The Record and Super Record groups differ in materials, weight and price. The weights: 2,041g for the Super Record compared to 2,213g for the Record.
Super Record uses Campag’s CULT ceramic bearings between the crankset and cups; Record relies on the USB bearings. The cranks use hollow-carbon construction and titanium shafts, where Record uses solid construction arms with a steel shaft connecting the cranks. With those touches, and the extra carbon between the spider arms, the Super Record crankset sees the most significant differences.
Super Record Ergopower levers feature cut-outs and its front derailleur uses an aluminium inner plate and carbon on its outer cage plate. The rear derailleur features more cut-outs and a carbon outer plate.
The brake calipers look very similar on both sets but Super Record’s feature titanium screws and hardware, as the Super Record groupset does throughout.
Super Record definitely shifts and operates smoothly, and has earned the ‘Super’ prefix with its material and design upgrades.