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Shimano XT Disc Brake M785

Powerful fully bled XT hydraulic Servo Wave disc brake. Front fully bled lever and calliper comes without adapters or rotors giving you the freedom to customise to suite your bike

Features:

  • Short stroke Servo-Wave mechanism for quick pad engagement and more power for aggressive riding
  • Oversized 22mm twin ceramic pistons optimized for heat insulation, lightweight and stiffness
  • Using Ice Tech alloy fin pads further improving heat radiation performance
  • Recommended for use with Ice Tech rotors for optimum braking performance in a choice of 160, 180 and 203 mm
  • Lightweight forged calliper design that increases rigidity and reduces weight
  • Forged alloy brake lever for optimum strength and reliability
  • Mineral oil brake fluid is non-corrosive and less hazardous than conventional hydraulic brake fluid
  • Shim-less mounting system allows for quick setting up
  • brake lever featuring reach and free stroke adjustment
  • Hinged clamp for quick installation
  • 2nd generation I-spec-B-B compatible
  • The kit also contains sintered pads, plus spare olives and insert should you wish to adjust the length of the cuttable hoses
  • Hose length 1000 mm

Specifications:

  • Model Number: BR-M785
  • Series: Deore XT
  • Brake Type: Disc-brake
  • Compatible Brake Lever: BL-M785/BL-T785
  • Reinforced Parallel Push: N/A
  • M System Brake Pad: N/A
  • Brake Pad Types: G01A Resin, F03C Metal
  • Cartridge Shoe Holder: N/A
  • Spring Tension Adjuster: N/A
  • Hydraulic Fluid: Shimano Mineral
  • Brake Hose Type: SM-BH90-SB
  • Caliper Mount Type: International standard / Post mount
  • Caliper Material: N/A
  • Caliper Finish: N/A
  • Piston Type: Opposed 2-piston
  • Average Weight: N/A

Technologies:

The new I-Spec ‘B’ shifters/ adapters are backwards compatible to the old I-spec ‘A’ levers (with a special bolt included with them), but the old I-spec shifters/adapters are not forward compatible to the new levers, so the following combinations are possible.

2nd Generation I-Spec B design is developed to attached directly to I-Spec B Brake Levers. Please note that I-Spec B Shifters/Adaptors are backwards compatible to I-Spec A brake levers. However I-Spec A Shifters/Adaptors are not forward compatible with I-Spec B levers.

  • Old levers with old shifters
  • New levers with new shifters
  • Old levers with new shifters
  • You cannot use new levers with old shifters

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  • Colour: Silver, Black
  • Option: Rear - Left Hand Lever - 1700mm Hose - I-Spec B, Rear - Right Hand Lever - 1700mm Hose - I-Spec B, Front - Right Hand Lever - 1000mm Hose - I-Spec B, Front - Left Hand Lever - 1000mm Hose - I-Spec B
 
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Imbattibile in assoluto, e soprattutto in relazione al prezzo Affidabilisimo, potente più di quel che serve, facilissimo a spurgarsi, manutenzione bassissima Solo un pò pesanti rispetto alla concorrenza Se poi si considera il prezzo, le valutazioni sono ancora migliori!!! 21 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best brakes i purchased 2 paris of this excellent brakes for both my bike . i love it 20 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by OTTIMO PRODOTTO massima modularità ergonomia leva ideale Visto il prezzo in promozione ne ho preso una seconda serie da montare anche sul muletto sono OTTIMAMENTE modulabili. 16 October 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by estos frenos tienen truco (carefull with this brakes) estas casi sin frenos con los discos mojados(almost without brakes when the disk is wet) 16 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb brakes for the price Changed to these after having a nightmare with my X0's. Much easier to maintain and great bite from the outset. None of that sponge feeling you get with other brands. Cheap but a great investment for the price. 16 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best brakes Ive ever owned - awesome power and easy to set up Everything you'd expect from Shimano, great build quality and simple to set up/bleed. I fitted these to a hardtail I built last year and liked them so much that I bought another set for my Rocky Mountain Slayer. 203mm disc up front and 160mm at the rear gives you more power than youll ever need, one finger is enough to lock the front wheel on dry tarmac!! I have used Avid Juicys (a pain to bleed) and Hopes for years and they do not compare to these, Shimanos have so much more power available and I found that they did not fade at all during a recent trip to Innerleithen downhill trails. For the money I doubt you will find a better or more powerful brake anywhere - get them bought!! 15 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fantastic After V Brakes - these are fantastic!! Very good stopping power and fairly easy set up despite having to cut them both shorter. 09 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by the most bang for your buck! these brakes are awesome! great stopping power and the best brakes for the price! very reliable,cheap and very easy to trim hoses and bleed! 06 October 2014
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Front - Right Hand Lever - 1000mm Hose - I-Spec B
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cambia il posizionamento della leva nel manubrio..
o a destra o a sinistra.. in base a come vai meglio puoi sceglierne uno piuttosto che l'altro
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L'opzione Front - Right Hand Lever indica il freno anteriore azionato dalla leva destra.
L'opzione Front - Left Hand Lever indica il freno anteriore azionato dalla leva sinistra.
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some people like the motobike style which is right level controls front brake. Also in countries drives on the left side of the road, front-right hand lever is required to give signals with your left hand while turning and etc. Thats the reason.
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Both are Front brakes except .. do you want the lever for the front brake on either the left or right hand side of the bars?
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Fins or no-fins?

I see both a fin and no-fin front brake. What is the difference and why would I want a no-fin version?
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The finned version is designed to help dissipate more heat and should increase the longevity of the system when coupled with the Ice-Tec rotors. If using standard rotors, the non-finned pads will be fine.
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Finned pads/rotors have a special heat dissipating fins at the edges making them stay cool for longer and get cooler faster. They are not cheap as it is still an emerging technology. Cooler (or cooling fast) brakes maintain the consistent modulation and do not get spongy.

The reason for using a non-fin version would be simply the price. Finned pads- £20, non-finned pads- £7.
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The fin is help keep the brakes cool during extreme braking conditions. This will prevent/reduce brake fade. I only reason why you wouldn't want the fins is because you want to save a few grams on your bike. Hope this helps
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What is the model year these brakes of ?

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Shimano XT M785 Disc Brake has prodused since 2011.
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It seems that in 2013
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Эта модель появилась в конце 2011, но скорее всего эта модель считается 2012.
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I note that you have two rear Silver M785's and one is left and one is right. Can I shorten the hose on one and use it as a front brake or are the calipers specific to the front or rear?
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The difference is only handles (left and right) and the length of hydraulic lines. Calipers are the same, for both back and forward!
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Yes, the lines can be swapped over and they will function fine.
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The Calipers are the same so with shortening the hose (which is an easy job) you should be able to fit a rear on the front.
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Downhill?

Can these brakes be used for downhill riding/ amature downhill racing
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They are powerfull brakes and they could be used for downhill. However if the ZEE brakes are not much more expensive I'd choose the ZEE.
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Depends how big you are, I think they would be fine for beginner downhill. However if you want to race and are a bigger guy just get zee's.
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My recommendation would be Zee or Saint brakes both of which specifically designed to meet the braking power required provided by their quad pistons for DH type of riding.
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185 & 203 Rotors

I have a 2009 Stumpy which came with Avid Elixir R SL with 185 rear / 203 front rotors (6 hole). Would it just be a matter of simply exchanging the calipers? Keep the same spacers, fixing bolts, etc? Or do I need something else?
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Both the Elixir brakes you have and these M785 calipers run Post Mount, so you should be able to swap one caliper for the next without needing to change anything else, yes. Ideally, you should consider fitting new rotors with new calipers as well, depending on their current age/ condition.
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There should be no major issues while trying that. The only tiny trouble you MIGHT run into is the adaptors cross compatibility (or lack of thereof)- sometimes when switching to Shimano you need washers for your old adaptors or new adaptors.

If I was you I would get the new brakeset and relevant adaptors just in case. If everything goes fine just return the adaptors.
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I decided to go the whole way and bought al set of XT front & rear with XTR Ice-Tech rotors... they're sweet!!
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I have a 2009 Stumpy FSR Elite with Avid R SL 185 Rear / 203 Front brakes. Can I use the same Avid adapters with the M785 calipers? Also, if I change the rotors to the XT Ice Tech 180R / 203F can I use the same? (ie. front adapter less the washer). Or... would it make sense to simply change adapters to the shimano ones?
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They should work but if I was you I would simply get new Shimano adapters and rid of Avids set with all the gadgets (adaptors, washers, brakeset).
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You should be all good on the front, but I would definitely use the Shimano adapter for your rear with a 5mm drop in rota size. In the long run will save a lot of faffing around with shims.
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In the end I decided to use new Shimano adapters, much easier than faffing around with those silly avid washers
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CURRENT SETUP: I am currently running a Hayes Stroker Trail braking system and 180mm rotors. The existing brakes already have mounting brackets (Hayes brand). For example, the front Hayes mounting block fits onto my Rock Shox Solo Air Recon 335 fork which has an “IS” mount. The rear Hayes mounting block fits onto the IS frame
QUESTION: Can I just fit the Shimano XT M785 callipers straight onto the existing Hayes mounting blocks?
I would rather not have to buy new Shimano mounting brackets if unnecessary. IF necessary, what mounting blocks would I need for the front AND rear?
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From what I remember Hayes callipers are cross-compatible with the majority of stuff (including Shimano).

Should I be wrong then any Shimano compatible adaptors will do- you will need front IS 180mm Shimano (which is the same as IS rear 160mm) and rear IS 180mm Shimano (which is the same as front IS 203mm). They are quite an inexpensive investment and when you will be selling your Hayes brakeset the original adaptors will make the set easier to shift.
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you will need Shimano mount adapters for the calipers of M785 which are post mount type. My recommendation is below. You should choose the rotor sizes in the buying process.
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Technicly you can use just anything you like to prevent pistons freely move in the caliper, but in M785 pistons made from ceramic, so it's better to be something plastic (to prevent them from damage, with 15 mm key made of steel for example). If those you have from Hayes are plastic then just use them.
The original Shimano bleed block fits rare and front brakes, you don't need to buy two of those :).
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Type of pads per brake colour

Do both colours come with resin pads? Is there an option with sintered or metal pads?

Can I use my current shimano brake rotor with them?
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These brakes come with the Resin pads (F01A); as do most Shimano brakes as standard.

The upgrade to metal pads is an option (see recommendation), the part number for these is F03C and both pad types should be fine with your rotors.
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The latest model comes with metal pads but you can replace them with any pads that you fancy- just get an aftermarket M785 compatible pads. the older XT use to come with resin pads previously but it changed recently. You can use any rotors with them that you currently have.
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I have just received the brakes and Black Calipers have F03C metal pads.
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Yes theses will mount on your bars they come with all mounting hard wear required.
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Yes they mount straight to bar. Also the clamps can be fully opened hence you don't need to remove your grips while installing.
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If you're talking about the brake lever mounting directly to the handle bar, of course. I've never come across a brake lever that didn't. If it's i-Spec that has you confused, that just means compatible shifters can mount to the brake - which tidies up your cockpit a bit.
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