Fulcrum Zero Nite/ Shamal Mille braking surface- what’s the latest?

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ClydesdaleChris
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by ClydesdaleChris

They’ve been out now for a few years. How’s everyone’s experiences?

I’ve read the other posts, no need for regurgitation. I want real-world experiences, specifically brake power and durability of surface.

C17 is apparently changed material for both wheels.
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by CippoForLife

Hey Chris,
I'd say the surface does offer improved braking compared to a bare alloy.
Somewhat akin to Mavic's Exalith but not quite as grabby or loud.
The finish will wear eventually, but I'd guess it would take over 10,000 km to get there.

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Mike

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