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    Eddy 53:11
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    New build

    I have been a Campy Fan forever and have several full bike builds already. I am going to build-up a new road bike and am sold on Campy disks, but not EPS. I now have a carbon Colonago that's exactly 10 years old this month with 11 spd Record.

    I thinking Wilier Zero frame with integrated hydraulics into the bar/stem.

    Thoughts? I know Shimano is great, but I don't like how Shimano levers shift.
    Sram is my next choice to Campy.

    Do I still love Campy enough to do a new Record mechanical build? Should I consider EPS? I can't ride or try either as my LBS' don't carry Campag.

    Help . . .
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    IIRC the Zero SLR wouldn't be compatible with a cabled groupset while some other versions aren't compatible with EPS... so make sure you get the right one!

    Would you be doing 12 speed? Let us see the finished product.
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    Eddy 53:11
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    Well, it seems the Wilier Cento 10 PRO is my ride since I'm not fond of EPS. So, Campy 12 it would be unless 11 is still available as I don't need or want more Fing gears.

    I'm also looking at the new Tarmac SL7 when it posts. If I did that, I think I'd go SRAM.
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