Dual-pivot caliper brake with super SLR design for quick linear response, increased rigidity and improved braking power. Must be used in conjunction with ST-7900 or ST-6700 STIs for correct leverage ratio Enhanced brake arch proportions give a quicker linear response and increased power Low profile outer cable stop position improves cable routing for reduced friction Brake shoe compound produces 100% more stopping power in wet conditions than the previous generation Spring tension adjuster for precision set-up Adjustable toe-in on the brake shoes for easy set up Cartridge Shoe Holder: 55C3 Weight: 317g (front and rear)
|Ultegra 6700 Brake Caliper Specification|
|Type||Caliper Brakes, Front|
|Retailer||Chain Reaction Cycles|
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