Campagnolo Victory S3 (graphite finish, Century?)
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Category:  Rear Derailleurs
Name:  Campagnolo Victory S3 (graphite finish, Century?)
Brand:  Campagnolo
Primary Group:  Victory
Model:  Victory S3
Years:  1988
Country:  Italy
Added By: cudak888 on 09/15/08
Updated By: peterbman on 04/11/14
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Outer Plate MarkingsCampagnolo scriptInner Plate Markings
MaterialAluminum AlloyDesign CategoryInline parallelogram
Attachment Bolt Size6mm Allen KeyCable Attachment Bolt Size8mm Wrench
Shifting SystemsCampagnolo Syncro
Campagnolo Syncro II
Friction
Cable AdjusterOptional
Cage LengthShortMax Cog Size
Max Chain Wrap  
General Information
Graphite-finish variant of the 1988 Campagnolo Victory S3 rear derailer. Graphite color has a solid, satin finish unlike the transparent grey anodizing of the Campagnolo Century finish. Actual name of finish unknown. Otherwise, identical to polished-finish '88 Victory S3 RD.
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Component VariationsView Detailed List  Manage Variations
Variations of Component exist (Component is 1 of 5)BrandGroup
Campagnolo G010-SM, VictoryCampagnoloVictory
Campagnolo Victory S3CampagnoloVictory
Campagnolo Victory S3CampagnoloVictory
Campagnolo Victory (long cage "Leisure gear")CampagnoloVictory LX
Component Groups
Primary Group NameBrandQuick InfoBrowse Group Components
VictoryCampagnolo1984 - , Road Race/ PistaView 17 Components
Details:  The Victory group was introduced in 1985, the Triomphe group first appeared in Campagnolo catalogs in 1986.
Both groups were discontinued in the late 1980's and replaced with Athena and the new wave of Campagnolo mid-range groupsets.
Triomphe and Victory were designed not only as a mid-level component but also as a legacy design to those that preferred the old Gran Sport / Nuovo Record (=> Triomphe) and Nuovo Record / Super Record (=> Victory) designs over the new C-Record.
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