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Campagnolo - Record 11 Chain

Campagnolo Record 11 Chain

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    Tech Specs

    Compatible Components:
    Campagnolo 11-speed drivetrains
    Claimed Weight:
    210 g
    Recommended Use:
    running your 11-speed drivetrain
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    2 years

    It IS rocket science.

    Campagnolo’s new 11-Speed Chain is narrow. At 5.5mm, it’s easily the narrowest chain that Campy makes. They call it the “Ultra Shift” chain because of its incredible shift precision. The first thing you’ll notice when you start to pedal the bike is glorious silence. Less interference from adjacent sprockets and chainrings make the 11-Speed chain quieter and quicker-shifting than Campy’s previous generations of chains. Its minimal size and hollow pins mean the 11-Speed chain weighs an incredible 245g. Plus, a re-formulated outer link material and a Ni-PTFE anti friction treatment give the new chain 20% greater longevity.

    Please note: installation of the new Ultra Link chain requires the use of Campagnolo’s UT-CN300 chain tool. It’s expensive, but it’s necessary for the precise installation of the narrow chain.

    • Compatible with all Campagnolo 11-speed systems
    • Silent
    • Re-formulated outer link material
    • Ni-PTFE anti-friction treatment
    • 20% greater longevity
    • 210 grams

    It just works

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Not the lightest, or neatest chain around, but it just works. Campy chain is a must have for your Campy equipped bikes. Shifting performance is improved, and it just performs as it should.

    Campagnolo Chains

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have used Campagnolo Chains since 2000, both the 10 and 11 speed. I have experienced over 200,000 miles on Campy chains since 2000. They last. I don't go much over 10,000 kilometers on each chain. No, they are still within specification as far as wear. However, If you let the wear go much past .5 to .75 on the Park Tool, you will wear the chain rings and cassettes quicker, especially if you run titanium cassettes. I use Chorus cassettes for the wear factor.

    I am an old school 70's vintage "steel is real" guy with 450,000 miles plus on my legs. Chains are cheap. Clean and lube them often.

    The only choice for Campy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Standard replacement chain for my Campy equipped bike. I've tried to go cheap and run KMC (and Shimano) but nothing runs as smooth on a Campy drivetrain as a Campy chain. The chains last forever, spend the extra 15-20 bucks and get on with the ride!

    Campy Record 11-speed chain

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This new chain and a new cluster cleared up my shifting problems immediately. I had roughly 16,000 miles on this set and it was time to replace a stretched and worn chain. The folks at competitive cyclistarer a pleasure to work with.

    16,000 miles on one chain?

    I keep my Campy Record chain clean and well lubricated, but I’ve never gotten more than 4K miles before they’re stretched to the Campy limit.

    Required maintenance..

      Some chains are better than others and these have proven to be great so far..

      Necessary parts

        Necessary part to keep your campy 11spd drivetrain rolling smoothly down the road.


        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        Shifts a bit crisper than the KMC I had on before.