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SRAM CenterLine X Rotor - Centerlock

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    • Aluminum/Steel, 140mm
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    • Aluminum/Steel, 160mm
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    Confident lines.

    When you're screaming down a technical, never-ending descent, it's always beneficial to have SRAM's CenterLine X Rotor - Centerlock along for the ride. It takes the prized cooling capacity and high-powered braking functionality from SRAM's venerable Centerline and trades the steel center for a light and durable aluminum center piece to lost a few grams in the process.

    Strategic vents across the steel braking surface provide exceptional heat management to reduce overheating, which means better consistency for confident speed modulation through technical and steep terrain. The 12-spoke design also resists warping and lateral bending for smooth, stable braking every time you need it.

    • Dual material rotor blends light weight and durability
    • Steel braking surface and aluminum center piece
    • Venting lines in brake surface promote cooling
    • 12-spoke design resists warping
    • Lockrings not included
    • Item #SRM005V

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [center] aluminum, [brake track] steel
    Attachment Type
    centerlock
    Diameter
    140 mm, 160 mm, 180 mm
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike, road disc, cyclocross
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
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    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    I'm sold.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This past December, I purchased a Santa Cruz Stigmata CC with an Ultegra hydraulic disc drivetrain, and wanted to get a second pair of wheels for use with skinny tires on the road. At the time I bought the wheels, we were out of stock of the Shimano XTR/RT99 rotors that came on the stock build, so I grabbed a pair of these instead. Thus far, I cannot tell any difference between the two, except that these cost me less money than the RT99s would have. Same stopping power, same general lack of noise, and as near as my fingers can tell, same heat dissipation.

    Needed centerlock with wheel upgrade

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have these brake rotors on another set of wheels that are six bolt mounted. I needed these centerlock discs for my new wheels. Both mounting versions are the same fit and performance with an exception being, no brake noise with the centerlock. Braking performance is very good with Sram's Level TLM calipers.

    Stops good, minimal squealing.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I'm running these rotors instead of Shimano rotors on another set of wheels for my Stigmata. Have not noticed any difference in braking power or heat dissipation between the two, and these are less expensive. I've got no problem recommending SRAM rotors instead of Shimano rotors, even with Shimano disc brakes.

    Minimal squealing with properly adjusted calipers and brake pads burned in.

    Save weight where you can

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Brakes just slow you down, so they might as well be as light as possible without sacrificing power. These Centerline X rotors do just that, same brake surface as the 6 bolt, just a lighter carrier.

    is the lock ring included?
    Do you know the weight of the 160 mm (or any of the rotors)?

    Double question - 1) These are the latest version Guide Rotors, yes?
    2) Can I use these with my XT brakes?