DiaTech Anchor Disc Brake System

Anchor

The Diatech disc brake sytem has been tested on many race circuits including the Norba and World Cup downhill tracks to ensure that it would perform under the toughest conditions. Not only did this brake perform, it out performed any other brake that the test riders had ever ridden before and that is saying something. With all the power of a four-piston brake only one finger braking required. No fade or pump up even on the longest of descents.

  • Two-pot open system that self-adjusts as the pads wear.
  • CNC machined two finger levers, calipers, hoses, wavy rotor and universal 'Hayes' type or I.S. mounting kits.
  • Available in black only

  • User Reviews (4)

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    Skrufryder   Cross Country Rider [Feb 20, 2012]
    Strength:

    I paid 20 bucks,hydro,Strong Stoppers!

    Weakness:

    ??weight??

    Theese things STOP! One finger, easy maintenance. Oh and hayes parts work for these. had to get new hose's and conetctors Way better than any mechanical disc for sure

    Similar Products Used: shimano,tectro
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    5
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    5
    L'il Matt   Weekend Warrior [May 17, 2009]
    Strength:

    Effective, inexpensive, uncomplicated!

    Weakness:

    Initial vibration/resonance through FS rear end (not alone there...), heavy if you are weight conscious.

    Not an extreme rider, don't care about the "bling" factor and want a no fuss, effective & inexpensive brake? Try these...no mess, no fuss and effective. What more do ya want?

    Similar Products Used: Avid BB5, Shimano mechanical.
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    RATING
    4
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    5
    roguetrooper   Weekend Warrior [Apr 30, 2009]
    Strength:

    Strong reliable good value

    Weakness:

    no adjustment heavy

    Good stopping power,never overheat, take a hammering, good value basic hydrolic brake.

    Similar Products Used: shimano
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    3
    VALUE
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    4
    kgunzer   Downhiller [Feb 06, 2009]
    Strength:

    Strong stopping power (SUPER STRONG STOPPING POWER). If you want to stop, press lightly!!!

    Weakness:

    not enough regulation.

    The brakes would do well for trial bikes where you need to lightly touch the brakes and lock the wheels. Mounting it on XC and high speed bikes is quite of a learning curve.

    I learned it how to use the power, I love it, I'm keeping it and I'll recommend it.

    Brake pads work on several rotors without a hitch. Even the cheap ones will lock so be careful.

    Similar Products Used: Avid Juicy Code, Avid Juicy 5, Hayes 9, Tektro Auriga, Shimano Saint
    OVERALL
    RATING
    4
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
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