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Hope Disc Mono Mini/M4 Saw Disc

New Hope Rotors feature a mud clearing brake track design. Suitable for the Mono Mini and Mono M4 brakes. Available in a choice of sizes, hole drillings and with a floating rotor or standard one piece design.

Features:

  • Fits Mono Mini and Mono M4 brakes
  • Fixing bolts included
  • Floating rotor or standard one piece.

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  • Colour: Silver, Red, Purple, Gunsmoke, Blue, Black
  • Option: Floating Disc - 6-Bolt, Solid Disc - 6-Bolt
  • Diameter: 200mm, 180mm, 160mm, 203mm, 140mm, 183mm
 
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by discos flotantes hope sin duda la mejor eleccion que puedas hacer al omprar unos discos, fiables, duraderos, y con el color que mas te guste 13 September 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Discos de 180 mal diseñados En 160 mm los llevo usando tiempo, son buenos discos, ligeros y frenan muy bien. Pero el disco de 180 mm está mal diseñado y roza con la horquilla (y es una FOX tope de gama, no creo que sea fallo de la horquilla) 160 mm are OK, but 180 mm can't mount them because rubs with the fork. Very bad design 04 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by The best I have had these for seven years no and they show no serious signs of wear. After hearing my mates grumbling about their American brakes ( you can guess) sticking and fading, there would appear to be no sensible alternative. 20 August 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Excellent brake power and nothing else These rotors do provide amazing brake power, BUT also do show a couple of cons you might want to consider before getting them. I tried to mount those on my SR Suntour Durolux and the screws would touch the fork's brake mount!! I had to gather a lot of courage to dremel my fork down until it stopped touching.... it did work at the end, and I was happy for a while until I figured out that the rotors GET RUSTY at the edges, which is super hard to solve as the spikes prevent from doing a sand paper job (I do take care of the bike, never leave it wet or anything). There you go, I'll go through the pain of keeping them now, but would definitely not have bought them if I had known. 09 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stopping power FINALLY MY MONO M4 STOPS HOW I WANT IT TO! After 10 years I finally upgraded from the standard rotors and now life is rosy. Great looking piece of kit that stops on a dime 05 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb piece of kit! Superb rotor indeed. Looks well and doesn't take long to burn into grip. Used on a RS Revelations with Avid Elixir 7's. A step up from the HS1! 21 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A Peice of engineering rather than mass produced. So looking at this from an Engineers point of view, The quality is obvious! Ok so not the lightest on the market, nor the cheapest, if your a professional and have the competition wins to go for the "sandwiched" vented options well that is always going to be the better option, If your looking for something that works just as well for half the cose and a little more weight, then these are more than adequate for any mountainbiker. I also ride a superbike on the road and why should the capibility of an off road brake system be any less. these are definately a quality item. To top it all British made ( yes im scottish calling myself british, get over it). Working in engineering there is a definate quality difference between metals sourced home and abroad. home generally far better. Im not he best rider and possibly use my brakes way too much and I dont notice any fade, others may recommend XTR as a cheaper better option, and they are just as good, but these are an engineers dream as they are designed in the same mannor as motorsport discs. There is a reason for this! and they look Great.. 09 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Elegant Hope Quality Have fit lots of these to friends bikes with or with out Hope braking systems. They are compatible with most common brake manufacturers. Good power, nice look and the quality is Hope so enough said. 09 May 2014
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Couldn't find truthful information about it. Someone says that rivets will stuck in the calipers. But someone says that everything ok. Really want to buy this rotors, but afraid that its incompatible.
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Usually any rotor for any brake is compatible if brake pads is of similar form. I use Shimano rotors with Elixir brakes.
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You can. But you will have to shim them up normally as Hope calipers aren't as deep. If your still not sure I would suggest getting the the non floating version. There is all ways a risk of failure when you mix and match.
Secondly you can all ways send them back.
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I've tried it with Formula R1, and the front rotor (180) rubs with fork. Is a problem of rotor design, is too thick in the base
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The Solid version is a single piece rotor, while the Floating version is a two-piece. The Floating rotors have rivets to connect the inner ring to the outer, but the Solid version is a single flat rotor so has no such rivets.
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The solid rotor doesn't have rivets. Also, the rivets on the floating rotor apparently only have clearance issues with Fox forks. I have no issues with these on my Rockshox Lyrik forks.
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Fitting ability

Hi guys I'm looking at buying some hope m4 tech brakes and the part that confuses me is the mono and mini words...never heard of these terms and not sure what there referring to..can you explain? My assumption is theyll fit the m4 tech brakes I just want to confirm the terminology and its meaning
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I have had a look into this and the Mono and Mini would be in relation to Hope Levers used on Hope Brakes over the years including the M4 Brakes that was available in a Mono M4 model before the Tech Levers were released.

The 'Hope Mono Mini-M4 Saw Disc Brake Rotor' would be completely suitable for the Stealth M4 brakes and would match up well.
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Hi ninelives, you've chosen brilliant brakes! I 100% agree with CRC's reply! These will work superbly with the Stealth M4's, in fact I doubt you could pick a better rotor to pair up with them. I use these rotors in 203mm with a pair of Stealth V4's - best brakes and rotors on the planet in my opinion!
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Hi, CRC.
Some say, this rotor is slightly thicker than others, so does it fit Hope Tech 3 X2 Disc Brake?
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The caliper remains unchanged on the Hope Tech 3 X2 Disc Brake (only the lever has been changed) so this rotor will work without any problems.
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It should work fine with the Tech 3 X2 as well as the previous Tech series.
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The majority of brake rotors run a similar depth and braking surface, so as long as you use the correct mount adaptor they will match up. Ideally, you should match the rotor and caliper with the same brand as they are likely to provide better performance.
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They'll work, just make sure the mount matches the size of the rotor and you're goo to go.
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HI,
Product weight: 0.143 kg/ 2 mm
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Hi Martin, I am currently using 3 sets of these and they all measured up at 2mm (203mm diameter rotors). They are all new or nearly new rotors with no wear. These rotors are amazing but can sometimes give problems when used together with brake calipers from other manufacturer's because these rotors tend to be slightly thicker than other brands. Obviously there are no problems with tight-fitting when used with Hope brake calipers!
Regarding rotor weight, this would vary considerably depending upon which diameter rotor you choose.
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difference between floating and solid disc

Hi any difference between this two type (floating and solid disc). I have fomula C1 brakes with formula 1 rotor and want to change red hope. Thanks you.
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A solid disc is a single one-piece rotor, while a floating disc has a central spider which is then riveted to the outer disc. This increases heat dissipation, allowing the rotor to cool quicker. It offers extended braking performance in conditions where you are using your brakes for continuous or prolonged periods.
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The solid disc is made in one part whereas the floating discs are made in 2 parts and are riveted together. Both types just bolt-on your hubs. The floating type will self-adjust after being fitted by just braking normally. It will also cool better than the solid type.
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While many brake rotors are similar in profile depth, it is advised to match the brand of your brake and rotor wherever possible. These M4 rotors should work ok with your SLX brakes, but you would be better advised to try the RT76 rotors
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Yes. Just get the right size adapter for rota size required. hope have size chart for theirs.
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Hope floating rotors are constructed in two parts. An aluminium centre part (central carrier) which is fixed to the hub and a stainless steel (outer rotor) part in contact with the brake pads. The outer rotor is linked to the central carrier with rivets.
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es valido para acople de 185

Buenas llevo frenos avid de 185, es valido el soporte de pinza para el disco de 183 o tengo que poner uno especifico, muchas gracias.
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El disco de 183mm solo se puede instalar en un adaptador de 183mm. No se puede instalar en un adaptador de 185mm.
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