Shimano Dura Ace Di2 RD-R9150 Rear Derailleur 2x11-speed


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Description of Shimano Dura Ace Di2 RD-R9150 Rear Derailleur 2x11-speed
The DURA-ACE groupset is the result of Shimano's ongoing passion for technology. This is reflected in every single component in the groupset. All components are joined together to work as one, reinforcing each other for unparalleled performance. This is how DURA-ACE achieves ultimate supremacy.

RD-R9150 Di2 Rear Derailleur
Front (FD-R9150) and rear derailleurs (RD-R9150) incorporate these new cockpit functions. Both electronic derailleurs are compact and designed to protect the shifting operation in the event of a crash. The low profile of the rear derailleur also comes with SHIMANO SHADOW RD technology, positioning the derailleur further below the functioning sprocket.

Synchro-Shift Technology
SHIMANO Synchronized Shift is a new feature introduced to Shimano´s electronic road groupsets, designed to simplify gear choice and reduce decision making in racing situations. When riding at maximum capacity, decision making can be impaired. The less stresses on a rider and the less decisions a rider has to make, the less mistakes they will make. Therefore SHIMANO Synchronized Shift is designed to choose the next biggest or lowest gear ratio irrespective of whether a gear change needs to be made by the front or rear derailleur.

Two SHIMANO Synchronized Shift modes will be available:

Full SHIMANO Synchronized Shift: the front derailleur reacts based on the rear derailleur’s shift action. This essentially means that, when activated, there is no need for two separate shifters to control front and rear derailleurs, the two buttons on one shifter will control both derailleurs.
Semi SHIMANO Synchronized Shift mode: the rear derailleur reacts based on the front derailleur’s shift action, shifting to the next most appropriate rear gear when the rider makes a front shift.
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