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Shimano

Shimano Dura Ace Di2 RD-R9150 Shadow Rear Derailleur 11-fold black (2020)

ID: 542248
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Product Description
The new Dura Ace from Shimano is answers the question of many pros and ambitious amateurs as to whether and how the current, immensely high level of performance could be further increased. Each individual Dura Ace R9100 component is designed to work as efficiently as possible with all other components of the system. This shows the core of Shimano's component-developed-as-a-system philosophy particularly clearly. The result is called SYSTEM SUPREMACY - the superiority of the system over the sum of the individual parts.The new Dura Ace rear derailleur comes with a fundamental design change, the Shimano RD architecture (from the MTB sector) served as a basic building block. This low-profile design provides a slim appearance while improving the ability to withstand damage from falls.
Specifications
Operating Range
Road  
Number of Gears
11-speed  
Derailleur Cage
Build: short  
Short rear derailleur capacity
Total capacity: 35 teeth
Max. difference in front: 16 teeth
Max. largest sprocket: 30 teeth
Min. largest sprocket: 25 teeth
Max. smallest sprocket: 14 teeth
Min. smallest sprocket: 11 teeth
Recommended chain
HG-EV und HG-X 11-speed  
Assembly
frame mount  
Material type
Aluminium  
Weight
204  g
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2020
Product number
542248
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