Campagnolo 12-Speed

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bm0p700f wrote:
Tue Jan 14, 2020 1:25 am
Also the camapagnolo more popular cassettes in 11 speed are 11 32 paired with semi compact or compact Chainsets.
The Campagnolo 11-32 cassette was released with the first generation (non-HO) Potenza medium cage derailleur, and it was labelled first as "Potenza" cassette and now as "Campagnolo 11". It has never been available as a Chorus/Record/Super-Record level cassette.

Are you saying this cassette has outsold all others? I find this very difficut to believe.


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AJS914 wrote:
Mon Jan 13, 2020 5:46 pm
I've been a Campy fan all my life but I'm thinking that if Dura Ace came my way I might try it.
A Shimano 11 11-28 doesn't even have a 16 t. My guess is that the REALLY BIG IMPROVEMENT (gesticulation with a small hand applies here) with DA 12 speed will be the inclusion of a 16t cog.
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Kjetil wrote:
AJS914 wrote:
Mon Jan 13, 2020 5:46 pm
I've been a Campy fan all my life but I'm thinking that if Dura Ace came my way I might try it.
A Shimano 11 11-28 doesn't even have a 16 t. My guess is that the REALLY BIG IMPROVEMENT (gesticulation with a small hand applies here) with DA 12 speed will be the inclusion of a 16t cog.
The Campagnolo crowd will be very upset with this nice flat range.

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by WESTMOTORSPORTS

Cycling news just reviewed Viviani's De Rosa SK and reported that he is running a 11-29 on his Campagnolo 12s v4 setup. There just might be a light at the end of the tunnel for new gear ratios!

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Uhhh OK. I’ve been running Campy 12s 11-29 since July last year...

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That is what I was thinking. They have two cassettes, 11-29 and 11-32.

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by DaveS

Actually three cassettes 11-29, 11-32 and 11-34, in SR and Chorus models. They all have 1T shifts up to the 17.

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Working at a bespoke builder that sells more Campag than most shops, I’m in a position to comment on the split of cassette sales.

The vast majority of customers opt for 11-27 or bigger in Campag. Sram is almost exclusively 11-28 or 11-32 unless they’re on clearance, similarly with Shimano we see 11-28 or 11-32 rapidly becoming the default choice.

With chainsets it’s the same. 53/39 is so slow we can barely justify stocking it. More often than not we were selling them off cheap years later!

Ex team bikes always had 53/39 but invariably we would have to swap the chainset out for a compact or more recently mid compact. With the advent of single size spiders this has now become a simpler ring swap.

Bottom line is it is not financially viable to produce smaller cassettes for a tiny percentage of riders who “must” have a straight through block.


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Need help! I am buying Super Record 12 speed EPS Groupset. It comes with external junction box. I will most likely buy the Bar End Junction box for clean wiring. Do I need to buy addition specific wiring (like for Di2 bar end junction you nedd a Y connector)??

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by tarkus

i had to...at starbike they have an dedicated article for it.
whole set should come on monday ;)

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@Tarkus, can you please share the link for the y connector?? Thanks much!

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by tarkus

don't know about y connector. but starbike-support told me for handlebar interface i need this cable stuff:

https://www.starbike.com/de/campagnolo- ... ermontage/

there is a specific one for downtube as well.


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by jgpallero

Hi,

Apparently, Campagnolo only has 11-29 and 11-32 cassettes for their 12s groupsets. Until now, Miche has compatible stuff up tp 11s in order to personalize it. Anyone knows any other companies producing compatible Campagnolo cassettes? I'm looking for a 12-25 and 12-27 12 speed ones

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A 12 25 would be 1t steps till the 23.. Who actually needs that?

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tarkus wrote:
Sat Jan 18, 2020 3:59 pm
don't know about y connector. but starbike-support told me for handlebar interface i need this cable stuff:

https://www.starbike.com/de/campagnolo- ... ermontage/

there is a specific one for downtube as well.


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Yep.. the DTI and the cables are 2 seperate packages... the "Y" connector being talked about has one cable for the connection to the battery, the other one runs from the DTI, short end goes to your right ergo lever, the other end goes to the left ergo lever.. Campy's routing shows the cables all running outside the bars up to the levers, I have everything internal on both my Aerofly 2 bars... I just fed everything in from the rightside, used the cable magnet guide to "feed" things out... PITA yes.. but everythings inside..
https://www.campagnolo.com/media/files/ ... 19_ENG.pdf

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