FD-5700 VS FD-6700 and FD-6700 colour?
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    FD-5700 VS FD-6700 and FD-6700 colour?

    Two questions:
    First is there any performance difference between the FD-6700 and the FD-5700? Or are they the same with lighter materials?

    Second, does the FD-6700 come in black? Or is it just silver and "ice grey"? Hard to tell on eBay.

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    I think the 5700/6700 derailleurs would work the same. I've only ever seen 6700 in silver and grey.
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    The 6700 derailleurs also come in an Ice Grey, a darker grey.
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