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SRAM CenterLine X Rotor

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    Charge the line.

    The SRAM CenterLine X Rotor takes all the high-powered braking and effortless cooling capacity of the original CenterLine rotor and ups the ante with a dual-material construction that pairs its steel braking surface with a lightweight and long-lasting aluminum centerpiece. Its 12-spoke design fends off lateral bending and warping under heat stress for confident stability and smooth, predictable braking. As with it single-piece counterpart, this rotor boasts venting lines across the braking track to minimize overheating and provide consistent power on wide-open descents and highly technical runs.

    • Dual material rotor blends lightweight and durability
    • Steel braking surface and aluminum center piece
    • Venting lines in brake surface promote cooling
    • 12-spoke design resists warping
    • Item #SRM005U

    Tech Specs

    [center] aluminum, [brake track] steel
    Attachment Type
    140 mm, 160 mm, 180 mm
    Claimed Weight
    [140mm] 86 g, [160mm] 102 g, [180mm] 125 g
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike, cyclocross, road disc
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    The best brake rotors on the market.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've used Shimano XT Ice rotors for a few years and had thought they were the bees-knees. The AVID/SRAM rotors are a step up in my opinion.

    The Avids are equally good at dumping heat, equally light, equally blingy. Where they come out on top is in 2 areas:

    1) They seem to be more resistant to all of the annoying sounds calls that brake rotors can be prone to making--the mating sounds of geese and the sound of dying burros. The Avids are quieter, longer--even when used with Shimano pads.

    2) These seem to be more corrosion resistant than Shimanos. I use disc brakes in snow, salty roads, rain, mud, crud, and crap. Sometimes literally. The Avids wash up simply and just don't corrode or show deterioration.

    Longevity wise, I have no complaints. Get them nice and flat/even at the start, and these will last for years, even under hard use. I tend to replace several sets of pads before replacing rotors.

    Highly recommended.