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€688.44
BRAKING® presents the evolution of their top-range INCAS braking system with the introduction of version 2.0. Always MADE IN ITALY, always designed for E-Bike - DH - Enduro - Cross Country, but with several new features.
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€729.43
BRAKING® presents the evolution of their top-range INCAS braking system with the introduction of version 2.0. Always MADE IN ITALY, always designed for E-Bike - DH - Enduro - Cross Country, but with several new features.Features and improvements of version 2.0: •Completely renewed materials and processes: master cylinder and caliper machined from billet and CNC machined with high quality finishing. •Weight reduced by about 90 gr. compared to the previous version. •New kevlar and steel braided hose: hose diameter reduced to 5 mm to allow a better internal passage and weight saving, maintaining the optimal braking power that characterizes the INCAS system. •New pads with a wider braking surface, to allow a better grip between disc and pad, with a greater heat dissipation. •Caliper’s stiffness and braking power increased. •Caliper’s aesthetics completely renewed. . Brake’s hose passages and pads replacement operations optimizedUnchanged features from the previous version: •Hydraulic ratio qualitatively better than the systems currently available on the market. •Possibility to customize the system using different diameters of the pumping element, choosing between 9 or 10 mm to allow you to change the braking power, adapting the system to the rider's feeling and types of trails. •Simple replacement of the cartridges containing the pumping elements to quickly change the configuration and the operating pressures of the system.•Giving the same force on the lever, INCAS can guarantee a higher operating pressure compared to a normal braking system. The higher pressure inside the system allows it to have a greater stopping force, and a modular braking with a millimetric movement of the lever. The right compromise to have braking sensitivity on the rider's finger, reducing the muscular effort of hands and arms.
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