SYSTEM 5 allows to use the standard lever and cable of the bike, making the assembly process much easier and assuring the powerful of an hydraulic brake. Two side pistons of 18 mm diameter enhance the modulation and the braking power. The centering adjuster makes easy the fitting of the caliper on the brake disc so to avoid the interferences with the pads in rest-position.
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