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Old 10-04-07, 01:38 PM   #1
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flight deck sensor kit for st-5600

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I have bought a flight deck computer and sensor kit for my shimano 105 model 5600 gear shifter/brake leavers, however the recommended sensor kit does not fit the leavers, does anyone know which sensor kits fits the 5600 leavers. the recommended kit from shimano(website) is wrong.
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Old 10-04-07, 02:39 PM   #2
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I'm pretty sure the part number is the SC-SM70 as shown here. Did you by chance get the 9-speed SM-6501 kit?

By the way, the newer ones seem to only come as wireless, where I'd actually prefer the wired type for more reliability and not having another battery to keep track of.
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I'm pretty sure the part number is the SC-SM70 as shown here. Did you by chance get the 9-speed SM-6501 kit?

By the way, the newer ones seem to only come as wireless, where I'd actually prefer the wired type for more reliability and not having another battery to keep track of.
thanks doug the one i got was the sm-6500-rs which the web site says is correct but the shifter plugs are too big for the shifter. i personally would like a wired one also.
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