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The ultimate disc brake rotor - For the last 15 years Magura has been gaining experience in the development and production of disc brake rotors for the demanding off road use on mountain bikes.
Top Features of the Magura Storm SL Disc Brake Rotors
- 2mm thickness for optimum rigidity to weight ratio and noiseless performance
- Weight reduction through ventilated fotor and oversized drills
- Formed perforation for optimum pad cleaning and water-film removal
- Extremely lightweight inner ring
- Inner ring suitable for use with Magura centrelock adaptor - also suitable for 15 ro 20mm thru-axle
- Formed perforation for top performance, lightweight and optimal feel
- Spoke form finite elements (FE) optimised for each rotor diameter
- Magura material coating for high stability, heat resistance and reduced wear
- Magura material compatibility for balanced wet and dry braking in combination with genuine Magura pads
- Robust design even in the lightest version with 140mm diameter
- Suitable for use with 15 - 20mm thru-axle
The Storm SL rotor is setting new standards. Approx. 15% weight saving compared to the old model, the top notch yet well modulated deceleration, distinctively enhanced durability and optimized friction performance provides stunning braking power, while featuring convincing intrinsic values and optimized wear features compared to the already state-of-art predecessors.
The Storm SL has been developed with a finite element simulation process which ensures the stability of the rotor while allowing another few grams to be shaved off the weight.
About Disc Brake Rotors
Brake disc rotors are available in many sizes and fitments. Wiggle stock a range from 140mm up to the largest which are 203mm. Fitment varies from IS (International Standard) 6 bolt to Shimano's new Centre Lock splined type. Wiggle also hold some of the older rotors made by Hope and used by Cannondale, such as the 4 bolt Coda and 5 bolt systems. It's common for rotors to be different sizes from front to rear, with the front usually having a rotor one size up from the rear for brake bias balance, 185/165mm for example. This is because when braking, your weight shifts to the front of the bike and as much as 75% of the braking is on the front, with the rear used for control.
About the Magura brand
Established in 1893. Magura have lead the way in hydraulic disc brake technology. They were the first company to produce a hydraulic rim brake with the HS33 and the first company to use a cast single piece caliper, the Gustav M which is now 10 years old and has been used by legends such as Tomac, Palmer and the modern brakes are being used by the likes of Liam Killeen and Tyler "Super T" Klassen. For 2007 Magura have introduced a completely new range of forks featuring a dual arch and the Maxle on their freeride fork.
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