For Record in 2011, there will be some weight reduction across the board to make up a total of 75g saved but as ever with Campagnolo it’s all about the overall performance and, ultimately, durability. They’ve promised much with the ‘Revolution 11′ improvements to shifting especially at the front so we’re looking forward to trying it.



At just under 2,000 grams, the new Record groupset saves overall around 75g on its 2009 predecessor. This is mostly due to redesigned hollow unidirectional-carbon-fibre cranks and and a fettled bottom bracket but there are further 10-gram savings here and there.



As usual, Record and Super Record will continue to share the same existing chain but with the Super set’s cassette sporting the six larger sprockets in titanium whereas Record does with three. Ratios available are the now-standard 11-23, 11-25, 12-25, 12-27 and 12-29.

 

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Campagnolo 2011 Record Chainset ● 683 grams down 16g ● New eXtreme Performance Shift System (XPSS) chainrings that feature eight chain upshift zones and two for downshifts.



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Campagnolo 2011 Record Ergopower Ultra Shift levers ● 337g down 11g  ● New composite body with revised cable routing ● Insert available for larger hands ● Hoods available in black, white or red with matching cables
● Note two holes in the carbon-fibre brake lever for Record, three for Super Record.



  
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Campagnolo 2011 Record Rear Derailleur ● 172 grams down 7g ● New carbon-fibre parallelogram ● Ceramic jockey wheel bearings.



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Campagnolo 2011 Record Front Derailleur ● 74g for braze-on ● Ultra-shift carbon-fibre outer cage  with Z-shape inner cage.