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Campagnolo Super Record 12 Speed Front Derailleur
Campagnolo Super Record 12 Speed Front Derailleur
Campagnolo Super Record 12 Speed Front Derailleur

Campagnolo
Super Record 12 Speed Front Derailleur

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The future is now.

The new-for-2018 Campagnolo Super Record Front Derailleur was totally redesigned to work flawlessly with the new 12-speed drivetrain, with a focus on functionality and performance. Introducing many new techniques and technologies, starting with the leverage systems designed to speed up shifts. Less effort is needed to shift owing to the split front connecting rod, which prevents contact with the travel limit screw. Whilst the shape of the inner cage plate is engineered to guarantee maximum readiness for upshifting, the external monolith body in carbon fibre has been shaped to enhance the efficiency of the chain movement when going uphill and the readiness and fluidity in descent.

The Campagnolo Super Record 12 Speed Front Derailleur is compatible with other Super Record 2x12 components.


Features:

  • Forged aluminum and unidirectional carbon fiber construction for superior efficiency.
  • Compatible with tires up to 32mm in width.
  • Provides more effective and accurate shifting movement with less effort.
  • Revised leverage system improves shifting performance.
  • Gearing: 2x12.
  • Claimed weight: 79g.
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