SRAM Code R disc brake matte black

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  • Sleek, easy to use, yet immensely powerful. Code R packs a winning punch with a reliable DirectLink lever mated to Code’s new oversized four-piston caliper. SRAM’s signature ergonomics are supplemented by the tool-free reach adjust for a fit to each riders’ needs, to unleash Code’s superior braking power, consistency and modulation.

    Specs
    • Weight: 443g
    • Lever Material: Forged aluminum
    • Caliper Design: 4-piston, dual diameter caliper
    • Finish: Diffusion Black
    • Pad: Steel-backed metal sintered
    • Fluid: DOT 5.1
    • Mount: Ambidextrous
    • Special: Features Reach Adjust, Bleeding Edge, MatchMaker X
    • Technology Highlight(s): DirectLink, Expandable Bladder, Timing Port Closure, Bleeding Edge, Heat Shield
    • Pad / Holder: Top-loading
    • Rotor Sizes: 160, 170, 180, 200mm
    • Other: All-new Code design based on Guide architecture, Designed specifically to handle heavy-duty demands


    Bleeding Edge
    Bleeding Edge technology makes bleeding brakes quick and simple. An updated fluid path and bleed porting make it easier to push fluid through the caliper. A dedicated bleed adapter plugs into the bleed port and seals the system to minimize air contamination and fluid loss.

    MatchMaker and MMX Compatible
    Save weight and clutter on the bar with Matchmaker. It holds Avid levers, SRAM triggers, and various RockShox controls, all with one tidy, light, clamp--a dream come true for handlebar component footprint conservationists the world over. Available in two versions: Matchmaker X integrates the RockShoxXLoc and is compatible with XX and X0 brakes. Standard Matchmakeris also available and works with any split-clamp design and RockShox PushLoc.
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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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