SRAM Level Ultimate Disc Brake

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From the Manufacturer

The Level Ultimate is the master of two forces — power and weight — in one sleek, durable design. In this build, we took every gram to task. Carbon-fibre lever blades for crisp, clean pulls. A new two-piece, two-piston caliper for superior heat management and smooth piston actuation. With Ultimate, total control is at your fingertips.

Specs:

  • Weight: 318g (direct mount, 800mm hose, 160mm CLX rotor, Ti hardware)
  • Lever Material: Carbon
  • Caliper Design: Monoblock 2-piston caliper
  • Finish: Black Anodised
  • Pad: Aluminum-backed organic
  • Fluid: DOT 5.1
  • Adjustment: Tooled reach adjust
  • Tech Highlights: DirectLink Expandable Bladder, Timing Port Closure, Lever Pivot Bearings, Bleeding Edge, Heat Shield
  • Material: Aluminium
  • Pad/Holder: Top loading
  • Intended Use: XC, Trail
  • System: Open system
  • Pivot: Bearings
  • Tri-Align Caliper Positioning System: No
  • Speed Dial: No
  • Bend Zone: Yes
  • Ambidextrous: Yes
  • Hardware: Titanium
  • Other: Requires Bleeding Edge bleed adaptor
  • HARDWARE & ROTORS SOLD SEPARATELY
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