Magura MTS Disc Brake - Storm SL Rotor MAX P Upgradeable High end brake CARBOTECTURE 174; body ANTI-Features FEEL SAFETY-Ergonomics EBT (Easy Bleed Technology) Weight 320g (including 160mm Storm SL-Rotor) MTS - Technology Open hydraulic disc brake system with completely integrated reservoir. EBT technology for superfast and convenient bleeding. Dual piston fixed caliper with automatic pad wear adjustment in a smart DAD (Double Arch Design) for maximum stiffness. Pad wear thickness can be checked without removal of the pads. The master is made out of our innovative Carbotecture 174; with a new incredible lightweight and durable aluminium lever blade. Featuring a cool look, distinctively enhanced durability and optimized friction performance for stunning brake power. Available with 203, 180, 160 and 140 mm diameter. Featherlight aluminium 2-finger blade with integrated reach adjust. Weight: From 320 g/0.61 lbs. onwards incl. 160 mm Storm
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[SIZE=3]Brakes heat up and fail on short down hills. Mugura MTS brakes with Storm SL 160 rotor.[/SIZE]
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