BAR END - Campagnolo

BAR END - Campagnolo
BAR END
BRAKE LEVERS
WARNING!
Carefully read, follow and understand the instructions given in this manual. It is
an essential part of the product, and you should keep it in a safe place for future
reference.
MECHANIC QUALIFICATION - Please be advised that many bicycle service and repair
tasks require specialized knowledge, tools and experience. General mechanical aptitude may not be sufficient to properly service or repair your bicycle. If you have any
doubt whatsoever regarding your service/repair ability, please take your bicycle to a
qualified repair shop.
"AN ACCIDENT" - Please note that throughout this manual, reference is made that
"an accident" could occur. Any accident could result in damage to your bicycle, its
components and, more importantly, could cause you or a bystander to sustain severe
personal injury or even death.
INTENDED USE - This Campagnolo® product is designed and manufactured for use
only on road racing style bicycles that are ridden only on smooth road or track surfaces.
Any other use of this product, such as off-road or on trails is forbidden.
LIFESPAN - WEAR - INSPECTION REQUIREMENT - The lifespan of Campagnolo®
components depends on many factors, such as rider size and riding conditions.
Impacts, falls, improper use or harsh use in general may compromise the structural
integrity of the components and significantly reduce their lifespan. Some components are also subject to wear over time. Please have your bicycle regularly inspected
by a qualified mechanic for any cracks, deformation, signs of fatigue or wear. If the
inspection reveals any deformation, cracks, impact marks or stress marks, no matter
how slight, immediately replace the component; components that have experienced
excessive wear also need immediate replacement. The frequency of inspection depends on many factors; check with your authorized Campagnolo® representative to select
a schedule that is best for you.
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If you weigh 82 kg/180 lbs or more, you must be especially vigilant and have your bicycle
inspected more frequently (than someone weighting less than 82 kg/180 lbs) for any
evidence of cracks, deformation, or other signs of fatigue or stress. Check with your
mechanic to discuss whether the components you selected are suitable for your use, and
to determine the frequency of inspections.
Dear customer, please remember that to maximise the performance of your
EPS drivetrain and to prevent jeopardising its safety, performance, long-life
and functionality, it is absolutely necessary to use the 6 components of EPS
drivetrain with components of the Campagnolo 11 speed mechanical drivetrain; it is not possible to use EPS components that are not manufactured by
Campagnolo.
Note
Tools supplied by other manufacturers for components similar to Campagnolo® components, may not be compatible with Campagnolo® components. Likewise, tools supplied by Campagnolo s.r.l. may not be compatible with components supplied by other
manufacturers. Always check with your mechanic or the tool manufacturer to insure
compatibility before using tools supplied by one manufacturer on components supplied
by another.
The user of this Campagnolo® product expressly recognizes that there are risks inherent
in bicycle riding, including but not limited to the risk that a component of the bicycle
can fail, resulting in an accident, personal injury or death. By his purchase and use of
this Campagnolo® product, the user expressly, voluntarily and knowingly accepts and/or
assumes these risks, including but not limited to the risk of passive or active neglicence of
Campagnolo s.r.l. or hidden, latent or obvious defects in the product, and agrees to hold
Campagnolo s.r.l. harmless to the fullest extent permitted by law against any resulting
damages.
If you ever have any questions, please contact your mechanic or your nearest
Campagnolo® dealer for additional information.
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SAFETY RECOMMANDATIONS
BEFORE EVERY RIDE
- Never make any modifications whatsoever to any component of any
Campagnolo® product.
DO NOT RIDE YOUR BICYCLE IF IT DOES NOT PASS THIS PRE-RIDE TEST
CORRECT ANY CONDITION BEFORE YOUR RIDE.
- Parts which have been bent or otherwise damaged in an accident or as a
result of any other impact must not be re-straightened. They must be replaced immediately with original Campagnolo® parts.
- Be sure that all of the components of your bicycle, including but not limited
to your brakes, pedals, handgrips, handlebars, frame and seating system, are
in optimum condition and suitable for use.
- Wear clothes which are snug-fitting and which make you visible to traffic,
such as neon fluorescent or other bright colors.
- Avoid biking at night because it is more difficult for you to be seen by traffic,
and it is more difficult for you to see obstructions on the ground. If you do
ride at night, you should equip your bicycle with and use a headlight and a
tail light.
- Never use a bicycle or bicycle component unless you are thoroughly familiar with its use and maintenance history. "Used" equipment may have been
misused and abused, and can unexpectedly fail resulting in an accident.
- Always wear a properly fitted and fastened bicycle helmet that has been
approved by ANSI or SNELL.
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- Be sure that none of the components of bicycle are bent, damaged or out
of alignment.
- Check you brake pads and cables to be sure they are in good condition.
- Test your brakes in the beginning of your ride to make sure that they are
operating properly.
- Learn and follow the local bicycle laws and regulations, and obey all traffic
signals, signs and laws while you ride.
If you ever any comments, questions or concerns, please contact your
nearest Campagnolo Service Center. A list of service centers may be found
on our website at www.campagnolo.com.
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2. O P E R A T I O N
1. ASSEMBLY
WARNING! COMPATIBILITY
The BAR END EPS brake levers are compatible ONLY with caliper brakes.
Im Falle einer Montage / Demontage oder Wartung der Komponenten muss das
EPS-Antriebssystem mit dem im Anweisungsblatt der EPS Power Unit beschriebenen Verfahren ausgeschaltet werden.
WARNING!
THE EPS BAR END BRAKE LEVERS MUST BE MOUNTED AND CONNECTED
ONLY AND EXCLUSIVELY BY ONE OF CAMPAGNOLO'S SERVICE CENTERS,
A CAMPAGNOLO PRO-SHOP OR A MECHANIC SPECIALISED IN MOUNTING
EPS GROUPSETS.
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT TAMPERING OR INCORRECT OR INCOMPLETE
INSTALLATION OF EVEN JUST ONE COMPONENT OF THE EPS GROUPSET
AUTOMATICALLY RESULTS IN THE INVALIDATION OF ANY WARRANTY.
• The left control lever 2 (B - Fig. 1)
operates the derailleur by moving up
the chain on the upper chainring.
B
• The left control lever 3 (C - Fig. 1) operates the derailleur by moving down the
chain on the lower chainring.
• The derailleur automatically centres
the fork in the best position depending
on the position of the chain on the
chainrings and pinions.
C
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• By briefly pressing one of the two
MODE buttons (Fig. 2 / 4) it is possible to
view the battery charge level on the LED
of the interface.
ATTENTION! NOTE FOR SPECIALISED MECHANICS!
Please remember that all assembly, disassembly, adjustment and maintenance
procedures for the EPS drivetrain are described in the EPS technical manual,
which is available in PDF format on our internet site www.campagnolo.com.
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• The right control lever 2 (B - Fig. 3)
operates the rear derailleur by moving
up the chain on the upper pinion.
IMPORTANT
In the event of a malfunction of the EPS Bar End brake levers, check the
section on the integrated diagnostics system reported in the instructions
leaflet of the EPS power unit and contact only and exclusively your PRO
SHOP, SERVICE CENTER or mechanic specialised in mounting EPS groupsets.
B
• The right control lever 3 (C - Fig. 3)
operates the rear derailleur by moving
down the chain on the lower pinion.
• By pressing and holding the right
control lever 2 (B - Fig. 3) you enable
multiple shifting upwards.
2.1 - RIDING SETTING and ZERO SETTING
C
• Pressing the MODE button (Fig. 2/4) located on the control of the rear derailleur
or derailleur for about 6 seconds allows to adjust the reference position of the
rear derailleur and derailleur (refer to the directions contained in the instructions
leaflet of the EPS rear derailleur and EPS derailleur).
• By pressing and holding the right
control lever 3 (C - Fig. 3) you enable
multiple shifting downwards.
• Pressing both MODE buttons together (Fig. 2/4) for about 6 seconds allows you
to reset the reference position of the rear derailleur and derailleur to zero.
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WARNING!
• By briefly pressing one of the two
MODE buttons (Fig. 2 / 4) it is possible to
view the battery charge level on the LED
of the interface.
Setting the rear derailleur and derailleur when the bicycle is in motion may
result in dangerous situations and cause accidents. Therefore please be very
careful if you decide to do it.
WARNING!
Resetting the rear derailleur and derailleur to zero is a particularly delicate
operation and must be carried out when the bicycle is stationary and placed
on a stand. This is why it should be conducted only and exclusively by a
Campagnolo Service Center, a Campagnolo Pro-shop or a mechanic specialised in mounting EPS groupsets.
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• Fix the cable with the brake
fastening screw (refer to the
brake user manual).
3. ASSEMBLING AND FITTING THE CABLE
• Remove rubber cap (F – Fig. 5)
from the front of the brake lever.
• Replace cap (F – Fig. 7) into
the brake lever hole.
F
F
7
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WARNING!
• Insert cable (G - Fig. 6) making
it go through hole (H – Fig. 6) of
the brake lever and the hole in
fixing screw.
Once the cable is installed, check it doesn’t foul steering or any other bike
function. Any fouling might jeopardize your ability to steer or control the
bike and might cause accidents, injuries and even death.
H
4 . R E M O VA L
G
Make sure the cable slides freely in the sheath.
WARNING!
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The cables of the front brakes are 800 mm long and have a 1.6 mm diameter.
The cables of the back brakes are 1600 mm long and have a 1.6 mm diameter.
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THE EPS BAR END BRAKE LEVERS MUST BE DISASSEMBLED ONLY
AND EXCLUSIVELY BY ONE OF CAMPAGNOLO SERVICE CENTERS, A
CAMPAGNOLO PRO-SHOP OR A MECHANIC SPECIALISED IN MOUNTING
EPS GROUPSETS.
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5. DISMANTLING THE WHEEL
6. MAINTENANCE
The EPS Bar-End brake levers are fitted with a button allowing the brake to be
released, making dismantling the wheels easier.
The cables and housings must be replaced every 2 years or after 20,000 km
maximum.
5.1. OPENING THE BRAKE CALIPER
If the bike is used in competitions, the cables and housings must be replaced
every year or after 15,000 km maximum.
• To open the brake caliper,
press button (L – Fig. 8) from
the inside towards the outside.
The intervals stated are just an indication and might vary significantly according to the conditions and intensity with which the bike is used (i.e. significant factors are: competitions, rain, salted roads during the winter, cyclist’s
weight, etc.). To identify the best intervals for your characteristics, contact
your mechanic.
L
Dirt damages the bike and its components seriously. Clean, rinse and dry your
bike thoroughly after using it.
Never wash your bike with a pressure washer. Pressurized water, even the
water coming out of a garden hose, may penetrate gaskets and enter your
Campagnolo® components, damaging them irreparably. Wash your bike and
Campagnolo® components with water and a neutral detergent. Dry with a soft
cloth: never use abrasive or metal brushes.
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5.2. RESETTING THE BRAKE CALIPER
• Acting on brake lever (M – Fig.
9), press at the same time button (L – Fig. 9) from the outside
towards the inside.
L
M
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