How much heavier is Ultegra than Dura-Ace?

How much heavier is Ultegra than Dura-Ace?

Again there’s a slight weight difference: the Ultegra power meter chainset weighs 769g, which is 21g heavier than the Dura-Ace power meter at 748g. At launch the cost of the Dura-Ace version was £1,199/$1,469.99 compared Ultegra’s £999.99/$1159.99.

How much lighter is Dura-Ace than Ultegra?

Although differences like these might not seem like much, if this is extrapolated across every component, it causes a very noticeable difference in the weight of the groupset as a whole. As a result, the Dura Ace groupset shown below is over 300 grams lighter than the equivalent Ultegra groupset.

Are Dura-Ace crankset carbon?

Shimano has unveiled details of the new FC-7800C carbon fiber Dura-Ace crankset, which allies an aluminum core with a carbon-fibre shell to creat a lightweight and rigid construction.

Is Dura Ace Di2 better than Ultegra Di2?

It also means that Dura-Ace Di2 will age better than Ultegra Di2, keeping that new-bike feeling far longer into its life. So if you ride your bikes for 10 years, and expect to keep the same group that whole time, Dura-Ace Di2 may be the way to go. Second, Ultegra Di2 is a bit heavier, but not by much, as noted above.

How much does a Shimano Ultegra crankset weight?


RRP Weight
105 £154.99 713.4g
Ultegra £259.99 674g

Can you mix Ultegra and Dura-Ace?

DURA-ACE, ULTEGRA, and 105 parts are compatible with each other up and down the 2×11 speed range. The parts of DURA-ACE, ULTEGRA and 105 are compatible with each other as long as they have the same number of gears.

How much does a Shimano 105 groupset weight?

Shimano 105 R7000 price and weights

Shimano 105 R7000 Product code Weight
Crankset FC-R7000 752g (175mm, 52/36t)
Front derailleur FD-R7000 109g
Chain CN-HG601 257g*
Cassette CS-R7000 364g (11-34t)

Can you mix Ultegra and Dura Ace?

Does Shimano make carbon cranks?


What is the difference between Shimano Ultegra and Dura-Ace?

Dura-Ace is the name of Shimano’s top-of-the-range (and therefore most expensive) line, with Ultegra occupying the next level down. Shimano’s Dura-Ace 9100 groupset (the mechanical version) in all its glory… Shimano also uses these range brand names for other bike components that you wouldn’t normally class as being part of a groupset.

Is the Shimano Ultegra 6500 9-speed worth it?

Ultegra 6500 is just as durable, reliable, even race-able and a much BETTER VALUE for any rider who is not paid to ride. In conclusion, if you feel no need for the added weight of 10-speeds, then the Shimano Ultegra 6500 9-speed gruppo is more than good enough to justify riding for many miles to come.

Can you comment on the Ultegra 6500 crankset?

I can only comment on the Ultegra 6500 crankset, bb, front and rear mechs, which I’ve had for about 4 years (the crankset a few months – I got it very cheaply NOS). Firstly, I notice a slight difference in stiffness over my Shimano 600 (6400) cranks and BBUN72 square taper BB.

What is the difference between Dura Ace 105 and Ultegra 105 crankset?

The 105 crankset features a one-piece chainring design, where the inner and outer chainring are machined together and remain connected with splines. Dura-Ace, on the other hand, has machined inner and outer chainring as two separate pieces (Ultegra does as well).

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