Shimano XTR BR-M9120 disc brake right rear 1700mm

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  • XTR



    • Higher braking force with reduced input force at finger tips highly linear response, and braking power, stroke, and time lag reduced by 30% compared with M9000
    • 10% braking power up (vs. M9020)


    • High-performance brake control
    • High power
    • Banjo type connection and inside hose routing

    Product Specifications

    • Average weight 385 g
    • Brake hose (kit): SM-BH90-SBM
    • Hose joint: Banjo
    • Mount type(available for IS mount with mount adapter): Post-type
    • Pad Standard: N03A Resin pad w/radiator fin, N04A Metal pad w/radiator fin
    • Piston: 4
    • Recommended brake lever: BL-M9120
    • Recommended brake rotor: RT-MT900



    • Greater flexibility and action-optimized cockpit layout
    • Update brake lever shape
    • 10% stiffer than M9000 even under high temp conditions
    • Magnesium master cylinder
    • 26 g lighter (vs. BL/BR-M9000 with disc brake rotor)


    • Seamless operation
    • High rigidity
    • Lightweight
    • Quicker brake engagement with shorter free stroke

    Product Specifications
    • Average weight 385 g
    • Brake hose (Kit): SM-BH90-SBM
    • Compatible shifting lever mount_I-SPEC EV
    • Free stroke adjust
    • Funnel bleeding
    • Hose joint: Straight
    • Lever size (Finger): 2
    • Reach adjust: Toolless
    • Recommended brake caliper: BR-M9120

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  • Tipp
    Hint for breaking-in:
    New disc brake pads require a certain break-in period in order to provide the full brake power.
    The following procedure has proved oneself: drag braking on a downhill until the brake power noticeably increases. Then let the brake rotor cool out. Afterwards do 20 full stop brakings from a medium speed. Attention: the rotors get very hot, do not touch them!
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