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Shimano
XT Di2 SC-MT800 System Display

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All systems go.

The SC-MT800 System Display is the brains of Shimano's XT Di2 electronic mountain groupset, allowing you to view data, control settings, and connect to the E-Tube Project application to customize your shifting preferences. Bluetooth and ANT+ enabled, the MT800 system display wirelessly connects to smart devices and cycling computers for seamless operation and control anywhere you go.


Details:

  • Displays system status of: battery level, gear position, shift mode and FOX iRD suspension position
  • Toggle audible shift notification chimes
  • Toggle between three Shimano Synchronized Shift modes available (S1/S2/Manual)
  • Digitally adjust front and rear derailleurs and provide numerical adjustment indicator
  • Wireless ANT / Bluetooth communication for customization and data utilization in the field with a smartphone, tablet, and other mobile electronics
  • Battery charging port
  • 3 E-Tube ports
  • D-Fly compatible
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The joy of Di2
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by bobvin
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland

The brains of the mtb Di2 groupIt is a little weird having a small display on the bike, which I don't glance at too much, but being able to program shifting from my iPhone through the eTube system is nifty. Plus you can set a pair of preferences, perhaps a road riding profile and an off-road one. (If, like me, you often use your mtb on the road with a different set of tires.)

Reviewed 7/10/2018
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