The new ee brakes

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madcow
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by madcow

The direct mount version are becoming available this week. The standard version should (hopefully) be available mid to late next week.

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by spdntrxi

Tapatalk is not loading pics for me... Sorry. The brake is tiny... With hardware but no pads it's 75g ! Direct Mount version

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by brighenne

The standard version is up for purchase at fair wheel!

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Ordered mine through a group order direct from EE - arranged by a fellow WW
Waiting in anticipation


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How good does the standard mount version look. *Trying... to ... not ... justify....
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Using the excellent shimano 9010 one now and trying hard to find a reason to get these too...

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by Cuki

Likewise, BR-9000 user, but very, very tempted.

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by amey

Ah well if anyone is willing to sell their mount DA9000 brakes for these then I'll buy them! Based in the UK.

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by spdntrxi

Kayrehn wrote:Using the excellent shimano 9010 one now and trying hard to find a reason to get these too...


other then a weight savings... there really isn't one. I was using the 9010 for a time,but went with a stages PM on my wife's madone and the 9010s would hit the PM... so I got some tektros.. and now the EE's

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by spartan

can you post a pic of the rear brake mounted. how is the stopping power vs stock dura-ace rear brake?
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Anyway for more to get in on the groupbuy?

Ozrider wrote:Ordered mine through a group order direct from EE - arranged by a fellow WW
Waiting in anticipation


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by pritchet74

I received mine last Friday and took them out for the first test ride on Saturday. They are everything I have ever wanted a brakeset to be. Simply amazing performance. Worth every penny.
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by ichobi

Here are some high res pics from the EB2014

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by earlfoss

Those are some beautiful brakes! I'd ditch the fairing... Why cover up such a masterpiece?!


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