Magura MT Trail Carbon Hydraulic Disc Brakes

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Light and powerful

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The Good:

Super light. Many lever options. Customizable colors. Tons of power.

The Bad:

Price. Bleed port material. Lever durability.

Overall Review:

I have ran a few pairs of these brakes over the past 4 years and have had zero issues. The power from these brakes has been awesome. I swapped the levers for some HC3 levers and that made world of difference. The carbon levers have a bit of flex, but with the HC3 levers, they feel suer solid and firm. I also swapped the rear double piston caliper for the quad for consistent brake feel front to back. Even the double piston caliper had a ton of power. Bleeding the brakes is easy and they dont use DOT oil which mother nature likes. The bleed ports are easy to strip, and the levers could brake if hit badly. I have had many falls and no issues with them in my experience.

Specifications

Product Magura MT Trail Carbon Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Riding Type Dirt Jump / Slopestyle, Downhill, Freeride / Bike Park, Trail
Lever Material Carbolay lever with Carbotecture SL master
Mount Style Post mount / IS
Rotor Sizes 160mm, 180mm, 203mm (Storm HC recommended)
Rotor Mounting 6-bolt
Fluid Type Royal Blood Mineral Oil
Colors Black/blue/polished chrome
Weight 0 lb 8.3 oz (235 g)
Miscellaneous Weight is average, can vary between 245g and 225g
4 front pistons for maximum braking power, 2 rear for modulation with Banjo fittings
Carbolay lever and handlebar clamp
2-finger lever
Price $684.49
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