Campag Record Noise



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Glaucman

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I have a 2002 Record 10 with 53/39 and a 12-25 cassette. The current chain is a Wipperman stainless
with about 1000 miles. The cassettes have less than 1000 miles on them. The chain measures within
tolerance. If and only if when I stand on the pedals I get a noise from the three lowest (21-23-25)
gears. It matters not which chainring I'm in. I swap out the wheelsets and the noise remains. This
noise appeared suddenly about three weeks ago.

I have already greased the freehub and tightened the locknut securely and after the wheel swap today
I am unsure where to go from here. The frame is a Serotta Legend Ti (titanium).

Thanks in advance.

Henry
 
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Kenny Lee

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GlaucMan wrote:
> I have a 2002 Record 10 with 53/39 and a 12-25 cassette. The current chain is a Wipperman
> stainless with about 1000 miles. The cassettes have less than 1000 miles on them. The chain
> measures within tolerance. If and only if when I stand on the pedals I get a noise from the three
> lowest (21-23-25) gears. It matters not which chainring I'm in. I swap out the wheelsets and the
> noise remains. This noise appeared suddenly about three weeks ago.
>
> I have already greased the freehub and tightened the locknut securely and after the wheel swap
> today I am unsure where to go from here. The frame is a Serotta Legend Ti (titanium).
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Henry
Just a guess. Maybe the noise is coming from your pedals or chainring bolts. Or maybe your frame is
flexing when under stress causing the chain to rub on the FD.

Kenny Lee
 
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Qui Si Parla Ca

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drmcq-<< I have a 2002 Record 10 with 53/39 and a 12-25 cassette. The current chain is a Wipperman
stainless with about 1000 miles. The cassettes have less than 1000 miles on them. The chain measures
within tolerance. If and only if when I stand on the pedals I get a noise from the three lowest (21-23-
25) gears. >><BR><BR>

I would have somebody that 'qui si parla Campagnolo' take the right lever apart to see if EC-RE-111
has a broken post. When this thing breaks(common, easy to fix) it makes if diffucult to impossible
for the rear der to be adjusted well.

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Glaucman

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Kenny Lee wrote:
> Just a guess. Maybe the noise is coming from your pedals or chainring bolts. Or maybe your frame
> is flexing when under stress causing the chain to rub on the FD.

Nope it's not the FD I checked and also it makes noise in the large chainring as well as the small.

I will investigate the pedals/chainring bolts.

Thanks

Henry
 
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Glaucman

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I put on a new Campag Chorus cassette and the noise is gone. I guess that the ti gears(19-21) (23-
25) in the 12-25 cassette wear at a different rate than the steel gears. Anyway I ordered a new
Record cassette and Campag chain and will remember this experence for future reference.

Thanks for all the input.
 
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Neacalban1

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>Anyway I ordered a new Record cassette and Campag chain and will remember this experence for future
>reference.

I had a record Ti/Steel which didnt last all that long either. if so, why order another one??
 
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