3T Aeronova with Campy levers

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russianbear
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by russianbear

Any Aeronova owners out there riding campagnolo? I'm curious how the levers play with that bar. Is it similar to the ergonova?

markyboy
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by markyboy

I had the ergonova then moved to the aeronova,feels the same to me.
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audiojan
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I used Aeronova's for two season with Campy Record EPS and Ergonova before then. Fits perfect and no issues at all; very similar to Ergonova.
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spud
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by spud

running campy mech on aeronova. very happy with the combo, mechanics work fine. Only drawback is that corners can foul my wrists when sprinting in the drops, and you can't compensate by rotating the bars further forward because then the tops become uncomfortable at the back edge. But I like the combo enough that I would not change it.

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by cmcdonnell

I'd be curious to see some pics of new style Campy levers on ST bars. I can't get my Campy SR11 levers in the right position on my Deda Superlegerro or Superzero bars. The lever cannot be moved high enough to allow the bar to sit in the correct position. Shame because the old Deda Newton shallows were perfect for Campy levers albiet Campy 10.
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russianbear
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by russianbear

Good to hear all around. Anyone have pictures, preferably from the side.

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jekyll man
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by jekyll man

russianbear wrote:Good to hear all around. Anyone have pictures, preferably from the side.



I'll post up a pic or 2 later today. I'm using aeronova and the older iteration SR11 shifters. Dont think there's any difference in the shape other than the thumb paddle.

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russianbear
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by russianbear

Looks great! Same gen levers I have. Did you happen to weigh them before install?

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@ russianbear
From memory they were 190 or 195g. Thats for size 40.

It looks from the pix as though there's a bit of a lump and not a smooth transition from the tops onto the hoods, but its an optical illusion, (or at least its not noticible in practice), i set them up fairly flat.
Cable runs are fine and i have no shifting problems.
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