Battery Case/mount & Wires: Connecting the System Shimano’s XTR M9050 shifting system uses the same E-tube platform introduced with road Di2 groups. E-tube is programmable, customizable and allows for expansion and further system integration. Wires are offered in a wide variety of lengths, ensuring optimized wiring for bikes of all sizes and shapes. Unlike traditional cables and housing, wires are not affected by trail and weather conditions, providing consistent performance at all times. The SM-BTC1 mounts Shimano’s SM-BTR2 on a bike’s water bottle bosses and also acts as a Junction B, connecting wires from the shifters to the battery and derailleur. The SM-BTC1 also acts as a cable organizer, keeping your bike looking tidy. SM-BTC1 mounts current SM-BTR2 battery externally next to bottle cage Low profile design mounts to any frame with bottle cage mount Junction B function Six E-tube wiring ports with cable organizer Clean appearance thanks to internal wire routing System expansion thanks to E-tube platform
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You purchase your bike from evocycles.co.nz
Our expert mechanic pulls your bike out of the box and builds it to 100%, excluding accessories (i.e racks and baskets). We tune the brakes and gears then test ride to ensure everything runs smoothly.
We then take off a few simple parts to fit the bike into the box. We double check to ensure all the parts are enclosed, before sealing the box and sending to you.
Your bike arrives!
You use 2-3 common tools to fit a few simple parts. If you get stuck, use our help centre and bike assembly guides or give us a call and we'll talk you through the process.