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THE POWER OF CONTROL
Guide RE is SRAM's optimized braking solution for today's exciting category of E-MTBs, capable of handling the higher average speeds, more intense use and increased mass due to the presence of the motor and battery. It combines SRAM's proven Guide R lever assembly with a powerful 4-piston caliper derived from the gravity-focused Code brakes. Guide RE provides real, usable on-trail control—optimal power and modulation mean speed can be controlled in all terrain and in all situations, both uphill and downhill.
Guide R lever assembly with proven Guide technologies
Powerful 4 piston caliper derived from the Code gravity specific brakes
Sintered pads for better pad life in intensive use
MatchMaker™ X compatible
Ambidextrous lever mount
Tool-free reach adjust
Does not include the Bleeding Edge Adaptor, Rotors or Mounts
Favourite feature?The bigger capacity Sram Code downhill calipers that they are based on. They have great stopping power when needed.
Least favourite feature?The dot fluid used. I would like to see mineral oil versions made available. Where i live it is high temperature and high humidity most of the year. As a result it is essential that the brakes are serviced regularly including replacing the fluid.
Sram Guide RE Brakes
In the few times i have actually been able to get out on the bike since I installed them, they have been really great. These are what my bike should have been supplied with in the first place. Large frame Specialized Turbo Levo. The Guide R's that came with it were okay but weren't brilliant.
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