IIIPRO 160 180 mm Heat Dissipation MTB Bicycle Brake Disc

  • Black
  • Blue
  • Gold
  • Red
  • 180mm
  • 160mm

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About the item:

Name: IIIPRO Bicycle Cooling Disc Brake Floating Rotor
Model: RD2
Material: CNC aluminum dish core + stainless Steel + aluminum wing heat sink
Size:160mm/180mm (160MM common for mountain bikes)
Type: International Standard six-nail disc (the distance between the centers of the two holes is 44MM)
Application: Mountain/Road Bike
Function: Heat Dissipation
Color: Black/Blue/Gold/Red
Origin: Taiwan


  1. The use of 7075 aluminum alloy is cold-forged with high strength, which is far better than mild steel.
  2. General corrosion resistance, good mechanical properties, and anode reaction
  3. The aluminum wing heat sink provides an enhanced heat dissipation effect
  4. Stable brake, reduce weight
  5.  Increase the contact area between the disc and the air. When braking, reduce drag
  6. Standard six-hole screw installation, The distance from the center of the disc to the hole is 44mm, and 6 screws lock directly on the hub.

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