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Campagnolo
Chorus Rear Derailleur 11spd

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Pro-level performance, amateur-friendly price.

Featuring a completely new design, the Campagnolo Chorus 11 rear derailleur now brings the same internals as its bigger siblings, the Record and Super Record groupsets. Featuring the same parallelogram design, updated cable pull ratio and redesigned internal springs, now the only practical difference between Chorus and Record and Super Record is a little bit of weight from the difference in materials. How much weight, you ask? Well, between Chorus and Record it’s a mere 13 grams, between Chorus and Super Record it’s 17 grams.

The redesigned parallelogram mechanism now moves at a different angle relative to the cassette as it shifts, keeping the chain at the same distance regardless of the gear combination. This results in better power transfer, improved traction and greater durability. The internal springs also sport a rectangular cross-section, resulting in much more crisp and immediate shifting.

The Chorus rear derailleur looks incredibly good, thanks to the carbon fiber parallelogram and cage you’ll look pro as you line up at the starting line.The upper and lower body of the derailleur is made of a lightweight and durable technopolymer that will stand up to the elements as well as the abuse of racing and training.

The Campagnolo Chorus 11 rear derailleur is only compatible with other Campagnolo Super Record, Record or Chorus drivetrains from 2015 or newer.

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