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Dura-Ace Di2 ST-R9150 Shifters

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The feel of Dura Ace Di2 shift / brake levers has never been better than with the ST-R9150 shifter set. Improved tactile feedback reduces vagueness when shifting in chaotic situations or with thick winter gloves on. The rubber material on the hoods has been refined for more confident grip, and the profile is almost identical to that of the hydraulic brake R9170 version for racers switching between bikes for different course conditions.

Hidden buttons at the tops of the hoods can be programmed to control shifting, computer display screens, or other functions. Multi-shift can be toggled on for each individual button on the lever. And compatibility with Shimano's Synchro Shift allows the front derailleur to shift automatically with the rear derailleur.

Compatible with 11-speed cassettes, double chainring cranksets, and mechanical brakes.

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So far the best shifters for DI 2
by Kaltech
Cycling Enthusiast
Tenafly N.J.
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These feel much better then the old shifters, no phantom shifts while out of the saddle and the buttons are easier to use!

Reviewed 4/10/2017
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