Campy Centaur vs Veloce Ultrashift levers
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    Campy Centaur vs Veloce Ultrashift levers

    Veloce is quite a bit less money and has aluminum vs carbon levers for the Centaur.
    Weight is 349 vs 328g.
    Do they work the same and same internal mech?
    I have the Centaur on one bike and like them a lot but would like to save some $$$ if Veloce works just as well.

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    I'm not sure about the internals, but they DO work the same as far as I know. I'm planning on getting some of the Veloce Ultrashifts as soon as Ribble has them back in stock.
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    They should have identical internal mechanisms and work the same. Campy used bushings in the Centaur and lower level ultrashift levers at the outset (I have a pair), but later switched to using the same ball bearings at all levels.

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