Suggestion for new brakeset

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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vcnz
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by vcnz

The candidates for my second racing bike at moment are:

FSA SL-K
TRP Euro-X
Avid Shorty Ultimate

As we know almost everything on the TRP and Avid ones, I'm looking for feedbacks on the FSA SL-K in a real world scenario
They seem to have a good value for money and the claimed weight is not bad (not sure if it's real)

I'm willing to consider other options
Any suggestions ?

Thx

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rockdude
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by rockdude

Pauls if you can get them.
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crosschained
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by crosschained

The FSA's are easy to adjust the pad height and angle just like the Avids. Making your life easier if you plan on running more then one wheelset.

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Illuminado
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by Illuminado

rockdude wrote:Pauls if you can get them.


Came in here to post this. Seriously they're pretty incredible, and made in my hometown of Chico, CA!
Who, what, huh?

Fisherfreerider
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by Fisherfreerider

Avids are a great brake at a very competitive price. A big plus is being able to set them up wide or skinny depending on the conditions and it is a very easy change to make. Braking power is very good and modulation is great.

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by rahman

im also considering Avids regarding their braking power and immaculate control :)
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