What goes up must come down they say, and while we agreethat's true, with the Magura MT7 Next HC Disc Brake you have all the say injust how fast gravity does its job. It loads you up with four pistons and fourbrake pads for next-level stopping power with meticulous modulation. High-endbrakes are nothing new to the German two wheel specialists at Magura, thecompany has been making brakes for longer than just about anyone, and the MT7'sare built to be light, without compromising on power, so you can stop on a dimewhen hitting blind turns and drops at warp speed on unfamiliar terrain. Carbotecture SL housing wraps the brake body, which uses asuper light and strong composite reservoir to save weight, and is usedelsewhere on Magura's MT series. The new 1-finger HC lever is made of forgedaluminum and its highly ergonomic design provides tons of power and modulationwith tool-free bite-point and reach adjustment so you can dial in the brakingsetup of your dreams and have total control over the ergonomics. Best of all is the four-piston forged alloy caliper.Inspired by Magura's killer supermoto brakes, it uses individual pads at everypiston, for a total of four brake pads per caliper, giving you unparalleledmodulation and stopping power. The setup also employs Magura's magnetiXchangesystem, which uses high power magnets for pad retention, meaning the pads areeasy to swap when they need to be replaced. The MT7's also actuate withMagura's Royal Blood mineral oil, which is highly resistant to overheating,easier to use than standard brake fluids, as well as being better for theenvironment.
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