hydrualic brakes

lancs boy
lancs boy Posts: 70
edited February 2010 in MTB buying advice
looking for some new brakes just want some advice on some any in mind :?:
cube acid

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  • Whats your budget?
    2006 Giant XTC
    2010 Giant Defy Advanced
    2016 Boardman Pro 29er
    2016 Pinnacle Lithium 4
    2017 Canondale Supersix Evo
  • 100 odd quid just for front and then that much on rear
    cube acid
  • JamesBrckmn
    JamesBrckmn Posts: 1,360
    edited February 2010
    http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Mode ... elID=29728
    Elixir's get very good reviews, and if you're worried about weight, spend a little more to get the carbon ones: http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Mode ... elID=29726
  • like the hope ones just dont know witch model :!: :!: :?:
    cube acid
  • pastey_boy
    pastey_boy Posts: 2,083
    Viner Salviati
    Shark Aero Pro
    Px Ti Custom
    Cougar 531
    Sab single speed
    Argon 18 E-112 TT
    One-one Ti 456 Evo
    Ridley Cheetah TT
    Orange Clockwork 2007 ltd ed
    Yeti ASR 5
    Cove Hummer XC Ti
  • lancs boy wrote:
    like the hope ones just dont know witch model :!: :!: :?:

    I got the tech x2's, but if you are into DH you may need to go for the tech m4's, i find the x2's for my 10 stone weight plenty enough power and a great modulating brake, using a 180 rotor up front and a 160 at rear, i would have had 180 up rear but my 2001 cove hardtail will only accept a 160 max at rear.

    The bleeding process is much easier with hope as opposed to avid's, the hopes are bled in the same way as a cars brakes with no special bleed kit required, avid require a bleed kit.
    2001 Cove Stiffee FR
    Trek liquid 10
    Dolan Hercules Carbon