordon wrote:Do you see what I see?
Yes. The front derailleur's cable is all mangled and will probably fray.
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mgordon wrote:Standard 5-bolt "New Red" chainrings!
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VNTech wrote:blantonator wrote:Great write up! One final question. I see you tested a Dura-Ace FD as well. If you have the <2012 SRAM Red group and just want to upgrade the front derailleur, which gives the best upgrade, dura-ace or new red?
PoorCyclist wrote:does anyone know how to setup the chain catcher, seems like the chain can fall right through. I set it up so it doesn't rub the chain in the small/big. But the geometry isn't really as good as the K-edge. Big gap between the inner ring and the catcher.
Actually the chain did fall through (see below) and I was not able to grab the chain back up until I remove the catcher.
The chain dropped while going FROM small to big ring. It was dragging and then it fell off. Using older crank not exogram. Is the spacing on the exogram closer, because seems like the FD is going vertical rapidly? I still say ignore the SRAM line for setting up and setting the FD as low as possible, which seemed to solve the problem
refthimos wrote:Any updates on how the 2012 yaw FD works with Rotor Q-rings?