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Tim Daines - 06/04/2017
These are the best brakes known to man. Period. They are XTR brakes on steroids...and they´re lighter! With ICE tech, they never fade. I have two bikes - one is a full XTR equipped enduro bike. I have always assumed there was nothing better, component-wise. My all-mountain bike is an XT bike, but they cheaped out a little on the brakes, and equipped it with SLX. Typically, SLX is OK stuff - it´s third shelf, but usually has the same overall characteristics at XT/XTR, with a weight penalty. Not so with the brakes....I was constantly worrying about my brakes, and whether they had enough bite to stop the big tires I run. Occasionally, the rear seemed a little soft, so I decided to upgrade. Researching XTR vs. Saint, it´s clear that these are intended for downhill duty, but the thing is...there´s no weight penalty and they are 4-piston calipers! I decided to go with it because they are a great price, and my tendency on safety items (brakes, helments, etc), is to get the best you can get. I highly recommend as upgrade on any downhill, enduro, or all-mountain bike. Modulation, power, and control is superior to XTR (and XTR is friggin´ awesome). The thing I love the most is the lever effort required is so minimal, there is no finger fatigue. On long runs, I feel like I have more overall control of the bike with less effort. Best upgrade I have ever put on my bike. And they look cool...
Left side rear
Jeff d Marsh - 23/01/2017
wanted to know if these were left side rear ?
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Yes, this is a left side rear brake. Thanks.
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