Shimano RT-MT800 Ice Tech Centre Lock Disc Rotor
734366

Shimano RT-MT800 Ice Tech Centre Lock Disc Rotor
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Shimano RT-MT800 Ice Tech Centre Lock Disc Rotor
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  • Longer pad life and create less brake fade and noise
  • Three-layer sandwich structure enhances heat dissipation
  • Easy disc brake rotor installation with spline mount and lock ring

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Shimano RT-MT800 Ice Tech Centre Lock Disc Rotor
Shimano RT-MT800 Ice Tech Centre Lock Disc Rotor
From £42.93
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Shimano RT-MT800 Ice Tech FREEZA Disc Rotor, Internal Lockring

  • Ice Tech rotors achieve long pad life, less noise and less fade due to improved heat dispersion
  • Using the proven Shimano Centre Lock system for excellent rigidity and security with an easy set-up
  • Rotor contact surface has been developed for excellent pad clearing and cooling which increases pad performance and life
  • Large forged alloy spider supports rotor surface, increasing rigidity and reducing weight
  • Comes complete with Center Lock internal lockring
  • Size options: 140mm, 160mm, 180mm or 203mm
  • Average weight: 88g - 140mm; 108g - 160mm; 132g - 180mm; 163g - 203mm
Deore XT and Ultegra grade Shimano RT-MT800 Ice Tech rotors give excellent performance made from a stainless steel / alloy 3-layer sandwich construction that manages heat while riding.

The clad steel / alloy / steel rotor construction allows heat generated from braking to radiate quickly through the aluminium core achieving surface temperature drops of around 50 deg C. When used with Ice Tech pads surface temperatures can drop from around 400 to 300 deg C, this provides great improvements in performance all round.