Shimano XTR RT-MT905 Ice-Tech Freeza 6 Bolt Disc Brake Rotor

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The pinnacle in mountain bike braking, XTR RT-MT905 disc brake rotors deliver superb stopping power for the most aggressive riding. The Ice-Tech Freeza rotors dissipate heat to maintain braking performance on long downhill stretches.

Ice Tech rotors achieve long pad life, less noise and less fade due to improved heat dispersion. 6-bolt mounting system. Rotor contact surface has been developed for excellent pad clearing and cooling which increases pad performance and life. Large forged alloy spider supports rotor surface, increasing rigidity and reducing weight.

Who's this item for: These are the perfect option for riding on steep terrain that requires periods of hard, sustained braking. If your trails are steep and techy or you're riding a big heavy bike these rotors will keep your brakes performing at their best for longer.

Mounting standard: 6 bolt

Weight: 187g (203 mm)

Material: Sandwich of steel and aluminium.

Stand out features: Dramatically lower surface temperature improves braking performance and consistency (less fade) while reducing system noise and extending pad life.

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