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Shimano Di2 EW-SD50 E-Tube Wire 150mm
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Di2 EW-SD50 E-Tube Wire

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The EW-SD50 E-Tube Wires are the circulatory system of the Ultegra 6770 and Dura-Ace 9070 groupsets.

You'll need four of these to connect the Front Wire/Junction (A) to the Rear Junction Box (B), Battery, Front and Rear Derailleurs (all sold separately). Dura-Ace requires two additional wires because the shifter control wires are not integrated into Front Junction Box (A) as they are with Ultegra. So that makes six total for Dura-Ace 9070 groups, and four total for Ultegra 6770 set ups.

E-Tube wires come in a wide variety of lengths to accommodate every bike out there (tandems too). If you end up with a wire that's slightly too long, it's possible to remove a few cm of slack at the junction box.

The Di2 EW-SD50 E-Tube Wires are sold individually and are compatible with internally or externally routed systems. The SM-GM01 and SM-GM02 Rubber Grommets are recommended for frames with internal cable routing. For external routing, add the SM-EWC2 Wire Covers for a sleek look.

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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.

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Great quality
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by Anonymous

Cable worked get and has tight connection

Reviewed 6/14/2021
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Di2 hidden wires, how many, what lengths?
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by John42
Cycling Enthusiast
Vancouver, WA

Shimano Di2 EW-SD50 E-Tube Wires; YOU NEED about 6 or 7 various lengths. All the components clip together:

It helps to understand the lengths you require, longer is better, if you have room to stuff extra in down-tube. The line through your handlebars may be longer.

Counted 6 wires: In the SEAT TUBE, Battery-WIRE-wireless transmitter-WIRE-Junction Box- Wire-Rear Derailleur. Same Junction Box -WIRE-Plug in device-WIRE-R Shifter- Wire- L Shifter

YES, To connect SHIFTERS: I drilled 2 exit holes (near the plug end) in my carbon handle bars, maybe 8cm from end (Mad Man) or consider other handle bars.

Reviewed 9/15/2020
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Wire, wow pretty pricey
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by jpspyro
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle, WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Uh, what can I say... this is necessary to connect the wireless Di2 module. Is it worth $xx, no way... but a necessary evil.

Reviewed 5/4/2021
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It is just a cable... but you need one to add the Di2 EW-WU111 In-Line Wireless Transmitter
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

It is just a short cable, but very helpful to add the wireless transmitter inline without having to cut any cables or wires.

Reviewed 9/15/2020
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Mandatory
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by Doug
Competitive Racer
New Jersey, USA

I think this should be required for any bike with Di2. Who wants to look at blinking lights to see if your battery is flat? Also enabling the little buttons under the brake hoods is convenient if your Garmin screen andor hands are wet. Only downside, this stuff is expensive for what it is.

Reviewed 8/15/2019
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Was just the rt length for my bars
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by Brettmac

Installed clean and easily

Reviewed 7/2/2018
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