If having a Campagnolo equipped bike isn’t bragging rights enough, CeramicSpeed is offering a high-brow upgrade in the form of $1700 3D printed titanium pulleys that can be added to any existing Record, Record EPS, Super Record, Super Record EPS, Chorus or Potenza groupset.
The titanium pulleys comprise CeramicSpeed’s oversized design (OSPW), which features 3D printing technology in order to create a hollow “jockey wheel” that results in a 10g reduction in weight over their aluminum counterparts, while offering twice the longevity.
The set includes CeramicSpeed’s polyamide reinforced derailleur cage, along with 13T and 19T oversized pulleys that can accommodate cassettes up to 32T.
According to CeramicSpeed, their OSPW technology can reduce friction by 40% compared to the stock Campagnolo derailleurs, and provide as much as five-times the lifespan.
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Developed and designed entirely by CeramicSpeed the Oversized Pulley Wheel System for Campagnolo is advanced for the optimization of bike performance. Everything from bearings to the cage is made from the highest quality materials. The oversized aluminium pulley wheels are fitted with standard or coated CeramicSpeed Bearings, which reduce friction to the minimum.
The 13/19-tooth OSPW for Campagnolo privides a 40% lower friction over a standard 11-tooth Campagnolo pulley wheel and fits up to a 32-tooth cassette.
CeramicSpeed OSPW for Campagnolo is compatible with Record mechanical, Record EPS, Super Record mechanical, Super Record EPS, Chorus mechanical and Potenza mechanical.
IMPORTANT: When travelling, please remember to dismount your entire rear derailleur with an Allen key, as the OSPW System will not fit in most bike travel bags and could be damaged if left on.
For correct mounting of the product, please find a manual and video here.
Regarding the maintenance of your OSPW System, it is important that you properly lubricate your bearings in order to ensure optimal performance and maximum longevity. Add oil by using the lubrication points on the back cage plate, so that oil can penetrate the bearing. Do this when you lubricate your chain, if you have washed your bike or after riding in wet or muddy conditions.
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