I've had these great wheels for just over 3 years now, and I have been looking forward to getting them working on my new bike with the 6800 series 11 speed Ultegra. I have the older style hubs with 6 pawls, and have purchased the new freehub body to go on that converts it to 11 speed.
According to Boyd's website, no re-dishing should be required after installing the 11 speed hub. After installing the new 11 speed hub, the wheel looked a little off in my frame. I checked it with the dishing tool, and it is indeed a few mm off, like the rim needs to be moved towards the drive side about 2 mm or so. Pretty sure the dishing was correct when the wheel was on my previous bike.
A few things about my install. The dust cover from the original 10 speed hub was stuck onto the axel pretty well, and it appeared to be the same as the new dust cover included with the 11 speed hub, so I just left it on. Also, in the new 11 speed freehub, there was a thin washer between the dust cover and the outermost bearing of the freehub. I did not find this washer on the old hub. I did install the new 11 speed freehub with this thin washer in place.
Anyone else do a conversion on a Vitesse wheel with the older style hub and find the dishing was off? Thinking about taking it apart and removing the washer and swapping the dust cover to see if it makes a difference. I know I can redish the wheel, but its a PITA because I get all anal doing it, making sure the tension is perfect and all. Hoping there is something simple that I am missing here...