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My Guide RSC should be the 2018 model. When I bleed then for the first Time today I see that the caliper fo not have the bleeding edge connection, instead it has normal threaded connection.

Have I got screwed and got old brakes or have Sram taken away the connector for 2018?
 

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SRAM has not taken away the Bleeding Edge port on the RSC brakes so you have the old non-Bleeding Edge calipers. Did you buy these brakes separately or did they come on a factory built bike?
 

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Bought them as an upgrade together with my Ripmo. Ordered june 2018 and got them september 2018 with the bike. Asked especially when I ordered them that it was the latest model as I know it have been troubles with Guide brakes (which I have now). I am pissed.

Sram numbers:
00.5018.031.002
00.5018.031.003

Edit: Amazon have them listed since september 2014! Does it mean it is 2015 model?
 

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Bought them as an upgrade together with my Ripmo. Ordered june 2018 and got them september 2018 with the bike. Asked especially when I ordered them that it was the latest model as I know it have been troubles with Guide brakes (which I have now). I am pissed.

Sram numbers:
00.5018.031.002
00.5018.031.003

Edit: Amazon have them listed since september 2014! Does it mean it is 2015 model?
hate to tell you but these are not the new ones, new ones are

00.5018.109.000 front
00.5018.109.001 rear
 
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