They all suck, but the 3's seem just as good as the 5's.I've had 3,5,7,ultimates and now I'm running Hope's. Hope brakes are 100 times better.
I got 185 rotors. Still waiting for my shock to get here to test the bike and the brakes.24v said:I think the Juicy 3's are fine for a budget hydraulic. If bedded properly, they stop well, and have decent modulation. I had them on my first mountain bike, and they worked fine. Swapping from 160 to 185 discs helped quite a bit. I can't speak for the long term durability of them, as I only rode that bike for 6 months or so, but they were 6 trouble free months.