Quick, smooth and effortless to shift, the Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 RD-9070 Bicycle Rear Derailleur - 11 Speed provides programmed automatic motion at the touch of a button. With automatic crash pad protection which moves the cage out of harm's way if you take a fall, it also features electrical wires to produce effortless gear shifts. Lightweight and durable, the Derailleur have four self-lubricating micro-machined fluorine-coated link pivot bushings to reduce friction, whilst the DuPont Zytel pulleys reduce chain noise. - L.M.
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This was the last piece of the puzzle for my Di2 build. It was a tricky call between the Ultegra & this due to the Ultegra being over half the price - but I went with this as it is far sleeker, more refined, more aesthetically pleasing & I'm glad I did spend that extra now! (Just need to stay upright as it'll be an expensive mistake - although Di2 does have an in-built crash protection feature throughout the rear mech range!)
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