..hahaha..amcam?..smart tak groupset 10' speed baru Deore 2k11 dan SLX 2k11 yg baru nih??..amcm ade bran mau tukor yg baru??..hahhaha..
ce try bace..
Deore is the first Shimano mountain bike groupset that's regarded as an upgrade option rather than just being supplied with complete bikes. The new version inherits the 10-speed Dyna-Sys technology debuted on the Deore XT and SLX groups, and later on XTR, last year.
Available from June, the new Deore looks the same as the current iteration but the addition of an extra sprocket at the back means there's a new crankset (42/32/24-tooth), cassette (11-34/36T), chain, rear derailleur and right-hand Rapidfire Plus shifter. Manufacture of the nine-speed version will continue.
There's also a new Deore disc brake. The M596 inherits the Servo Wave cam system that was previously the preserve of Shimano's higher-end discs. This provides more pad clearance and a power-assisted feel. Shimano claim a 14 percent power increase over the previous M595, helping them meet their target of a 5-25% increase in braking power across their disc brake range
The M596 has a new lever design that takes styling cues from the top-end XTR stopper but carries over the current hinged bar clamp. One-way bleeding is now standard down to Deore level, and the new brake can be used with the current SM-RT64 rotor.
Mid-range SLX also gets a new Servo Wave disc brake – the M666. This uses the same Ice Technologies brake pads and rotors first seen on the new XTR brake. These are designed to reduce heat buildup and prevent brake fade on long downhills.
The new SM-RT67 Center Lock rotors will be available in 160, 180 and 203mm sizes. The M666 also features a tool-less reach adjuster and one-way bleeding. It'll be available from June.
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