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I have come to the conclusion that as long as the rear der. and the cassette are of the same brand (in this case Campy) it is possible to mix and match without problems with the R2C's. I know it theoretically shouldn't work 100 % - but in this case it works in real life. I know of at least one other example where it has been done - also without issues.
I also run shimano wheels on my Campy equipped road bike - no problems either. Shifting is as fine as when using Campy wheels. And I'm not a mechanic...
More details and an interesting comparison at my blog:
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I have not paid full retail on the wheels. Got them both second hand at very good prices
Cranks are THM Claviculas with Fibre Lyte and Tune carbon chain rings. Very light and very stiff. (And a work of art in my opinion)
That's why I wear my Road I.D. while driving my Ford with Sync technology
Here's a shot from a couple of years back.
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