Designed specifically for road riding, the SRAM CenterLine XR (CLX-R) rotor is the perfect complement to a new SRAM eTap AXS drivetrain.
Features & Specs:
- Streamlined form optimized for road use
- CenterLine track offers quiet brake operation
- Rounded edges make for easier wheel installs and are UCI-compliant
- Designed to match eTap AXS components
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Brake Type: Disc
Brake Pad Type: Disc
Hub Compatibility: Center-Lock
Brake Parts: Rotor
Mfg PartNum: 00.5018.122.002
Mfg PartNum: 00.5018.122.003
Mfg Warranty: 24 Mo. Parts
Warranty URL: https://www.sram.com/en/service/warranty
Another disc newbie getting used to this new world, in which the rotor wears after a few years. I never had to change a rim from brake wear! That said, these are a breeze to swap out, and the disc brake experience is so much better than i'll put up with the expense. You will need a special tool to remove the nut holding the rotor on, and I cannot find it at the time of this writing!
Work very well. I had these for about two years . Some rotors warp and bend easy. These are solid. BUT, when they get older. They do start to bend easily. They don't last forever. I would say. Depending on use. Replace them every two years. Disk pad too. Get the quite organic pads.
I switched from Paceline to Centerline rotors for weight savings and I don't regret it at all. Great decision for those looking to shave off a few grams. The rounded edges make them safe to handle and install, and they look absolutely fantastic!
Decent enough rotor but at $xxx and doesn't even include a lock ring it can hardly be called a bargain or a reasonable value. If you have to buy a lock ring anyway there are other rotors that are at least as good that cost less.
They are light weight. Brand new, they donï¿½t bend easy BUT. After 3,000 miles or so.
They start to bend if you look at them wrong.
Take your rear tire off, touch something and Scrapeï¿½ scrape ï¿½.. scrape. If you already have SRAM you donï¿½t have a choice. I would go Shimano if I had my chance to do it over
These rotors are perfect. I havevused others and these made a difference the moment i installed them and took them for a ride.
These are a little heavier thsn the previous version, but, they work much better.
Looks are much better too.
I bought these Rotors to go with my Sram Force groupset. I have used these Rotors for about 4 months now , i do a lot of heavy breaking some from the hills i ride and some from city riding. it takes a lot of to heat these up but they cool off really fast . The heat build up was from poor braking technique not the rotors. these are high end rotors that work really good even when they are abused .
Everything on my KHS Flite 747 gravel bike is flat black so I got these only based on looks. Turns out they're really quiet during braking and seem to stay cooler than the all steel ones. I'm assuming this is to do with Aluminum's superior heat dissipating qualities. Most heat sinks are made of aluminum so it makes sense. I burnt my head on a rotor before and still have the bald spot to prove it so I know what I'm talking about.
I have a set of these on both my road and gravel bike. Stopping power is fantastic for both applications and no noise at all when stopping, even when wet/muddy. Haven't had the opportunity to apply them under steep descent. Also, they look really cool too.