TRP G-Spec Trail SLC disc brake HD-M826 carbon lever

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  • In 2016, TRP began working with reigning UCI DH World Cup Champion Aaron Gwin. Out of the gate, he was impressed with the initial level of performance, but he did have a list of improvements needed to achieve world cup winning performance. Working closely with the TRP development team, improvements were made to every part of the brake necessary. They were then tested on the world cup circuit throughout the season. The result is G-Spec, Aaron asked and we delivered every detail. With no expense spared creating G-Spec brakes, every rider can now stop with world cup winning performance.
    The G-Spec Trail SL places all the best features from the G-Spec DH brake into a lighter package. If you are wondering what the difference is between our downhill brakes and the new G-Spec Trail line just think downhill power tuned specifically for the wide range of speeds experienced while trail riding. The G-Spec Trail SL gets the same finned caliper body as our downhill brake but mismatched pistons(2x14mm, 2x16mm) allow for improved modulation. The Aaron Gwin lever blade gets mounted to the lightweight trail lever body and offers both direct mount shifter options.

    • Four Piston Forged Caliper
    • Tool Free and Indexed Reach Adjust
    • 2x16mm/2x14mm Pistons
    • Light Weight Hybrid Pistons (Composite/ Stainless)
    • CNC caliper with cooling fins
    • Carbon Aaron Gwin Designed Lever Blade
    • Compatible with Shimano I-spec II, Tektro HD 3.5 Adapter for SRAM Matchmaker
    • Weight: 312g (Front)
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    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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