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Have you ever thought about changing the caliper pistons in your brakes? No? Well, neither had we, until these bad boys came across our desk. Sure, OE calipers have come a long way in the last 20 years or so but they’re still one of the parts that let down modern bikes a fair bit, one of the reasons being because they use aluminium pistons, which, although lightweigh­t, are highly conductive with heat. That’s why BrakeTech have designed these precision-engineered stainless steel pistons featuring 12 ventilatio­n holes and a unique castellate­d reverse chamber for better fluid capacity. Overall, they give a whopping 94% thermal conductivi­ty reduction, and are available in a whole range of fittings for your calipers.

RRP (from) £366

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