The SRAM Red 22 Flat Mount Caliper is designed to integrate cleanly on flat-mount equipped frames and forks delivering excellent modulation and confident stopping power in the heat, cold, sunshine, rain, mud, and snow. Equally at home on 'cross, gravel, and road bikes, if you've recently upgraded to a newer frameset with flat mounts and your existing hydraulic calipers are post mount, these are the ones you need for your SRAM levers to get going on that build. The caliper's two-piston design is specifically engineered to handle whatever drop bar abuse you can throw its way. Featuring stainless steel backed organic pads, these calipers are designed to pair with separately sold 140mm or 160mm Centerline rotors and appropriate adapters to deftly manage fast speed changes and impeccable control demanded on a muddy 'cross course or a steep canyon road during a surprise summer afternoon shower. SRAM Red Flat Mount Calipers are designed for use with any SRAM road hydraulic disc brake levers (HRD), excluding eTap, and is fully sealed reducing the potential of contamination and the need to bleed them regularly. Ride confidently knowing that you'll have the upmost braking consistency in all conditions.
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