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Shimano Ultegra Brake Calliper 6700

Features:

  • Dual-pivot calliper brake with super SLR design for quick linear response, increased rigidity and improved braking power
  • Must be used in conjunction with ST-7900 or ST-6700 STIs for correct leverage ratio
  • Enhanced brake arch proportions give a quicker linear response and increased power
  • Low profile outer cable stop position improves cable routing for reduced friction
  • Brake shoe compound produces 100% more stopping power in wet conditions than the previous generation
  • Spring tension adjuster for precision set-up
  • Adjustable toe-in on the brake shoes for easy set up
  • Total weight 317 grams (front and rear)

Buy Shimano Ultegra Brake Calliper 6700 from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicyle store

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  • Option: Rear, Front
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 Great stopping power Bought a pair in discount and i´m amazed with the quality, smoothness and stopping power. Also looks great on my bike. 07 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice looking, Adjustable, Durable, Good Fit, High Quality Great breaks, look good work even better. Upgraded from the basic Bianchi Reparto Corse Brake Calipers and wow what a difference (in combination with 6700 levers)! Stopping power increased but on the other side they are few grams heavier. It's Ok! Recommended! 29 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by great looks.. nice stopping power Good upgrade from the default brake caliper that came together with my first bike. Quality construction and performance. 17 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Upgrade These were part of my ongoing upgrade on my Trek Madone. The brakes were an un-named brand which worked reasonably well. These are a different standard altogether, the quality and finish is A1 as well as giving an improved braking, even with the Tiagra levers. 19 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Those calipers are better than the one i had on my road bike. They brake very well and easy to use. Well constructed. Love them. 18 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by great brakes inspire confidence... look great too!!! Well worth the money as a birthday upgrade for my road bike. Easily fitted and no effort to adjust, work great with 105 5700 levers. 17 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great stopping power I'm really happy with these BR-6700 Shimano brake calipers. I felt I had to share this review as I needed the clarification below but it was really hard to get a proper answer. YES you can use these with older style levers. The pull ratio is not an issue. I asked Shimano and they advised it's best to use these new generation calipers with the same generation levers due to a change in pull ratio. However they suggested it's ok to use the older levers but you may experience a more spongy feel. For the price I had to try it for myself and surprise, surprise NO spongy feel! In fact it feels even better with a touch more modulation. Similar to comparing hydro disc brake feel. I was using the Dura ace 7800 levers and calipers. Donated my 7800 calipers to my son so gave the Ultegra BR-6700 a go. They work perfectly and in my opinion pull up slightly better than the BR-7800 with an improved, stronger feel. Both pad sets used are the same (R55 C3). I love the colour of the dark grey and interestingly the weight is identical to the older dura ace 7800 calipers just 155g ea with pads and mounting nut. Now my son is asking for them instead of the 7800 calipers just because they look hot against carbon! Think I could buy a spare set if they can do the same price for me again. I'm thinking CRC could consider previous buyers that give a positive review an option to buy again at same price paid for first? 29 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product! The installation was really easy and the product itself is amazing! 28 March 2014
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Yes, your 6600 STI levers should work fine on these 6700 calipers.
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High chance that it will work. I have this brakes with Shimano 105 5700 levers.
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Nut length?

I am looking to replace the same type of unit on the front of my bike after bending the pivot bolt in an off, the nut on my existing unit is a 18mm, can you confirm if which length nut comes with these?
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The front caliper is supplied with a 18mm nut and the rear is supplied with a 10mm nut.
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When I changed I had to use the not off my original brakes, i'm pretty sure you will have to buy a new not. I't worth the bother because the Ultegra units are well made, look great and work so much better. They are a must have!
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I need a longer pivot bolt as the rear bolt is too short to reach through my frame and have come to the conclusion I may as well just get a new brake. Is there any reason why I cant mount a front brake on the rear? I have tried extra long recessed nuts to no avail.
If anyone can source longer pivot bolts that would also do the trick
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Our range of sunken nut lengths is linked below. There's no reason why you can't use a front caliper as a rear brake if you wish/ need the longer mounting bolt.
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The only difference between the front and the rear caliper is the length of the pivot bolt. The only problem you could have is that the front bolt is longer that what you need and you'll have to install some spacers.
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I have a 2013 Trek Domane 4.5 with the 105 brakes, but it has the Ultegra levers for the Ultegra 10-speed derailleurs.

Is this the correct front and rear to use as a drop in replacement?
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I have upgraded my Domane 4.0 with Ultegra brakes and gears with no problems.Easy to fit and great to use. You may need to use the extended nut off your 105 front brake with the Ultegra front brake.
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Yes, will work like a charm
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I have a Cannondale CAADX with Tektro brake callipers and Shimano 105 levers and want to upgrade the callipers to Shimano Ultegra 6700 for better modulated braking. Are the 6700's compatible with the 105 levers?
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The 6700 brakes will work fine with the 105 levers as the brakes will use the same throw (cable pull) as the older version so will be fully compatible.
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which version of ULTEGRA?

I have a GIANT DEFY 2014 Compact that came with a mostly 105 group set including shifters.However the brakes lack something they are the std issue Tektro TK-R540.I am looking to upgrade to ULTEGRA Brakes but I have a few Q's.
1-Will these fit my 105 shifters
2-can you explain what the difference is between ULTEGRA 6700,6800,6810 AND r650 VERSIONS?
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The ULTEGRA 6700,6800,6810 numbers are in reference to the model number of the component group; which can sometimes only have cosmetic difference and commonly mechanical differences.

This caliper is recommended for use with only Shimano 7900 (Dura Ace) and 6700 (Ultegra) shifters/brake levers to obtain the correct cable pull ratio and get optimum power from the caliper.

Compatibility with your system will depend on which 105 model number currently being used; please forward the model number and additional information to our Technical Department for more advice here -

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Swapping over from R561 calipers

I currently have Shimano R561 calipers with Shimano Ultegra Di2 shifters, Shimano Ultegra levers & Shimano brake cables. Can I simply swap over the R561 calipers with these Ultegra 6700 calipers? Any comparability issues with levers and cable?
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This caliper will act as a direct replacement/upgrade for the R561 caliper.
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Drop length and compatibility

Hello-

I am looking for a new front brake for my winter fixed- could you tell me the drop of this caliper- (it would need to fit over mudguards). Also would it be compatible with Shimano R600 brake levers?

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This caliper has a Standard 49mm Drop and is compatible with the R600 levers.
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Confermiamo che il colore Grey non é glossy.
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Compatible with Shimano 2300 levers?

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Yes; the entry level 2300 group levers will operate the Ultegra calipers without any trouble.
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