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Front 950mm - Black Anodized
SRAM Guide RSC Trail Disc Brake B1 Version
SRAM Guide RSC Trail Disc Brake B1 Version

SRAM
Guide RSC Trail Disc Brake B1 Version

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The way you brake on the trail means everything when it comes to maximizing your effort and speed. SRAM's Guide RSC Disc Brake features a 4-piston caliper for excellent stopping power, and the SwingLink lever design uses a special cam to give you the best in modulation and feel. For prolonged performance in extreme conditions, a stainless-steel heat shield in the caliper reduces fluid temperatures by approximately 20° Celsius, and when it comes time for service, the Bleeding Edge™ system utilizes a quick-release bleed adapter for keeping out air and reducing fluid loss.

Rotors not included.


Details:

  • Weight: 381 g
  • Tool-free reach and contact-point adjustment
  • 4-piston, dual diameter caliper
  • Tool-free reach and contact-point adjustment
  • Bleeding Edge™ design for hassle-free service
  • Heat Shield stainless-steel barrier in the caliper reduces fluid temperature
  • Ambidextrous mount
  • MatchMaker™ X compatible
  • Aluminum lever and caliper
  • Precision sealed lever bearings
  • Stainless steel hardware
  • Includes steel-backed organic pads
  • Recommended for use with SRAM Centerline rotors (not included)
 

Brake Pad Type: Disc 

 

Brake Type: Disc 

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