Shimano Ultegra RD-R8000 Rear Derailleur (Black) (11 Speed) (Short Cage) (SS) (Shadow)

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Shimano Ultegra RD-R8000 Rear Derailleur (Black) (11 Speed) (Short Cage) (SS)
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Cage | Size:

  • Short Cage | SS
  • Medium Cage | GS
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The Shimano Ultegra R8000 11-Speed Derailleur, modeled after the Dura-Ace R9100, offers extended gear ratios of up to a 34 tooth cog (Medium Cage). The smooth and quick shift performance punches above its weight class. The derailleur features the Shimano Shadow RD design, which gives it a sleeker and lower profile. 

Features: 

  • Shimano Shadow RD low-profile design
  • Pulley maintains consistent distance to cassette for increased shift stability
  • Maintains smooth, compact appearance
  • Stable shifting performance
  • Pulley follow-up in certain distance
  • SHIMANO SHADOW RD construction
  • Race endurance for less damage in crashes
  • Adapted for race specific frame design

Specifications:
Speed: 11 Speed
Shifter Compatibility: Shimano Road (11 Speed)
Shift Mechanism: Cable Actuated
Max. Tooth: 30T (Short Cage), 34T (Medium Cage)
Min. Tooth: 11T
Chain Wrap Capacity: 35T (Short Cage), 39T (Medium Cage)
Cage Material: Carbon/Aluminum
Chain Retention: Shadow
Color: Black
Weight: 200g (Short Cage), 210g (Medium Cage)

This product was added to our catalog on April 19, 2018

Verified Owner
Thursday, Sep 30 2021 (2 months ago)
Shimano Ultegra RD-R8000 Rear Derailleur (Black) (11 Speed) (Short Cage) (SS)
As expected. New in box Ultegra derailleur. Replaced a broken Dura-Ace derailleur with no issues.
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Aug 11 2021 (4 months ago)
Shimano Ultegra RD-R8000 Rear Derailleur (Black) (11 Speed) (Medium Cage) (GS)
I bought this as part of my upgrade to Ultegra R8000 derailleurs and shifters coming from 10-speed 105 on my backup/indoor trainer bike. The cable routing through the derailleur runs inward compared to outward on the 105 RD, but I was able to figure it out. The limit "screws" are adjusted by hex and not and actual screwdriver so use caution so you don't round them. I'm running a 11-28T cassette, so the medium cage is overkill, but I always have the option to go larger (30-32?) if needed. Shifting is nice and smooth once I got the indexing down. I recommend doing this and setting your limits BEFORE slapping on your chain.