Emonda Di2 cable lengths

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Ride2500
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by Ride2500

Hi,
could anyone tell me please the correct Di2 cable lengths for an Emonda Slr framesize 60.

Thx in advance

Ride2500

alcatraz
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by alcatraz

Have you checked the manual?

When I cabled a madone the lengths were specified for each frame size down to the millimeter.

by Weenie


Ride2500
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by Ride2500

I don't have the frame yet and couldn't find an emonda manual online. If someone could post the manual it would be great.

Visus
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by Visus

As far as I know there is no manual for the Emonda, it's too "basic" :lol:
If you find one please forward it to me ;)

If you wan't to be on the safe side go for a "universal kit"

1x 1400 (BB stowed Junction B to Handlebarend EW910)
1x 300 (?, depending on Handlebar, Shifter to EW910)
1x 600-700 (Between Shifters, depending on handlebar)
1x 500 (Junction B to FD)
1x 750 (Junction B to RD)
1x 900 (? not sure about this one, factor in the integrated seatmast (Depending on Seatheight or 2x shorter with JC200 for travel setup, Junction B to Seatpost stowed Battery)

DartanianX
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by DartanianX

For the seatpost, the battery sits in the seat mast, not in the seat cap. So doesn’t need to be super long.

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Ride2500
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by Ride2500

Thx. Maybe it would make sense to put junction B in the seat tube to be able to access it for maintenance without removing the BB. Would just take some longer cables than standard. Have to look into that. It's a shame they didn't make a removable cover on the down tube. Makes things so much easier.

DeeHubbs
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by DeeHubbs

Ride2500 wrote:
Sun Jul 07, 2019 3:39 pm
Thx. Maybe it would make sense to put junction B in the seat tube to be able to access it for maintenance without removing the BB. Would just take some longer cables than standard. Have to look into that. It's a shame they didn't make a removable cover on the down tube. Makes things so much easier.
You should never need to touch/access the B-junction once the original install is done. Its a just a 4-way passive/dumb plug.
I have 3 bikes with Di2 and have never needed to touch the B-Junction.

Ride2500
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by Ride2500

Would have agreed. But I just had a power failure on my Roubaix a couple of weeks ago. No clear cause was found but it felt very reassuring to replug all cables. Junction B can be accessed through an opening under the BB without dismantling anything.

by Weenie


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