[Tested] New SRAM HS2 Rotors

Finally SRAM has makes changes to their braking systems by introducing new rotor that are intended to decrease the temperature of the brakes, the HS2. SRAM sent us the new discs about two months ago, so we had a lot of time to try them out. In the video you will find the details of the HS2 and how they performed in the field. Just click closed captions for the translation …


  • Increased 2.00 mm thickness
  • Better heat dissipation (40 ° C lower than Centerline, according to SRAM)
  • 7 percent more braking power according to SRAM
  • Available with six hole and Centerlock for mtb
  • Detected weight disc 6 hole, 180mm: 170gr (the corresponding Centerline weighs 146 gr.)
  • Price: see below




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