SHIMANO DEORE - 2-Piston - ICE TECHNOLOGIES - Rear Hydraulic Disc Brake set. The SHIMANO DEORE M6120 caliper features consistent braking performance and reliable stopping power in all conditions. The 4-piston caliper instills greater downhill confidence and control. With quicker brake engagement and shorter free stroke, the SHIMANO DEORE BL-M6100 brake lever delivers intuitive braking so you can stay focused on the trail ahead. The I-SPEC EV shift lever offers a wider adjustment range for superior rider tuning. Brake set bleeded and prepared for use.
Intuitive and powerful braking
Quicker brake engagement with shorter free stroke
Rider tunable and action-optimized cockpit
High-performance brake control
Additional contact point for a stiffer brake lever
10 deg. rotation angle setting range for I-SPEC EV shifting lever
Open clamp band
Compatible shifting lever mount: I-SPEC EV
Hose joint: Straight
Lever size (Finger): 2
Oil: SHIMANO Mineral
Servo wave mechanism
Compatible shifting lever mount: Clamp band
Superior modulation gives you the power you need
Quick piston retraction
High power 4-piston disc brake caliper
Brake Type : Hydraulic disc brake
Caliper fixing bolt: Snap ring
Caliper fixing bolt tool size: 5 mm
Hose joint: Straight
Mount type (available for IS mount with seprately sold mount adapter): Post-type
One way bleeding
Brake pads included
Pad mount: Split pin, Stainless Steel
Recommended brake lever (NOT INCLUDED): BL-M6100
Recommended brake hose (NOT INCLUDED): SM-BH90-SS
Recommended brake rotor (NOT INCLUDED): SM-RT54*, SM-RT56*, SM-RT64, SM-RT66 (* Only compatible with resin pad)
Recommended oil (NOT INCLUDED): SHIMANO Mineral
Ice technology pad compatible caliper
ICE TECHNOLOGIES - The fade, which can occur to disc brake rotor and pad when braking on a long downhill ride for instance, has a negative impact on the braking performance. SHIMANO has adopted ICE TECHNOLOGIES disc brake rotor and ICE TECHNOLOGIES pad to realize the cooling technology for consistent performance. The clad disc brake rotor blade, which has a 3 layer-sandwich structure of stainless steel, aluminum and stainless steel, provides better radiation performance. Also, the radiation fin has been adopted for the pad. Moreover, the clad disc brake rotor blade and the radiator fin provide long pad life, less noise, less fade and lightweight. Available in resin or metal compound, the optional radiation fin pad with a 2-layer back plate (aluminum fin with stainless steel) further improves radiation performance. ICE TECHNOLOGIES piston in order to achieve optimized lightweight, high rigidity and heat dissipation. Oversized pistons transfer hydraulic power directly to the brake pad, and ceramic material is used to avoid heat transfer for constant stable braking, providing efficient stopping power transfer without loss.
ONE WAY BLEEDING - it was developed for quick and easy prevention of air in our hydraulic system. We have streamlined the oil route throughout the system to prevent air bubbles from being captured in the system.
One way oil routing plus a funnel tool with mineral oil provides an easy and clean bleeding system.
I-SPEC EV - it creates a clean and action-optimized cockpit that provides greater focus and flexibility for a wider range of riders. Wider adjustment range allows riders of various styles, preferences and body styles to adjust to the optimal position. Ergonomic design, quicker lever access, and light operation enhance rider comfort and concentration. With its wider adjustment range, I-SPEC EV levers can be adjusted to the optimal position to match a wider range of riding styles (ENDURO/XC/etc.), rider preferences and rider anatomies (hand and arm alignment). I-SPEC EV increases brake lever rigidity by moving the brake clamp position inward to create an extra point of contact between the bar and the lever. This additional bracing drastically increases bike control and braking engagement while maintaining space between the clamp and support point for other handlebar accessories.
SERVO WAVE ACTION - When you pull a SERVOWAVE brake lever, initial pad travel is fast, so little lever movement is needed to bring the pads into contact with the rotor. The power multiplication factor then increases rapidly at the pad-to-rim contact so more of the lever stroke is used to apply greater braking power with improved control.