Braking has different meanings. For code, braking means being fast enough to win the downhill world championship or the steepest alpine runs. Or rushing through a single-track Uphill - thanks to the new e-mountain biking possibilities. Code is the right tool to make the drivers slower, harder, faster and more intense. It uses the proven SRAM Guide design and technologies. With the larger PiggyBack reservoir and a caliper with four larger diameter pistons, it provides constant and reliable performance for all heavy duty applications. The Bleeding Edge technology makes maintenance very easy.
The tried-and-tested SRAM ergonomics are complemented by the tool-free handle adjustment, so that every driver can find their optimum fit and the first-rate braking performance, constancy and modulation is fully utilized.
The Bleeding Edge technology allows quick and easy bleeding of the brakes. Thanks to the new fluid channel and the newly designed vent opening, the liquid can be pumped more easily through the brake caliper. A special adapter can be plugged into the vent opening and seals the system to prevent the ingress of air and liquid loss.
The fit and ergonomics of the brake lever is a very personal matter. The drivers have individual positioning preferences as well as unique handgrips and finger lengths. With the handgrip adjustment, the lever can be easily adjusted - for maximum control with just one finger.
Heat is the enemy of every braking system. Through improved heat management, your ride will be much safer. We have found that with DOT 5.1 it takes three times longer than with DOT 4, until the boiling point is reached. This ensures smooth and never-ending braking under even more extreme conditions.
SRAM's new brake lever design includes a new bubble shape that allows air bubbles to be regulated and reduced. The bladder is specially shaped to pump air out of the lever and transport the fluid exactly where it is needed. The result is improved back pressure relief for a reliable and constant braking performance.
When you pull on a new SRAM brake lever, you notice the difference immediately. A shorter empty path. Optimized operation of brake pads. Due to the new cam design, a shorter lever path is necessary to push the brake pads towards the brake disc. This is nice, but for a perfect braking performance it is more than just power. They need control. Many braking systems offer a shorter idle distance - at the expense of modulation. SwingLink solves this problem with its special cam shape. When the brake pads touch the brake disc, the force is modulated and the "stagnant" braking feeling is avoided. This creates the perfect balance between strength and precision.
Top brake pads
If a wheel repair prevents you from reaching the track as quickly as possible, every second counts. Thanks to our top-mounted disc brake pads, you do not have to remove the wheel, work under the brake caliper or bend your fingers - and you're back on track much faster.
intended use : Trail, All Mountain, Enduro, Downhill
Material Brake caliper: aluminum
Design Bremssattel: Forged, Secondary
Material Brake lever: Aluminum
FlipFlop Lever: yes
Material of the mounting screws: steel
Number of pistons: 4 pistons, locking collar
Brake mounting: Postmount
Brake disc: SRAM Centerline, 160, 170, 180 or 200 mm
Brake fluid: DOT 5.1 Brake fluid
Brake lining: metal, sintered
Installation: front (950 mm cable length) or rear (1800 mm cable length)
Adjustment possibilities: tool-free lever width adjustment
Cable length: n / a
Color: matt black
Weight: approx. 297g (front brake, incl. Screws)
Scope of delivery: 1x SRAM disc brake CODE R for front or rear
Note: There are no brake discs or adapters included!