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SRAM Code RSC Disc Brake


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    Always on our minds.

    On gravity runs, braking is usually the last thing on our minds. Usually. Sometimes—think managing speed on loose sections or approaching big lines with a touch of discretion—it's the first thing on our minds. In those situations, everyone from recreationalists to the professional circuit have long relied on SRAM's Code brakes. With the new Code RSC Disc Brake, SRAM updates the old favorite with cleaner lines and some of the technology that made the brand's Guide and Level brakes such a hit for riders across single crown disciplines. The result is the brand's superlative gravity brake, and it sheds a cool 100g of claimed weight from its predecessor without losing any of the power.

    Compared to those Guide brakes, the Code's pistons are larger (15 and 16mm vs the Guide's 14 and 16mm) and it features 30% more volume in the reservoir. The result is more stopping power that stays honest for longer during heavy use—SRAM even goes so far as to credit the new Code with 15% more power than the older model. If you're used to more trail-oriented brakes, the increased stopping power is alarming at first, but it's impossible to argue against it when it's still on-point long after other brakes would have begun to fade.

    The key to the new Code model lies between the lever and piston, where a cam alters the amount of force as the lever is pulled deeper and the calipers engage the rotor. The result is that, when you first touch the lever, the caliper jumps to the rotor; however, after biting, the cam modulates the force being applied, helping to prevent lock-ups and, well, enabling the kind of modulation we need on loamy courses or while lightly scrubbing speed.

    The Code also features the same heat-dissipating technology that's general across SRAM's brake line—most notably the stainless steel Heat Shields and the improved heat management of SRAM's DOT 5.1 hydraulic fluid. SRAM claims that the latest generation of DOT resists boiling for three times longer than its predecessor, DOT 4, and the Heat Shield inserts serve as a firewall to separate the brake pads from the calipers so that less heat overall makes it into the fluid system.

    As with its less robust stablemates, the Code's bleeding, bladder shape, and heat management all contribute to maintaining consistent bite and lever feel, and the sealed bearings and SRAM's new timing port closure design ensure that the levers themselves maintain the smooth, one-finger operation we've come to expect from SRAM's new generation of stopping systems. The levers are MatchMaker and MMX compatible, and the PiggyBack Reservoirs let you run the brakes moto if that's your jam.

    • A hydraulic disc brake for gravity runs
    • Cam mechanism bites fast but modulates after engaging
    • Larger pistons increase stopping power
    • Expanded reservoir maintains consistent braking
    • Heat management features reduce fade
    • Easy bleed operation makes for simple maintenance
    • Adjustable bite and reach tailor to your tastes
    • Encourages reduced cockpit clutter by integrating with MatchMaker components
    • Item #SRM00BT

    Tech Specs

    Lever Adjustability
    Caliper Adjustability
    Mount Type
    [caliper] post, [lever] standard or moto
    DOT 5.1
    CenterLine (not included)
    Rotor Size
    160mm, 170mm, 180mm, 200mm
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking, gravity
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Good, but not the best

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have owned two SC Hightower LTs - one with Shimano XT and another with these brakes installed. After riding these for the last two months, I will surely be switching back to the XTs when the time is right. These brakes get the job done, and feel similar in quality to the old XTs for 95% of my riding but the last 5% is where I really miss my old brakes. If you already own these, keep them. If you are shopping for new brakes or wondering what to put on your next bike, I would recommend the XTs.

    5 Star Review from BikeRadar

      "Immaculate control makes this the new benchmark for hardcore, heavy or just seriously unhinged riders"

      Simply the best

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I recently upgraded from the SRAM Guide RS Brake set and the Code RSC has yet to disappoint. The increased power and consistency in the modulation has already improved my race times. If you're looking for the best, this is your brake.

      Simply the best