Rated 5 out of 5 by Xavi Top SCheibe...nicht billig aber günstig
Ausgezeichnete Bremsscheibe...benutze sie mit shimano XT u finde sie besser als die ORiginal XT Scheiben...Weniger Geräusche als XT va im Nassen...
ZUdem noch mit der Option Farbtuning :)
18 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by troppopilota ottimo disco, silenzioso, scorrevole, efficace e reattivo in ogni condizione!!
il disco è ottimo lo utilizzo per enduro e DH con sole, pioggia, fango è sempre affidabile e costante!
10 October 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Lots of Flash, Little Cash
After much hesitation I bought these in red. The anodized finish is very nice and has held up well after a handful of rides. Rotor required some truing when installed. Stopping power is not noticeably different from any other rotors I have tried (HS1, G3CS etc)
08 May 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous The rotors look the business. However i have a set of elderly Shimano deore calipers and the discs snag on the caliper. Can't fault the rotor. CRC delivery impeccable as always.
18 February 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Well made
I purchased a set of these discs and the quality is excellent. Finish and quality of is brilliant, braking is definitely a better with these discs.
I have fitted them to my Marin Rift Zone with Shimano brakes and am presently oredering another set to use the same set up on my Specialized HT
A mate who is a precison engineer could fault the quality
Also the usual CRC speedy delivery.
01 February 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Outstanding Quality
I purchased 180 F & 160 R, these discs are amazing considering the price; the photos really don’t do them justice. The finish combined with the quality of construction at this price is brilliant, braking is definitely a lot smoother with these discs than I got from my Hope, no problems fitting, run straight & true. Together with CRC speedy delivery has made my day.
28 September 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Won't work in my RZ120
The disc rings will touch the brake mount. Not the fault of Clarks though.
25 September 2012