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zero gravity calipers

tanipantanipan Posts: 261
edited May 2007 in Workshop
hi
looking for brake calipers which are the best out of record [new type]
dura-ace or zero gravity, the last set has anyone used them
cheers

m parsons
m parsons

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  • chip42chip42 Posts: 145
    Zero gravity calipers are very good indeed,obviously light and very powerful.I have used them in the Dolomites and had no problems slowing from 40 odd mph for hairpins etc.

    Andy
  • teknotekno Posts: 87
    also check out the new FSA brakes.they work better than Dura Ace.
  • maddog_2cpmaddog_2cp Posts: 73
    if you're that concerned about braking performance then you either need v/disc brakes or ceramic rims. IMO.

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  • If you're looking at brakes in the prce range of Zero Gravity, then you might want to consider these as well;

    http://www.poshbikes.com/product.php?id=322

    I have them on my good bike can recommend them. Reviews for them seem to suggest they are as good as the Zero Gravity brakes, albeit a little different in braking style

    Simon
  • maddog_2cpmaddog_2cp Posts: 73
    very trick

    (and you don't even get any blocks...)

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