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Shimano Dura-Ace BR-9000 Brake Calipers

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    Don’t skimp on your brakes.

    The redesign of the Shimano 9000-series calipers gives you better control in the palms of your hands than previous iterations. Rather than relying on the "old standard" single pivot point where the movement of the caliper came from the mounting bolt, the 9000 series uses a dual pivot. This design centers the brake arms over the wheel which, in turn, creates equal tension on both arms when the cable is pulled. This is done through a rolling cam that operates separately from the mounting bolt. The dual pivot design places the pads closer to the rims, which increases modulation. In addition, a twin bearing system within the 9000 reduces friction making your braking predictable.

    • Road bike compatible
    • Dual-pivot design
    • Brakes are sold as a pair only
    • Thinner brake pads for 28mm tires available separately
    • Compatible with Shimano 9000 STI shifters
    • Item #SHI0593

    Tech Specs

    Type
    caliper
    Mount Type
    center bolt
    Recommended Use
    road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

    Tech Specs

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    yes, better braking than the 7900

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I was skeptical spending the money to upgrade my 7900 calipers to these but there really is a big difference in braking power, and not just because I started with fresh pads. :)



    I have been running these with 7900 levers with no issue. Worth the upgrade for sure.

    Will this be compatible with the Shimano...

    Will this be compatible with the Shimano 105 (2013) levers?