For 2012 the lever pivot has been slightly shortened which translates to a 15% increase in power. Super lightweight design - CNC machined from a solid billet of 2014 T6 aircraft spec aluminium alloy, giving smooth, progressive feel and power. The split clamp allows for quick adjustment and the lightweight machined alloy lever features a textured grip area. Lever reach is adjustable via allen key and the master cylinder reservoir is integrated to allow easy bleeding.
The one piece caliper is CNC machined from a solid billet of 2014 T6 aircraft spec aluminium alloy. The M4 caliper uses four identical 16mm phenolic pistons which gives more usable power to the brake, whilst keeping our legendary "feel". A drip free bleed nipple and wide angle orientation of the fluid inlet connector have also been added, allowing for neater hose routing and cleaner servicing.
Hope Stealth Race M4 EVO Front Brake Specifications:
CNC machined in Barnoldswick, England
Lightweight Alloy Race Evo lever with Titanium bolts as standard
2014 T6 aluminium alloy
Wide angle hose connector mount
Top entry pad fitting
Fixed or floating rotor
Lightweight Black hose
The Race EVO X2 takes the performance of the Award Winning Mini and sheds a few more precision grams without compromising power and modulation.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by paso excellent for xc
very light, not the most powerful brake i ever had but it has no fade, no problem during all this raceseason and the power is the same at the beginning as at the end of the descent. for light bikers (i'm 67 kg)
09 October 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by ghostrider Bit Pricey
Fitted these to the bike about 6 months ago, a few reviews said they were fiddily to set up not to bad really if you have the patience to get all 4 pistons out at the same time. What i did find is to get a better feel of the brake i've had to run with the levers a bit further out. Bleeding them is easy too no messing about with syringes just a few tools needed an a bit of tubing.
11 August 2013