- Which brakes sub £200?
SLX might fit the bill. Not the lightest but amazing stopping power with 203mm rotors on my old big hit, not far off the Formula The Ones I have now.
The Formula Store has sold out of cheap The Ones now, but still has Megas (even cheaper and v similar)…Posted 6 years ago
Looking to replace my Avid Juicy 5 with 185mm rotors for something else as the piston in the rear caliper keeps sticking.
Use is All Mountain with a slight downhill bias, but don’t have a chance to try out other peoples. Ideally would like something with modulation, but plenty of power when needed.
I’m thinking to try and pick up a set of Hope V2 second hand, but any suggestions would be welcome.Posted 6 years agojohntheboyMember
uwe-r – Member
You should find Avid Elixer a step up from Juicys. I have the basic elixer 5’s and have run them for a year with no problem and there has been no loss of power / need to bleed them yet.
I echo these thoughts also run Elixer 5’s and found them brill in all departments.Posted 6 years ago
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