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Shimano RS785 Hydraulic Disc Brake Caliper

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    Braking that actually works.

    Rim brakes are great, but they have an unfortunate penchant for not working well when it's wet, or when you don't squeeze them hard enough, or when a squirrel runs right out in front of you. Discs—we'll say it—are the future, and the Shimano RS785 Hydraulic Disc Brake Caliper is leading the charge. It's made to provide reliable, all-condition, fade-free stopping power when teamed up with Shimano's 11-speed ST-RS685 11-speed components, and features IceTech cooling fins, which are designed to dissipate heat, increase braking response, and keep performance high even during long, steep descents.

    • Post mount
    • IceTech cooling fins
    • Compatible only with Shimano ST-RS685 11-speed levers
    • Item #SHI006H

    Tech Specs

    hydraulic disc
    Mount Type
    post mount
    Rotor Size
    [standard] 140 mm, [optional] 160 mm
    Claimed Weight
    [pair] 649 g
    Recommended Use
    road cycling, cyclocross, gravel riding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 year

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    Suffering is over

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have been suffering with pad to rotor rubbing since my s-works tarmac was new. Set caliper, bleed, reset pistons re-set calipers. After hard breaking rotor would rub for 10-20 sec. annoying but not the end of the world. Gave up on LBS a year ago. I finally realized inboard piston was sticking. Installed new caliper which includes pads (very cool) and wow silent front brake now. I wish I had done it sooner. I think Shimano has a problem with this part... (A friend’s 785 piston cracked, total failure)

    Unanswered Question

    What replacement pads work with these? The resin pads just wore out too fast for me (140 rotor and 1,500 miles with lots of tech single track). Stepping up to a 160.