Trickstuff brake discs are the first choice for many years, if particularly high duty during braking can be mastered. Using the proven friction ring with its special hole layout, the dreaded vitrification of the deposits is successfully counteracted. The newly revised brake discs have become more aware of material at the friction ring than is the case today with most discs. Because the heat generated when braking will inevitably have to be included for the most part from the brake disc and thence back to the ambient air. The extra amount of material the new Trickstuff discs ensure worry-free braking on long descents as well as in continuous braking and are the ideal complement to all current super lightweight calipers.
Trickstuff guarantees an extremely precise thickness of the slices plus / minus one hundredth of a millimeter, the final dimension is at least 2.05 millimeters. As material is a particularly high-grade stainless steel is used, which is remunerated at 1,100 degrees Celsius and a hardness of min. Having 45 HRC. This steel is customarily used for the production of the blades of aircraft engines and is approximately 25% stronger than the conventional steel used for brake disks.
The discs warp when exposed to heat less, are mechanically extremely stable and have an exceptionally long life.
Material: stainless steel
mount : Rohloff / 4-hole
Outer diameter: 180 mm
Reibringbreite: 14, 15.5 or 17 mm
Ø 180mm x 14.0mm, 141g
Ø 180mm x 15.5mm, 142g
Ø 180mm x 17.0mm, 153g
Note: Due to the extreme hardness and abrasion resistance of the Einbremsvorgang takes relatively long. Please allow at least 1,500 meters in altitude your Trickstuff disc until pad and disc are attuned to each other and to develop the full braking force.