Dura-Ace 7700 Series
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Display Name:Dura-Ace 7700
Group Family:Dura-Ace
Category:Road Race
Years:1997 - 2003
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General Information
Group Family General Info: Shimano Dura-Ace was introduced in the mid 1970's as their flagship road racing group.  While their early generations often found itself on a very wide range of bicycles, by the 1980's the group was starting to make a name for itself as a true competitor of Campagnolo's Record group.
General Info:Shimano always leads with Dura-Ace. In 1997, 9 speed was introduced. They kept with the shift cables coming out of the side of the STI levers and greatly improved the shift quality. Ultegra (600) and 105 followed suit. 9 speed uses the same freehub body size as 8 speed.
Bottom BracketsShimano BB-7700, Dura-Ace 7700N/A06/15/15
BrakesShimano BR-7700, Dura Ace 77001997 - 200203/09/15
CassettesShimano Dura-Ace CS-77001996 - 200405/03/18
ChainringsDura-Ace 77001996 - ?10/16/18
CranksetsShimano Dura-Ace 7700Mid 1990's - ?09/08/12
CranksetsShimano Dura-Ace FC-77032001 - ?08/29/17
Front DerailleursShimano 7700, Dura-Ace 77001997 - Mid 2000's08/29/17
Front DerailleursShimano Dura-Ace FD-77032001 - ?08/29/17
HubsShimano 7700, Dura-Ace 77001997 - Mid 2000's08/29/17
Rear DerailleursShimano 7700, Dura-Ace 77002001 - ?08/29/17
ShiftersShimano SL-7700, Dura-Ace 77001997 - 200303/26/12
ShiftersShimano SL-BS77, Dura-Ace 77001996 - Current04/30/18
Small Parts & AccessoriesShimano Dura-Ace 77001996 - 200407/13/19
Small Parts & AccessoriesShimano Dura-Ace 77001996 - 200405/03/18
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