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SRAM introduces Rainbow hardware brakes

SRAM has announced the introduction of Rainbow hardware brakes, the “perfect combo for SRAM Eagle AXS Rainbow components”.

Code RSC
“Meet the new standard for hard-hitting, heavy-duty braking. We added 15% extra piston power and 30% more volume in the lever reservoir, ensuring peak performance for the full run. And with SwingLink and Lever Pivot Bearing technologies, lever feel remains smooth and progressive, no matter how hard the pull. Go deeper and grab more power,” said SRAM.

– Designed specifically for heavy-duty demands
– Pivot bearing offers crisp lever feel and a fatigue-free ride
– Metallic pads come standard for more power and longer wear

G2 Ultimate
“This is our all-new, lightest four-piston brake outfitted with every feature and material you’ve come to expect from something called Ultimate. Our engineers built it with what they would want on the trail: power, modulation, silky-smooth lever feel, complete adjustability. Our test riders dubbed the new design ‘mini-Code’ for its Code-like performance.”

– All new brake delivering mini-code power
– Added stiffness in the caliper
– A new pad compound that offers more bite
– The pivot bearing offers a snappier lever feel
– Offering a finger fatigue-free ride
– SRAM’s lightest four-piston brake

Level Ultimate
“As its name implies, this is our Ultimate brake design for cross-country and light trail use packed it into a smaller, sleeker, lighter-weight and XC-optimised package. The carbon-fibre lever blade pulls crisp and clean, thanks to pivot bearings and our design. And it maintains that feel throughout the ride because it is matched to our new two-piece, two-piston caliper. This caliper’s superior heat management and smooth piston actuation give you braking power exactly when and how you need it.”

– Power for today’s demanding racecourses
– Crisp lever feel
– Engineered for easy installation

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