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Old 11-09-11, 12:05 PM
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Decided to build using Record gear. Instead of buying as a group I went to ebay and bought individually including crank, cups, cassette, chain, both derailleurs, shifters and brakes. I spent $1676. On one site it was going for $1963. Anybody wish to compare?
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Old 11-09-11, 12:26 PM
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not really...
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Old 11-09-11, 12:28 PM
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I would check Ribble in the UK also. Their Campy prices are some of the best I've seen. Friend of mine got SR11 (Record rear derailleur) from them two years ago for just under 1700.
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Old 11-09-11, 12:39 PM
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Not to be rude, but why bother comparing now that you have bought it. Now that you have it, use it and enjoy. Second guessing your purchases will get you nothing but frustration if you happen to find it cheaper somewhere.
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Old 11-09-11, 01:09 PM
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Why comment if you have nothing to offer but ridicule? I use ebay and would like to know the sources for future purchases. Like the man says, "please get out of the way if you can't lend a hand".
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Old 11-09-11, 01:25 PM
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On one site it was going for $1963.
How many sites did you check? One data point certainly doesn't confirm the premise that buying a la carte from eBay gaurantees a lower total cost.
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Old 11-09-11, 01:33 PM
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The truth is that I don't know whether I got a good deal or not which is why I posted this. I did the best I could at the time on ebay and only have the one site to compare and bettered that price by almost $300. If there are other sites out there that are selling cheaper, I'd like to know about them. Sometimes ebay is cheaper and sometimes it's not.
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I just went to the pbk site and put together a record group (no hubs) for about $1,680.
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Shinybike dot com:

Campagnolo Record 2012 11 Speed Groupset
Place your bet on Red 11 and you have won before starting the race! The new eye-catching design highlights the upgrades done on all our groupset components: controls, derailleurs, crankset and sprocket set are more precise, they perform better and have our unique Italian design. There are no excuses: you´ll always be in the lead.

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Our price: £1032.41 Market price: £1735.14 save 40%
including VAT 20% ( £172.07 )

This comes to $1,376 minus the VAT (if you live in the USA) - according to my math.

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I have a ***** for Campy but I can't bring myself to pay 165 for a chorus cassette.
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I use Veloce cassettes on my 10S chorus group. usually under $100.
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Originally Posted by Frankfast View Post
Decided to build using Record gear. Instead of buying as a group I went to ebay and bought individually including crank, cups, cassette, chain, both derailleurs, shifters and brakes. I spent $1676. On one site it was going for $1963. Anybody wish to compare?
Record 10 speed or 11? Compact or regular crank? Cable set included? Which frame? Does it need BB cable guide and/or cable stops? Did that include shipping?
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Originally Posted by ilvwhtgrls View Post
I have a ***** for Campy but I can't bring myself to pay 165 for a chorus cassette.
So get it from Ribble for $103.
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Old 11-10-11, 06:59 PM
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Shiny bikes dot come in the UK has the lowest price for Campy ALWAYS!!!!
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Originally Posted by ilvwhtgrls View Post
I have a ***** for Campy but I can't bring myself to pay 165 for a chorus cassette.
It's silly to buy the high-end cassettes of any brand. A $65 Centaur works just as well.
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Originally Posted by tanguy frame View Post
I use Veloce cassettes on my 10S chorus group. usually under $100.
the current veloce cassettes are about $40 on ribble

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It's silly to buy the high-end cassettes of any brand. A $65 Centaur works just as well.
a $65 centaur cassette wont work real well on 11spd.
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Originally Posted by LowCel View Post
I just went to the pbk site and put together a record group (no hubs) for about $1,680.
AND Probikekit routinely has 10%-15% discount codes and free shipping, so that would bring it down to $1512 or less.
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Originally Posted by DScott View Post
Record 10 speed or 11? Compact or regular crank? Cable set included? Which frame? Does it need BB cable guide and/or cable stops? Did that include shipping?
11 speed, regular crank, cable set included, shipping included, Kestrel Talon SL
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Originally Posted by Grasschopper View Post
So get it from Ribble for $103.
I try to buy from Ribble once or twice a year. That way, it's on hand when I need it, whether chains, cassettes, cables, etc.
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Originally Posted by Frankfast View Post
11 speed, regular crank, cable set included, shipping included, Kestrel Talon SL
Sounds nice. IMO, while there might be a better price out there, the cost won't really matter that much after a while.

Cheers!
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Originally Posted by Frankfast View Post
Decided to build using Record gear. Instead of buying as a group I went to ebay and bought individually including crank, cups, cassette, chain, both derailleurs, shifters and brakes. I spent $1676. On one site it was going for $1963. Anybody wish to compare?
I recently switched over to Rcord for my 2012 Bianchi Infinito. Paid $1700 for the entire gruppo, including headset but not the hubs.

Ever since installing the Recordd gruppo I can't seem to be able to wipe the silly grin off my face every time I get on the bike.

good luck with your gruppo and enjoy it.
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Thanks everyone. I wasn't aware of some of the sites that were mentioned here.
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