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  • 4pot brakes, £200 total budget
  • colournoise
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    MT5 and your existing Shimano levers. Masses of power and pleadingly easy to bleed. Plus, colour coded caliper trims if that’s your bag.

    rockhopper70
    Full Member

    Big test here and RSCs won, at RRP too. That deal at Stif looks great.

    The best MTB disc brake you can buy

    swanny853
    Full Member

    “ MT5 pro would be my choice, the standard ones are bonkers but just need a shorter lever.”

    I have both and prefer the longer levers! Shorter ones look better but the longer ones just feel better

    silasgreenback
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    Unless you’re ebiking cura2’s will probably outbrake loads of 4 pots and be equal to plenty of others. Couldnt believe the power on mine.

    not a lot of blurb on em but theres a vid or two about them being used on and up to the job of a downhill bike

    Jump up to cura4 and prepare for eyeballs to pop out.

    Plus Paul at Elro is superb to deal with if you need any support.

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