Campagnolo Corsa Record
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Category:  Brake Levers
Name:  Campagnolo Corsa Record
Brand:  Campagnolo
Years:  1980's - ?
Country:  Italy
Weight:  240 grams
Added By: CV-6 on 07/25/08
Updated By: JFischer on 01/14/10
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Campagnolo Corsa RecordCampagnolo Corsa RecordCampagnolo Corsa Record
StyleAero; Non-AeroReturn Spring No
Quick Release NoCable AdjusterNo
Lever Material AluminumLever MarkingsCampagnolo Shield
Body Material Hood/Body MarkingsCampagnolo Shield
Attachment Bolt AccessPivot blade forward to access.  
General Information
First gen C-Record, first included with the ill-fated first gen Delta brakes.  Some users have mentioned that some of these were also paired with the Cobalto brakes, however it appears that the later levers were quickly brought to market about the same time.  No quick release.  Came configured for normal use, but with addition of a small bridge piece inside the blade and the removal of a notch, could be used aero.  Cable attachment pivot is located lower on the blade than later versions.
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Component VariationsView Detailed List  Manage Variations
Variations of Component exist (Component is 1 of 3)BrandGroup
Campagnolo Corsa Record (Pantographed)CampagnoloC-Record
Campagnolo Corsa Record (with 'Power Grade')CampagnoloC-Record
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