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Jagwire Elite CR1 Vented Disc Brake Rotor
Jagwire Elite CR1 Vented Disc Brake Rotor
Jagwire Elite CR1 Vented Disc Brake Rotor

Jagwire
Elite CR1 Vented Disc Brake Rotor

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Designed to enhance braking performance through improved heat management and superior heat dissipation, the Jagwire Elite CR1 Vented Disc Brake Rotor is a lightweight, high-performance rotor. Featuring a 3-piece design, the CR1's key feature are the 6 aluminum cooling fins, designed to pull heat away from the braking surface and out into the air. A vented stainless steel braking surface attaches to an aluminum spider designed for 6-bolt disc hub compatibility.

The Jagwire Elite CR1 Vented Disc Brake Rotor is not compatible with calipers that use pads that extend below the caliper body. Examples include the Avid BB7, Avid Juicy, Hayes HFX, and Hayes MX1.


Features:

  • High-quality, stainless steel machined braking surface ensures consistent stopping power and superior modulation.
  • The spider design ensures compatibility with 6-bolt designs.
  • Stainless steel braking surfaces with aluminum cooling fins designed to pull heat away.
  • Available sizes: 160mm, 180mm.
  • Claimed weight: 117g (160mm), 146g (180mm).

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Brake Type: Disc 

 

Brake Pad Type: Disc 

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