bianchi brava 1988. fuji track 2007, 2006 Bianchi Pista, 1987 Miele and a strida knock off
6sp Front Deraileurs vs 10sp for shimano?
as per subject, I know the chain widths have obviously changed, but has spring tension or cable pull rate changed on these?
I am running an older shimano 105 FD with campy levers and it requires about 4 clicks to get into the small ring (one sweep of the thumb button), but to shift up to the big ring, its closer to 6 clicks.......... which means almost 2 complete swings of the shift lever..
If the pull rate decreases with new FD's would it help? ideally I'd like only 4-5 clicks for either shift..
I know i can just get a new campy FD, but many say that the shimano stuff works better?
Are you saying that you have a 6-speed 105 FD? It would help to know more about what you've got. It sounds like you have a double crankset. The difference in chainring sizes can also effect how quickly and smoothly you can shift.
My Campy 10-speed double shifts up or down with 3 clicks.