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Hope Mono Mini/M4/V4 disco dentado de freno 183mm 6 agujeros floating azul Spider- MODELO DE DEMONSTRACIÓN tornillos y embalaje original fehlen

40,57 €
antes 56,23 €

Hope Mono Mini/M4/V4 Serrated Floating Rotor

Stainless steel braking surface riveted to an aluminium central carrier. Offers a significant weight saving over standard rotors.

 

Specifications

  • Weight 183mm: 147g
  • Popular amongst both performance orientated riders and those just looking for something a little different
  • Stainless steel braking surface riveted to an aluminium central carrier
  • Offers a significant weight saving over standard rotors
  • Floating design deals with changes in temperature
 

In The Box

  • 1x Hope Mono Mini/M4/V4 serrated floating rotor (for size and color please check product name)
  • 6x rotor bolts
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Mini/M4/V4 183mm azul Spider- MODELO DE DEMONSTRACIÓN tornillos y embalaje original fehlen
N° de art.: V1843425 || N° de art. del fabricante: (HBSP208:183:6FB)
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Hope

In the time of Outsourcings to the far east Hope has decided to buck the trend and produces and develops all of their products completely in house-production in Barnoldwick, England. Hope started as a supplier in the aerospace industry, but now focuses entirely on the design of high-quality bicycle components. Almost legendary are the elaborately machined, hydraulic disc brakes, which shine with infinite attention to detail and excellent braking performance. But not underestimated should also be hubs and further tuning accessory which seems to last forever.

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When you select a brake disk you have to look after several factors. Especially then when it is a backfitting disk from a foreign manufacturer.

  • Affiliation:
    Currently there are two ways to fix a brake disks on a hub. On the one hand the 6-hole affilation after IS2000 (International Standard) and on the other hand the center-lock affiliation which got invented by Shimano. As the name says the disk gets fixed on the hub via six spikes in the 6-hole affiliation. In the center-lock affiliation hub and brake disk have a gearing. The brake disk is clipped on and fixed via a central nut.
    You can convert center-lock hubs to 6-hole with an adapter so that you can optionally use both disk types. But it doesn't work conversely.
    Older forms of fixation with three or four boreholes as well as the 4-holes affiliation of the Rohloff Speedhub are the exception. Furthermore the first generation of the Shimano Saint group has a bigger center-lock which has been adjusted.

  • Diameter:
    The diameter of a disk brake should always accord to the current disk. If you want more brake power you can use a bigger disk. Thereby you have to observe that you need an according adapter for the caliper to adapt it on the bigger disk. Furthermore the approval of the fork or rather frame manufacturer concerning the size of the disk has to be observed.

  • Height of the brake disk:
    This refers to the hight of the surface on which you finally brake. In no case this height should be smaller than the brake covering. The height of the brake disk can't be easily determined when it comes to modern disks with a wave profile. Then you have to stick to the recommendation of the manufacturer.

  • Material:
    Disk brakes are generally made of steel. But in some leightweight construction models aluminium is used. Then you absolutely have too look after the use of suitable (and specified by the manufacturer) brake coverings. Because when you select a wrong brake covering this can lead to a collapse of the brakes or a downfall at worst!

  • Maintenance:
    Disks with a slight wobble can be regulated with suitable tool or with parallel nippers. This requires a little manual skill. If brake disks are strongly deformed or scratched by contact with stones they have to be changed as well as in the case of excessive wear.
    Disk brakes can be cleaned with isopropanol or with a brake cleaner.
    A blue coloration of the disk is a sign of a thermal overload of the disc. In this case you should obstruct a bigger disk and/or adjust your braking behaviour.

HINT: Brakes are a security relevant element! If you feel unsure about assembly, maintenace and repair imperatively adress to us or another professional workshop!
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