Shimano Dura-Ace SM-RT900S Rotor large vent pattern

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SKU: 00023388 13-13

Size: 160mm
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KEY INFORMATION:
Condition:
Slightly Used
Brand
: Shimano

Description

Introducing the Shimano Dura-Ace SM-RT900 rotor, a pinnacle of braking performance designed to excel in all conditions. Crafted from stainless steel, this disc brake rotor boasts a Center-Lock attachment system for swift and hassle-free installation and removal.

Please note that while these rotors are gently used, they may exhibit signs of wear. Additionally, the actual units may vary slightly from the images provided.

Select the appropriate size for your bike from the two options available: 140mm or 160mm.

Prepare to elevate your braking experience with the Shimano Dura-Ace SM-RT900 Disc Brake Rotor. Constructed from stainless steel, it ensures optimal heat dissipation and exceptional braking prowess across diverse environments. Its Center-Lock attachment system streamlines installation and removal for added convenience. Choose between the 140mm or 160mm size and ride with confidence.

Key Specifications and Features of the Shimano Dura-Ace SM-RT900 Disc Brake Rotor 160mm:

  • Premium stainless steel construction enhances heat dissipation for consistent performance.
  • Center-Lock attachment facilitates quick and effortless installation and removal.
  • Robust construction ensures reliability under demanding conditions.
  • Diameter size: 160mm, catering to various bike setups.
  • Offers outstanding braking power suitable for all types of bikes.
  • Upholds Shimano's hallmark quality and long-lasting durability.

FAQ for Shimano Rotors

Can I use any rotors with Shimano brakes?:

Yes, you can generally use aftermarket rotors with Shimano brakes, but there are some considerations:

  1. Ensure the rotor size matches Shimano's recommendations.
  2. Check compatibility with Shimano's mounting interface (Center Lock or 6-bolt).
  3. Verify the rotor's thickness to ensure proper fit with your brake calipers.
  4. Choose high-quality rotors suitable for your riding conditions.

Consulting a bike mechanic or Shimano's compatibility guides can provide further assistance if needed.

What is the difference between XTR and Dura-Ace rotors? : XTR rotors are designed for mountain biking and feature a more robust construction to withstand rugged terrain and intense riding conditions. Dura-Ace rotors, on the other hand, are tailored for road biking, prioritizing lightweight design and aerodynamics for optimal performance on paved surfaces.

When should I replace my Shimano rotors? : You should consider replacing your Shimano rotors when they show signs of significant wear, such as deep grooves, warping, or a decrease in braking performance despite proper adjustment and pad replacement. Additionally, if your rotors become excessively thin due to wear, they may need replacement to ensure safety and optimal braking performance. Regular inspections during routine maintenance can help identify when it's time to replace your Shimano rotors.

What is the minimum thickness for Dura-Ace rotors? : The minimum thickness for Shimano Dura-Ace rotors is typically around 1.5mm. However, it's important to consult the specific technical specifications provided by Shimano for your particular rotor model to ensure safe operation and optimal braking performance.

Can you mix and match rotors? : Yes, you can mix and match rotors, but it's important to ensure compatibility with your brake system in terms of size, mounting interface, and rotor thickness. Consider testing the compatibility and performance before riding in demanding conditions, and consult with a bike mechanic if unsure.

How do I know which brake rotors to buy?:

To choose the right brake rotors:

  1. Check compatibility with your bike's brake system.
  2. Consider your riding style (e.g., mountain biking vs. road biking).
  3. Evaluate material, construction, and user feedback.
  4. Consult manufacturer recommendations or seek professional advice.


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