Yes, compared to anything.alivio said:Yes? Compared to what?
No? Compared to what?
Plz be specific about what setup you have experience with.
I plan on using either shimano XTR levers or road Time Trial levers or regualr road levers, I don´t know if the power will go down by doing this, do you?
I just installed a set of BB7's on my bike last night. The rotor I went for was the Avid CleanSweep G2. It is not centerlock, but I used an adapter to make it centerlock. When it was finally installed and locked in, the connection was absolutely solid. There is no play whatsoever that I can feel.alivio said:I want one piece Centerlock steel rotors
There are two kinds of levers...Linear Pull/V-Brake levers pull more cable and the MTB version of the BB7 is designed for these. Pretty much all MTB's since about 1997 come with brake levers for Linear Pull brakes. There are a couple of road/touring/drop bar MTB brake levers that also work on linear pull brakes. The Road BB7 is designed for Road levers including all the Brifters (Brake/Shifter) and TT levers...as well as older MTB levers that were designed for Cantilever brakes. These levers pull less cable. The Road BB7's look and work the same as the MTB version...just designed for the shorter pull levers.alivio said:I need further assistance guys.
I need the "road" version BB7 right? What is the difference? Some other kind of leverage ratio? I got no clue really.
Some of the cheap Shimano rotors are too soft to use Metallic pads on them (stock on the BB7's). Using these pads will wear them out prematurely. Therefore Resin or Organic pads only for those rotors.alivio said:Lol I must have missed that completely, but does anyone know about the deores and pads.