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Going From Sram Level To Shimano Brakes


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On 5/13/2022 at 11:09 AM, love2fly said:

 

Ive had my brakes bled and re-bled and even from new they are at best mediocre.

 

And here sir is part of your problem

The answer to great brakes is to service and bleed your own brakes

Really not difficult and with a bit of practice not messy either.

 

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19 minutes ago, porqui said:

And here sir is part of your problem

The answer to great brakes is to service and bleed your own brakes

Really not difficult and with a bit of practice not messy either.

 

I've tried bleeding my previous generation Srams and after battling I now use my LBS who knows what he's doing

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2 hours ago, TheoG said:

OK then.

I'm very happy with my 8-9 year old Shitmano XT's, thank you.

Have you ever tried SRAM?

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4 hours ago, Quagga said:

Yes based on many many hours on SRAM and Shimano brakes since 2005 on 5 different bike riding stuff from road to Epic

hahahaha how do you know someone has done Epic?

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11 hours ago, Quagga said:

Have you ever tried SRAM?

I actually did, still prefer Shitmano.

imho the only instance where SCRAM got it better is AXS vs Di2, and I chose Archer D1x Trial because its much cheaper than both the big names and it "shift everything" .... :) 

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24 minutes ago, TheoG said:

I actually did, still prefer Shitmano.

imho the only instance where SCRAM got it better is AXS vs Di2, and I chose Archer D1x Trial because its much cheaper than both the big names and it "shift everything" .... :) 

one thing we do agree on. Archer!

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