Drivetrain Shimano Dura Ace Di2 ST R9150 11 Speed Shifters
Shimano Dura ace Di2 St r9150 11 speed Shifters
Drivetrain Shimano Dura Ace Di2 ST R9150 11 Speed Shifters. The release of 9150 is the next evolution of Di2, bringing slightly updated aesthetics and even better shift functionality to your next ride. The Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 ST-R9150 11-Speed Shifters sit at the helm of your cockpit to drive precise shifts exactly when you need them. The hoods take on a similar shape to 9070, but with a few slight tweaks for improved comfort when your hands are on the hoods.
Shimano Dura ace St r9120 Hydraulic Sti Lever Disc Brake Caliper
Drivetrain Shimano Dura Ace ST R9120 Hydraulic STI Lever Disc Brake Caliper. The Dura-Ace ST-R9120 Hydraulic STI Lever & Disc Brake Caliper feature the shift upgrades found in the mechanical R9100 STI Levers and a master cylinder and caliper for disc brake use. If you prefer the more positive feel of mechanical shifting but want the all-weather performance of hydraulic disc brakes, this is the shifter/brake combo you’re after. For those of you building up a new road bike, already running 11-speed Shimano road, or looking to upgrade to disc brakes, these levers are fully compatible with Shimano 11-speed road groups.
Shimano Ultegra St r8000 Sti Shifters
Drivetrain Shimano Ultegra ST R8000 STI Shifters. This latest version performs so flawlessly that unless you are just dead-set on Dura-Ace, you should seriously consider the Ultegra 8000 group. Because it’s a serious drivetrain for serious cyclists. The Ultegra ST-R8000 STI Shifters have enough DNA from the new 9100 shifters–themselves perhaps the pinnacle of mechanical shifting–that you will have a hard time separating them as twins.
Shimano Xt Di2 Sw m8050 Shift Switch
Drivetrain Shimano XT Di2 SW M8050 Shift Switch. Specifically, your ergonomics. The shift paddles can be customized to how you like them rather than forcing you to contort your digits to whatever design allowed the engineers to tease out the best mix of low weight and cable pull efficiency. Though they’re not actually pulling cable, Shimano builds the levers to provide tactile feedback on activation much like an indexed shifter.