Dura Ace 10 Speed

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  1. Jason Jouet

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    Saw something on LanceArmstrong.com about Dura Ace 10. Anybody else have information?? Thanks, jason
     
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  2. rumor is that for 2004(to be introduced at Interbike 2003) is that DA and maybe ultegra will be
    going to 10s or 11s. A local Div one racer said he saw it in their team van and it was 10s...but he
    didn't count the cogs..

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  3. Ronald

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    What the hype of Shimano 10 speed, Campagnolo has it for years.

    "Jason Jouet" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Saw something on LanceArmstrong.com about Dura Ace 10. Anybody else have information??
    > Thanks, jason
     
  4. Mike S.

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    "Jason Jouet" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Saw something on LanceArmstrong.com about Dura Ace 10. Anybody else have information??
    > Thanks, jason

    I'm wondering if the spacing is going to be similar as it is with the 9s... Can't be too much
    different and still keep the same spacing.

    Mike
     
  5. ronald-<< What the hype of Shimano 10 speed, Campagnolo has it for years.

    Same with triples..Campagnolo had for a long time, people 'noticed' when it came on ultegra and then
    the 'not great DA' application...who knows. There is so much misinformation out there about
    Camp-agnolo ...some view like black art or somethin'

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  6. I'm wondering if they will go with new hub design specs to make everyone who wants to upgrade have
    to buy new wheels (or at least hubs) ala Campy a few years ago.

    -B

    "Mike S." <[email protected]> wrote in news:[email protected]:

    >
    > "Jason Jouet" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    >> Saw something on LanceArmstrong.com about Dura Ace 10. Anybody else have information??
    >> Thanks, jason
    >
    > I'm wondering if the spacing is going to be similar as it is with the
    > 9s... Can't be too much different and still keep the same spacing.
    >
    > Mike
     
  7. Boyd Speerschneider wrote:
    > I'm wondering if they will go with new hub design specs to make everyone who wants to upgrade have
    > to buy new wheels (or at least hubs) ala Campy a few years ago.

    What are you talking about? Campy didn't change their hubs at all when they jumped to 10 speed.

    Mark McMaster [email protected]
     
  8. No, but if you wanted to use a Shimano compatible casette body, you were out of luck until
    conversion casettes were released.

    Mark McMaster <[email protected]> wrote in news:[email protected]:

    > Boyd Speerschneider wrote:
    >> I'm wondering if they will go with new hub design specs to make everyone who wants to upgrade
    >> have to buy new wheels (or at least hubs) ala Campy a few years ago.
    >
    > What are you talking about? Campy didn't change their hubs at all when they jumped to 10 speed.
    >
    > Mark McMaster [email protected]
     
  9. in article [email protected], Boyd Speerschneider at [email protected]
    wrote on 02/17/2003 04:40 PM:

    > No, but if you wanted to use a Shimano compatible casette body, you were out of luck until
    > conversion casettes were released.

    If you wanted to use a Shimano compatible cassette body, you were out of luck when both Shimano and
    Campagnolo were 8-speed as well.

    > Mark McMaster <[email protected]> wrote in news:[email protected]:
    >
    >> Boyd Speerschneider wrote:
    >>> I'm wondering if they will go with new hub design specs to make everyone who wants to upgrade
    >>> have to buy new wheels (or at least hubs) ala Campy a few years ago.
    >>
    >> What are you talking about? Campy didn't change their hubs at all when they jumped to 10 speed.
    >>
    >> Mark McMaster [email protected]
    >>
    >

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  10. Boyd Speerschneider wrote:
    > No, but if you wanted to use a Shimano compatible casette body, you were out of luck until
    > conversion casettes were released.

    I'm not sure what the complaint is. Are you asking Campagnolo to support forward and backward
    compatibility with a competitors proprietary standard? As far as wheels and hubs, Campagnolo
    supports a clear upgrade path from 8spd to 9spd (via swapping just the freehub body); and 9spd to
    10spd (no change required). For example, my 1996 Scirroco wheels, which were originally 8spd, have
    been retrofitted with a new freehub body and are now being used with stock 10spd cassette.

    If you insist on mixing components between competitors, you are on your own. However, Campagnolo
    actually does a better job at supporting Shimano standards than Shimano does at supporting
    Campagnolo standards: Several Campagnolo wheels are available with a Shimano 8/9spd HG compatible
    freehub body; and the Shimano 8/9spd HG compatible freehub body is available separately and can be
    retro-fitted onto 9/10spd hubs (see: http://www.branfordbike.com/campy/campy.html#RearHubs).

    Mark McMaster [email protected]

    >
    > Mark McMaster <[email protected]> wrote in news:[email protected]:
    >
    >
    >>Boyd Speerschneider wrote:
    >>
    >>>I'm wondering if they will go with new hub design specs to make everyone who wants to upgrade
    >>>have to buy new wheels (or at least hubs) ala Campy a few years ago.
    >>
    >>What are you talking about? Campy didn't change their hubs at all when they jumped to 10 speed.
    >>
    >>Mark McMaster [email protected]
    >>
     
  11. Andy Coggan

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    "Brian Schlachta" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...

    > My big question is, why do I need an 11 speed cassette? Do I really need a straight block
    > 25-11?

    11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-21 would be an 11 speed "straight block". You'd have to call all the
    way to 15 cogs to have an 11-25 w/o skipping a tooth.

    Andy ("15-16-17-18-19") Coggan
     
  12. I was joking about that, thinking about the future nuttyness

    Andy Coggan wrote:

    > "Brian Schlachta" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    >
    > > My big question is, why do I need an 11 speed cassette? Do I really need a straight block
    > > 25-11?
    >
    > 11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-21 would be an 11 speed "straight block". You'd have to call all the
    > way to 15 cogs to have an 11-25 w/o skipping a tooth.
    >
    > Andy ("15-16-17-18-19") Coggan
     
  13. holli

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    Shimano just can't make cogs much thinner, shimano has to make new hub if they are going for 10. I don't know what happens to wheel rigidity after renewing rear hub??
     
  14. holli-<< Shimano just can't make cogs much thinner, shimano has to make new hub if they are going
    for 10. I don't know what happens to wheel rigidity after renewing rear hub??

    Word is that the hub dimensions didn't change. perhaps the freehub got a wee bit taller buit it will
    not make the built rear wheel any more unreliable than prsent shimano or Campagnolo, which isn't
    unreliable due to dish.

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  15. holli wrote:
    > Shimano just can't make cogs much thinner, shimano has to make new hub if they are going for 10.

    Not necessarily. One option is to overhang the cassette pas the bottom of the splines (toward the
    flange), much like Campagnolo did when they went for 9spd to 10spd.

    The fact that there are several conversions cassettes available on the market that allow Campy
    compatible 10spd shifting on a standard Shimano hub disproves that they will have to necessarily
    change the hub.

    Mark McMaster [email protected]
     
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