SRAM CenterLine X Rounded Rotor

SRAM CenterLine X Rounded Rotor
SRAM CenterLine X Rounded Rotor
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CenterLine X Rounded Rotor by SRAM
The SRAM CenterLine X Rounded Rotor brings all the high-powered braking and effortless cooling capacity of the original CenterLine rotor and fuses it with a dual-material construction that pairs its steel braking surface with a lightweight and long-lasting aluminum centerpiece. Its 12-spoke design prevents lateral bending and warping under heat stress for confident stability and smooth, predictable braking. As with it single-piece counterpart, this rotor boasts venting lines across the braking track to minimize overheating and provide consistent power on wide-open descents and highly technical runs.

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SKU: SRM00BV
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