Now it’s time for the derailleurs, first will be the rear one. At the moment there will be no “tuning” or “tweaks” but maybe later =) So this is just a simple task… one screw and your done.
These tools are needed:
- Bike Stand
- 5mm Allen
- Torque Wrench
Official Service Manual:
- Shimano Dura Ace RD-R9100
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The rear derailleur of the R9100 is a new designed for this a new outer casting is needed but this will be explained in another post. Today is the simple installation but first the weight: 160,5 grams.
As already said, the installation is quite simple. Look for the derailleur hanger on the back. When you got it screw on the derailleur with a torque of 8-10NM. The only thing which must kept in mind is the gap between the hanger-stop and the derailleur itself. The exact gap should be zero =D