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Sensah Empire VS Shimano 105

If you're considering an 11 speed bike with Shimano 105 vs a LaVita bike with Sensah Empire, here are the similarities and differences.


  • Both Shimano 105 R7000 and Sensah Empire are 11-speed groupsets, with 11 sprockets on the rear wheel and a double chainset.

  • Sensah Empire can also be used as a 1x11 with a long cage rear derailleur.

  • Shimano 105 is the world's most popular groupset, and you'll find it as original equipment on hundreds of models of bike; Sensah Empire is widely used outside Europe - it's compatible with SRAM 11 speed with is commonly used in Europe.

  • The main difference between the two is the shifting interface: Shimano has two levers for separate up- and down-shifting, Sensah uses the SRAM 'double tap' system so has just one for both up and down shifting.



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