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Shimano ST-R8070 bled hydraulic disc, Di2 E-tube STI set, flat mount calliper, LH rear

Shimano ST-R8070 bled hydraulic disc, Di2 E-tube STI set, flat mount calliper, LH rear

£329.99
2 In stock & ready to ship
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Description

High performance Ultegra hydraulic disc brake Di2 STI's give you control, modulation and power with minimal effort in all riding conditionsWith Di2 technology shifting is easy and precise - just a light touch, as soft as a mouse click, is sufficient for the front or rear derailleur to instantaneously select the correct gearThe removal of traditional mechanical cables in favour of electrical wires eliminates poor shifting caused by contaminates, corrosion and stretching, and also provides effortless gear shiftsFull and semi synchronized shifting programable, Synchro shift compatible meaning a single shifter can control both front and rear shifting which can be fully custom tuned to your riding preferences. Semi synchronized shifting means when a front shift is made the rear mech will automatically correct to the appropriate ratioSimply pressing tactile buttons allows effortless and comfortable shifting even when your hands are coldDrop bar STI with shift buttons located in a near identical place to the positions you'd assume shifting using a mechanical Shimano STIHydraulic brake lever provides excellent stopping power with less effort especially from the hood positionHydraulic reservoir tank provides pad to rotor clearance auto-adjust maintaining braking performance during pad wearFinely tuneable reach adjusters for the levers enable custom fitment for all handsFree stroke adjustment for pad to rotor contact settingLevers are supplied without electrical cables, as these need to be ordered separately to suitTwo ports for use with E-tube electric cablesKit contains bled ST-R8070 STI, BR-R8070 flat mount brake callipers with pads, hoses and mineral oil (without rotors or adapters)

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