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Shimano RD-R7150 105 Di2 Rear Derailleur 12 Speed

Item #CRD10298
Condition:
New with Warranty
Regular price
$279.99

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Why We Love It
The Shimano 105 RD-R7150 Di2 12-speed rear derailleur completes a shift in the blink of an eye with its high-performance motor and optimized link structure. This is the hub of the Shimano Di2 system, with the charging port, indicator LEDs, adjustment switches and more integrated into a compact package.
About This Item
  • Low-profile Shimano Shadow RD design reduces damage from contact and falls
  • Receive the wireless shifting signal from the shift lever
  • Check the battery level and Bluetooth/ANT pairing success with your cycle computer/smartphone/tablet
  • Allows selection of preferred shift mode and view adjustment mode information (if you wish to tweak or tune your rear derailleur)
  • Smartphone/tablet connectivity via E-TUBE PROJECT
  • Wider range capacity: 36T Max. low sprocket
Specifications
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Details
Brand Shimano
Model RD-R7150
Group 105 R7100
Speed 12
Type Electronic
Cage Length Medium Cage
Clutched No
Intended Use Road
mpn IRDR7150A
upc 192790234236
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