- Sram 180-203 adaptor? CPS/Non CPS
So was looking at a 203 centerline front rotor as an upgrade from the 180.
Planet X have them at a decent price so thought I would pick up the adaptor too as they are only a couple of quid, but the ones I can see are only 20mm? Do these still work ok or is there a specific 23mm one out there?
Also – what is the difference between CPS and non CPS?
This is it here:Posted 6 months ago
Just washers on the top side – so non CPSPosted 6 months ago
Somthing I wrote once…
What mount do I need?
Difference Example Conversions Mount Type
Bird Frame (160) to 180mm Rotor
Older Forks (160) to 180mm Rotor
Newer Forks (180) to 200mm Rotor L
Bird Frame (160) to 183mm Rotor
Older Forks (160) to 183mm Rotor
Newer Forks (180) to 203mm Rotor H
Bird Frame (160) to 200mm Rotor
Older Forks (160) to 200mm Rotor M
+43mmPosted 6 months ago
Bird Frame (160) to 203mm Rotor
Older Forks (160) to 203mm Rotor C
Thank you – I have newer forks so Newer Forks (180) to 203mm Rotor H looks like there is no stock on the 203 one.
Will this work from Uber?
It doesnt really make it clear if this is to mount a 203 on a 180 mount?Posted 6 months agovincienupSubscriber
I always go for the Shimano ‘xtr’ level adaptors. Granted, adaptors aren’t very heavy, but there are some big, ugly ones out there with way more metal than necessary.
Increasingly, the Shimano calliper adaptors are usually the only Shimano parts on my bikes these days! 😂
Agree with Ben that I wouldn’t buy Hope in this case unless I was running a full Hope brake setup. There can be some surprising incompatibilities as Hope have an ‘interesting’ approach to the standards the rest of the industry generally stick to at times.Posted 6 months ago
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