Shimano Dura Ace 9000 Road Gear Cable Set - Polymer
Shimano Dura Ace Road Shift Polymer Coated Cable Set
- Polymer-coated, stainless steel inner cable reduces the sliding resistance to achieve lighter and quicker operation and is rust resistant
- Sealed end caps to minimize dirt contamination
- Low friction polymer material on the cable may cause slippage at the cable fixing bolt after initial pre-stretch for the cable is performed
- OT-SP41 Housing is pre-lubricated with silicone grease
- 1 x 1700mm un-cut OT-SP41 outer cable
- 1 x 2100mm Inner Polymer Coated Gear Cable
- 1 x 1800mm Inner Polymer Coated Gear Cable
- 5 x Sealed outer caps for housing ends
- 1 x Standard housing ferrule for derailleur
- 2 x Cable crimps
JimI have installed a these a few times now and they are always good quality, with all the parts to do a full cable replacement.
Mr MadridGreat quality but the outer cable length was not enough for both front and rear DR and my frame is a Merida Scultura 5000 size 50 so I consider it should have more length
Mr KaracaIt is very slippy and well protected. Top quality speed cable. I absolutely recommend it.
CesarSmooth gear transmission, always a great upgrade
Mr FakierMade the shifting on my 5800 gruppo even more smoother.....great buy
MettenNothing too fancy here, the polymer coating shaves off easily so I'm not sure how much benefit these have over cheaper versions. But they get the job done.
Mr barracloughThe usual high quality from Shimano products. Found these cables not to stretch with nice smooth action.
HrubyYou can feel the difference relative to jagwire.
Mr BurtonMuch slicker than the standard cables. Be careful when installing to avoid damaging the polymer coating on the cables. A little costly for what you are getting though.
Goober8Shifting smooth as butter now. Never going back to normal cables
BlowersLovely smooth shifting. Worth the price and worth the effort of replacing the cables.
DFGreat Cables - noticeably better than standard stainless steel version on 7900
Mr JerhamPerfect smooth gear changes, the best cables available !!!!
Mr ShaneThis kit really is worth investing in, for the smoothest shifter feel with all the Shimano 11s groups. Night and day difference in feel versus the standard cable supplied with 5800, 6800.
Mr TranThe best cables, I used the innards with my linked housing to solve my shifting issues. Tried powercordz/dura ace 7900/Teflon coated cables and they did not shift perfectly with complex routes, the worse shifting was from the powercordz. After installing the polymer coated cables it made a dramatic improvement and shifting was perfect up and down the gears. Watch out for sharp edges they will cause the polymer to fray. Going to change my MTB cables to these bad boys - Just bought another set.
Mr abrahamThis new dura ace 9000 set of gear change cables are the dogs dangly bits. I've 105 5700 shifters that are super slick now & significantly better feeling than the standard cable set. Warning: use silicone grease on the cable & be VERY careful sliding it through your shifter mechanism, so you don't scuff off the polymer coating, also ensure you remove the polymer coating where it attaches to the mech....mine slid a little until I did this. This made my 105 feel as good as/probably better than my old 6600 ultegra, which are so nice feeling....
Mr SargentSuperior derailleur cable set for Shimano DA 9000 shifters
Mr KearnBought to replace a set of standard 7900 shift cables, built up an internally routed bike with 7900 Dura Ace and had heard about potentially poor(er) shifting. These cables are super slick and the shifting actually feels easier (particularly the front shifting) than on my traditionally cabled frame using 7900 cables, I'd go as far as saying it's like a new groupset. Expensive, but very much worth it.