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Campagnolo
Super Record 12 Speed Rear Derailleur

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A masterpiece unveiled.

Campagnolo's new Super Record 12X2 Speed rear derailleur can be described as a sculpture with an innovative shape that uses 3D Embrace technology to better cradle the smaller sprockets. The technology serves a double purpose: it enables the chain to maintain optimum traction at all times, thus increasing the speed, power and precision of shifting; it also ensures that the rear derailleur is always at an ideal distance from the sprockets. The rocker arm was optimised to interface with sprockets that have from 11 to 32 teeth, thus requiring only one version for all of the sprocket packs available. The upper body of the new Super Record™ 12X2 Speed rear derailleur is made of technopolymer plastic reinforced with carbon fibre, which contributes to the robustness and lightness of the component, whilst the titanium stop screw ensures a reduction in weight and matches even better with the technical and aesthetic aspects of the component.


Features:

  • Optimized spring return absorbs vibration ensuring proper chain positioning all ride long.
  • 12-tooth jockey wheel on rocker arm ensures constant chain tension across a wide range of cassette sizes.
  • Easy adjustability for optimal fit.
  • Removable upper body pivot for total compatibility.
  • Weight: 181g.
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