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Shimano Dura Ace Di2 9070 11Spd Rear £172.85 @ ShopTo
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Shimano Dura Ace Di2 9070 11Spd Rear £172.85 @ ShopTo

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Posted 14th Mar

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Not cheap, but worth it if you want pro quality RRP is £449. It says low availability on the website so don't hang about if you want to buy one.

Shimano Dura Ace Di2 9070 11Spd Rear Gear. - Digital Integrated Intelligence or Di2: with programmed automatic motion at the touch of a switch the Dura-Ace Di2 rear derailleur is quick, smooth and effortless, making for unmatched drivetrain efficiency. - Programmed automatic motion at the touch of...

Shimano Dura Ace Di2 9070 11Spd Rear Gear. - Digital Integrated Intelligence or Di2: with programmed automatic motion at the touch of a switch the Dura-Ace Di2 rear derailleur is quick, smooth and effortless, making for unmatched drivetrain efficiency. - Programmed automatic motion at the touch of a switch makes this derailleur quick, smooth and effortless to shift. - The removal of traditional mechanical cables in favour of electrical wires not only eliminates poor shifting caused by contaminates, corrosion and stretching. - Derailleur contains a saver (fuse) function, where the inner structure is protected from strong impacts. - 11-28T wide gear ratio capacity will cater for compact setups as well as the traditional road double. - Full carbon fibre inner and outer pulley plates enhance rigidity and reduce weight. - Titanium B axle bolt for further weight savings. - High tolerance cold forged aluminium link plates and body construction is extremely light and durable. - Four self-lubricating micro-machined fluorine-coated link pivot bushings provide low-friction shifting. - Pulleys are made of tough DuPont Zytel for longer life and less chain noise. - 11-speed E-tube Di2 compatible. - Max front difference: 16T. - Total capacity: 33T. - Weight is 217 grams.
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Does it make sense to try and hunt for the individual parts? I need/want the whole groupset including the hydraulic levers so I think I'll be better off buying hte whole set?
xchaotic17/03/2020 16:32

Does it make sense to try and hunt for the individual parts? I need/want …Does it make sense to try and hunt for the individual parts? I need/want the whole groupset including the hydraulic levers so I think I'll be better off buying hte whole set?



In theory it's probably cheaper to buy the complete groupset if you can get it at a good price, but it might be easier on the credit card if you buy it in dribs and drabs. It would be even cheaper to just buy a complete bike fitted with it from one of big companies.
montyburns5617/03/2020 22:02

In theory it's probably cheaper to buy the complete groupset if you can …In theory it's probably cheaper to buy the complete groupset if you can get it at a good price, but it might be easier on the credit card if you buy it in dribs and drabs. It would be even cheaper to just buy a complete bike fitted with it from one of big companies.


A whole new bike doesn't pass the wife test
xchaotic23/03/2020 19:35

A whole new bike doesn't pass the wife test



That's why it's a good idea to buy the groupset individually as you can sneak it into the house more easily. "Is that a rear derailleur in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me"
Edited by: "montyburns56" 24th Mar
montyburns5623/03/2020 21:25

That's why it's a good idea to buy the groupset individually as you can …That's why it's a good idea to buy the groupset individually as you can sneak it into the house more easily. "Is that a rear derailleur in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me"


Ok, so I have found a front derailleur from someone else and also ultegra DI2 levers which I fit my setup as I have hydraulic brakes. I assume all I need now is the cables / junction and batteries?
xchaotic26/03/2020 11:01

Ok, so I have found a front derailleur from someone else and also ultegra …Ok, so I have found a front derailleur from someone else and also ultegra DI2 levers which I fit my setup as I have hydraulic brakes. I assume all I need now is the cables / junction and batteries?




To be honest I don't know that much about these new fangled electronic gear shifters.
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