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Cassette Compatibility(4 posts)

Cassette CompatibilityIndurain 03
Jan 5, 2004 2:12 PM
Quick question. Will an Ultegra 9 speed cassette work with a Campy Veloce 9 speed derraileur.

Thanks!
partial answerDougSloan
Jan 5, 2004 4:25 PM
I've seen a Dura Ace 9 speed cassette work with a Record 9 speed rear derailleur. I know Ultegra and Dura Ace are the same specs, so if Veloce and Record 9 are as well, then it should work.

Doug
CompatibilityAl1943
Jan 5, 2004 8:03 PM
I guess you know that the bigger problem is the spacing differences between Campy shifters and Shimano cassettes. The derailleur doesn't care what the spacing is.
I'm using an Ult 9-spd cassette w/ a Record 9-spd der...SS_MB-7
Jan 6, 2004 6:51 AM
I recently bought a Power Tap Pro wheel for road training during the winter/spring. The Power Tap hub is only Shimano compatible, but I was running a full Campy Record 9-spd gruppo. After reading through the RBR archives and various other groups, I bought a 9-spd Ultegra cassette and 9-spd Dura-Ace chain. Fortunately, I haven't had any issues with it. Granted, all of my riding thus far has been on an indoor trainer, so no real-World testing has been done.

FWIW, there is a slight amount of chatter, but all things considered, isn't too bad. You'll need to adjust the derailleur to accomodate the new cassette cog spacing. I found that adjusting for the middle cog instead of the 1st and 2nd, split the difference between the high and low gears. Fine-tuning for the first 2 smallest cogs results in a very chattery upper cogs.

Ride Hard,
Mike B.
http://www.one-speed.com