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is campy chorus from '92 w/ergopower going to be indexed?(4 posts)

is campy chorus from '92 w/ergopower going to be indexed?nyedid
Apr 28, 2002 6:42 PM
re: is campy chorus from '92 w/ergopower going to be indexed?curlybike
Apr 28, 2002 7:34 PM
it is doubtful, but you might go to the Campyonly site and ask Tim http://www.campyonly.com Otherwise you will have to try it. I have a 93-94 record that works with ergo.
more questions/picnyedid
Apr 28, 2002 9:54 PM
the deal is this: i'm buying a bike via classifieds, and the pics i've seen show the bike with integrated shifters. are all integrated shifters for campy the ergopower shifters? what does the picture below tell you? i'd appreciate any help.
ergopower informationDMoore
Apr 28, 2002 10:31 PM
If I'm not mistaken, 1992 was the year Campy came out with Ergopower - the integrated brake/shifter mechanism. All Ergopower systems are indexed. Campy systems were already indexed before they came out with the ergos, although the pre-ergo indexing certainly had its detractors. The pre-ergo system used downtube shifters, and was originally a 7-speed system. I had a Medici that I bought in 1992, that had a brand-new Chorus system on it, including the ergo shifters. Yes, it is indexed. In 1992, and for the next several years, the system was 8 speed. I'm not sure of the year, but it was later in the '90's when they went to the 9 speed system, followed a couple of years later by the now-current 10 speed system.

Hope that helps.