Less Heat + More Stopping Power = Better Braking
Shimano Deore XT RT-MT800s are compact and lightweight disc brake rotors that feature rapid heat dissipation thanks to Ice Technologies FREEZA heat management system. Installation and removal is quick and easy with Shimano's centerlock design.
Shimano's Ice Tech Freeza technology means this rotor is able to cope with sustained braking and high temperatures. Shimano's advanced Freeza heat-dissipating design reduces brake fade.
External lockrings install with a bottom bracket tool and fit all axles up to 20mm.
- Deore XT series disc rotor for reliable stopping power in all conditions
- Maximum heat dissipation thanks to Ice-Tech Freeza technology
- Available in 180 or 203mm sizes
- Externally splined version
- Centerlock hub compatible
- For use with gravel or MTB disc brake systems
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Brake Pad Type: Disc
Brake Type: Disc
Diameter: 140mm, 160mm, 180mm, 203mm
Hub Compatibility: Center-Lock
Brake Parts: Rotor
180mm - Centerlock (External Spline Type)
Mfg PartNum: IRTMT800ME
203mm - Centerlock (External Spline Type)
Mfg PartNum: IRTMT800LE
Weight weenie wise, this rotor is lighter than the XTR version and lighter than the Ultegra and Dura-ace versions. This is why I got it. Works well on my road bike paired to Ultegra R8000 shiftercaliper. I'm using 160mm front140mm rear.
What else can I say? It works as intended.
Needed additional rotors for a new (to me) wheelset. Have used the previous model of the Ultegra rotors and whilst they were great, i really like the move back to a more open design approach. Takes me back to my first disc MTB 20 years ago!
Finally upgraded bike from resin-only to sintered compatible discs. Working well and no squeals in the first couple hundred miles, even in the wet. These look pretty rad, too.
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