Interesting comment about campy not being the perfect shifter. I rose shimano for a single year and it was tuned properly. It shifted well and without issues. Outside of that single year, I’ve had campy for 20+ years and has simply being flawless the entire time. I do all my installs and tuning as of the last few years and will admit I’m mediocre to ok at best. Despite that handicap, all my groups (10, pre, and post 2015 11sp) work flawlessly. Even better is that stuff last forever, doesn’t require readjusting often if at all, and even when swapping cassettes and different wheels it all works just the same. Can only imagine what it’d feel if tuned by a pro with more patience than me.Imaking20 wrote:I'll admit it's a bit of a struggle going from perfect shifting to riding Campy - which is why I'd picked up another 9150 group to put on the Dogma.
No dedicated wheels. The wheels all swap between bikes without issue. All are running SRAM cassettes except the Nemesis which have a Campy FH
Not trying to sway you either way. Enjoy the bike and ride them. In the end, it is all petty and small differences as they all work more than well enough!!!