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My current plan is to use an eight inch rotor on the front and five inch rotor on the rear of my Burner frame. Fade has rarely been and issue, but I wouldn't mind more modulation if I don't have to give up much braking power.
-I am intrigued by the Formula 'ORO's' for their simplicity and weight.
-The El Camino has too much slop in the brake lever for my taste.
-The Juicy 5 or 7 has earned a reputation for being finicky with regards to frequent bleed issues.
-The Magura's have a bad historical reputation,
What is your favorite disc brake for cross country riding?