Shimano RT-EM600 eBike Centerlock Internal Serration Disc Brake Rotor

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The Shimano RT-EM600 eBike Centerlock Internal Serration Disc Brake Rotor is an eMTB rotor that is purposely made for Shimano's STEPS System. They deliver powerful and consistent braking performance in all riding conditions by using 'Shimano's Ice-Technologies Freeza' feature that greatly improves heat dissipation and ensure consistent high performance braking even on the steepest downhill stretches. They even have a cleverly placed Speed Sensor Magnet to trigger the STEPS system so you can be sure to have accurate data one your STEPS display.

Who's this item for: Anyone with a Shimano STEPS setup on their eMTB that also has centrelock hubs.

Mounting standard: Shimano Centerlock.

Materials: Stainless steel and aluminum. 

Brake pad compatibility: You can use either metal (sintered) or resin (organic) brake pads on these rotors.

Stand out features: The 'stainless steel - aluminium - stainless steel' floating rotor construction dissipates heat very well.  In intensive tests the 203 and 180mm discs have seen improvements of heat dissipation of up to 20C over the previous Ice Technologies Freeza discs. They also have a STEPS magnet which will trigger the Speed Sensor Sytem on equipped eMTB's

Recommended Brake kit:
  Shimano - M6000/MT520/MT420

What's in the box: One Shimano RT-EM600 brake rotor and an lock ring.

Pros: Consistent braking performance with excellent heat dissipation. Shimano Steps eBike specific rotor to ensure accurate data.

Cons: Does not come in 6 bolt but is adaptable.
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