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  • Unless you want tbe added range I'd say it wouldn't be a great use of money. Your sr11 will be good for a fair few years yet.

  • Many more cassette ratio options with 11 still, too.

  • And cross compatibility with Shimano 11 speed parts and wheels.

  • hi timmah!

    I'm considering using my 11sp record shifters on a build like that. I want a 11-50 on the back, and I've been wandering if the new Deore 11sp (51t max) will talk to the campys using a shiftmate 7.

    What RD are you using? The little research I've done suggst the geometry of Shimano rear RD's is the same for 10, 11 and 12... or at least close enough. My fear is that "close enough" RD geometry plus "close enough" shiftmate cable pull modification will result in terrible shifting.

    I've also got a bar-end on that bike so could just use it+ the campys for braking, but...

    But I love shimergos!

  • 10s deore long cage with an 11-42 sunrace cassette.

  • 10s deore long cage

    Thankyou. Probably will give it a try, if I dont like the shifmate thingy I'll go back to friction bar end... not much investment. Will post pics now that I started posting here (long time lurking around!).

  • Thanks mate, and likewise @leggyblonde and @JB. Now I just need to bag a chainset in 50/34

  • 10spd (Centaur carbon groupset) shifter question if I may?
    When I drop the rear mech into the lowest (largest) cog, then try and shift up, the ratchet in the lever doesn't engage; so I end up having to tug the cable to get it to click up / engage.
    It happens whether I'm in the large or small front ring.
    Where's the problem likely to be? Cable tension, the mechanism in the shifter body, gremlins?
    Of course I should really just not use the 30t cog and htfu, but I'm tired and old.
    All suggestion welcome.

  • Sounds like the shifter ratchet is dead. A very common problem with 10spd when campag switched to cheap vinyl for the ratchet material. I’ve had to replace a veloce set for this reason. I think you can get it repaired if you have the time and willpower.

  • Gah, what a pain. Thank you.

  • Just a thought but I think 29t is the recommended max for Campagnolo short cage so 30t might be causing some issues unless you have a medium cage, maybe look at B tension screw should be about 5mm gap between cassette and jockey wheel?

  • Ah, I’ll try that first and report back.

  • This is correct RE max capacity

  • I'm desperately on the hunt for a pair of 11 speed >2015 ergo levers, ideally record or super record. Annoyingly I'd bought some recently and myhermes managed to lose the parcel. If anyone can help please give me a shout, I've tried the wanted ads but without much luck, thanks!

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