NEW carbon shifter clamps for Sram, Campagnolo and Shimano

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
SQUICCHI
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by SQUICCHI

Hello, guys since today officially I present a new superlight product for the fans of lightweight bikes.

Carbon clamps for Sram shifter. Only 13 grams for the pair included titanium screws and nuts. The lightest in the world, more than the Schmolke ones.

The weight of the original one is 34 gr for the pair. You save 21 gr.

For SRAM Red(09-12) Force(10-13) Rival(09-13) Apex 2x10 Spd Shifter Lever Clamp.

Compatible with Campagnolo and Shimano shifters as well.

Sold in 1 pair

Absolutely secure, I tested them for 1 year. They must be tightened at 5 Nm.

I sell immediately (the first pair is available for sale) on this forum under request at the price of 75 pounds. Payment via Paypal. I can ship everywhere.

If you need to contact me, please use this email: a.campenni@hotmail.it

Please have a look at the pictures.

Thank you,

Andrea
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beanbiken
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by beanbiken

Look nicely made, quite substantial..........
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Cemicar
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by Cemicar

Perhaps there is a not small demand for the latest Shimano shifters too, as the Schmolke ones are now not compatible with them...

Mep
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by Mep

Can you tell us more about how they are made? What kind of testing did you do?

SQUICCHI
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by SQUICCHI

Hello guys, thank you for your interest.

At the moment they are compatible only with Sram Apex, Rival, Force and Sram Red.

I can not tell you if they are compatible with Shimano and Campagnolo because I never used them.
Please help me with some picture showing the differences.
If anybody has an experience of clamps Campagnolo and Shimano I’ll be happy to listen advises.
Also please tell me if the old sram clamps are compatible with the new Sram22. I didn’t try yet.

The clamps have been made by myself in London, with an aluminium mould built for them. Very soon I’ll post a picture on the first post.

Thank you, Andrea.

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Klaster_1
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by Klaster_1

This is really awesome, wish you made this product a bit earlier, I had to resort to lever modification in order to fit Schmolke clamps to ST-R9120. By the way, Schomlke clamps are 10.2g.

tabl10s
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by tabl10s

SQUICCHI wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 12:09 am
Hello, guys since today officially I present a new superlight product for the fans of lightweight bikes.

Carbon clamps for Sram shifter. Only 13 grams for the pair included titanium screws and nuts. The lightest in the world, more than the Schmolke ones.

The weight of the original one is 34 gr for the pair. You save 21 gr.

For SRAM Red(09-12) Force(10-13) Rival(09-13) Apex 2x10 Spd Shifter Lever Clamp.

Sold in 1 pair

Absolutely secure, I tested them for 1 year. They must be tightened at 5 Nm.

I sell immediately (the first pair is available for sale) on this forum under request at the price of 75 pounds. Payment via Paypal. I can ship everywhere.

Please have a look at the pictures.

Thank you,

Andrea
What's the weight of the OEM clamps?
Last edited by tabl10s on Sat Mar 09, 2019 3:33 am, edited 1 time in total.
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trimenc
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by trimenc

I know you said they work with Sram Red, but do they work with Red eTap? I don't know the difference between the two, if there is any.

Mep
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by Mep

In the first post you said they must be tightened at 5Nm. What happens if you don't?

Many of us run ultralight handlebars that have torque specs lower than that. For example I tighten my stem bolts just below 4Nm.

MichaelK
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by MichaelK

SQUICCHI wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 8:41 am
Hello guys, thank you for your interest.

At the moment they are compatible only with Sram Apex, Rival, Force and Sram Red.

I can not tell you if they are compatible with Shimano and Campagnolo because I never used them.
Please help me with some picture showing the differences.
If anybody has an experience of clamps Campagnolo and Shimano I’ll be happy to listen advises.
Also please tell me if the old sram clamps are compatible with the new Sram22. I didn’t try yet.

The clamps have been made by myself in London, with an aluminium mould built for them. Very soon I’ll post a picture on the first post.

Thank you, Andrea.
If you want to borrow some Shimano shifters/clamps let me know.

SQUICCHI
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by SQUICCHI

tabl10s wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 11:32 am
SQUICCHI wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 12:09 am
Hello, guys since today officially I present a new superlight product for the fans of lightweight bikes.

Carbon clamps for Sram shifter. Only 13 grams for the pair included titanium screws and nuts. The lightest in the world, more than the Schmolke ones.

The weight of the original one is 34 gr for the pair. You save 21 gr.

For SRAM Red(09-12) Force(10-13) Rival(09-13) Apex 2x10 Spd Shifter Lever Clamp.

Sold in 1 pair

Absolutely secure, I tested them for 1 year. They must be tightened at 5 Nm.

I sell immediately (the first pair is available for sale) on this forum under request at the price of 75 pounds. Payment via Paypal. I can ship everywhere.

Please have a look at the pictures.

Thank you,

Andrea
What's the weight of the the OEM clamps?
34gr for the pair

SQUICCHI
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by SQUICCHI

trimenc wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 3:40 pm
I know you said they work with Sram Red, but do they work with Red eTap? I don't know the difference between the two, if there is any.
Sorry I can not reply you at the moment, I tried them only the shifters Sram APEX, RIVAL, FORCE and RED (not 2013 version).

SQUICCHI
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by SQUICCHI

Mep wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 4:07 pm
In the first post you said they must be tightened at 5Nm. What happens if you don't?

Many of us run ultralight handlebars that have torque specs lower than that. For example, I tighten my stem bolts just below 4Nm.
Hello, on my bicycle I use MCFK road handlebar which is 4Nm. I'm using these clamps with no problems at all, but I recommend to use grease for carbon fiber.

SQUICCHI
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by SQUICCHI

MichaelK wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 4:44 pm
SQUICCHI wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 8:41 am
Hello guys, thank you for your interest.

At the moment they are compatible only with Sram Apex, Rival, Force and Sram Red.

I can not tell you if they are compatible with Shimano and Campagnolo because I never used them.
Please help me with some picture showing the differences.
If anybody has an experience of clamps Campagnolo and Shimano I’ll be happy to listen advises.
Also please tell me if the old sram clamps are compatible with the new Sram22. I didn’t try yet.

The clamps have been made by myself in London, with an aluminium mould built for them. Very soon I’ll post a picture on the first post.

Thank you, Andrea.
If you want to borrow some Shimano shifters/clamps let me know.
Thank you mate, any help by you and the other guys would be great! If may you send me a broken shifter with original clamps (Shimano, Campagnolo and Sram (version after 2013), would be great!

Thank you in advcance,

Andrea

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by C36

tabl10s wrote:
SQUICCHI wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 12:09 am
Hello, guys since today officially I present a new superlight product for the fans of lightweight bikes.

Carbon clamps for Sram shifter. Only 13 grams for the pair included titanium screws and nuts. The lightest in the world, more than the Schmolke ones.

The weight of the original one is 34 gr for the pair. You save 21 gr.

For SRAM Red(09-12) Force(10-13) Rival(09-13) Apex 2x10 Spd Shifter Lever Clamp.

Sold in 1 pair

Absolutely secure, I tested them for 1 year. They must be tightened at 5 Nm.

I sell immediately (the first pair is available for sale) on this forum under request at the price of 75 pounds. Payment via Paypal. I can ship everywhere.

Please have a look at the pictures.

Thank you,

Andrea
What's the weight of the the OEM clamps?
He mentions 34g on his first post. Guess they are steel. Dura ace are 23 (10 for the 2 Ti bands and 13 for the “screw” assembly).


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