SRAM Disc Brake Hydraulic DB Level Dir Black 950 Front -

SRAM Disc Brake Hydraulic DB Level Dir Black 950 Front


Regular priceRs. 5,290.00
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  • Requires TL6940, Bleeding Edge Tool, for performing any bleed work
  • 2-piece Caliper has 20mm pistons and fixed hose routing
  • Cast body and lever blade, bushing lever pivot
  • Includes steel-backed organic pads


Adjustable Reach Yes
Brake Caliper Type Post Mount
Brake Lever Actuation Hydraulic
Brake Lever Use Left
Color Black
Defined Color Black
Hydraulic Hose Length 950
Adjustable Contact Point No
Hydraulic Fluid Type DOT
Rotor Included No
Pad Compound Organic
Designed for ebike Yes

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Charles Tirkey

Riding in Indian cities, especially in the Metro Cities, with mixed vehicular traffic requires the cyclist to think like a motorised vehicle, by which I mean, one requires to have similar abilities of cycle parts, if not the propellant sinews. Good brakes are the first upgrade to provide confidence to the pedaller, to use the road. Level brakes, brings to progresive retardation from the velocity acquired. Sram Level, have good initial bite, which increases substantially as one continues to engage the brake levers. Definitely a highly recommended Upgrade, even as a entry level to SRAM DB range, for those sportive riders of Urban Flow.

Syamantak Dutta
I prefer it over Shimano because of it's reliability,performance,feel and modulation etc

SRAM A Company which known for it's high end MTB stuff.The brakes are robust.I have done stoppie,bunnyhop etc.The great thing is it's modulation and feel,I used Shimano MT201 brakes they are so snappy, And the pads will worn out so quickly that I need to replace after 2 month.But these are So Great.But one thing is that when they get wet they sound like a Volvo bus is braking but the braking performance is remain in wet conditions as well as dry conditions.If you want to know more about Shimano vs SRAM Brakes pls checkout Worldwide Cyclery YT channel.If you thinking it's challenging to bleed I would say A little bit over Shimano But if you do it from a professional then it's best.For bleeding,brake pads replacement,Brake Alignment make sure you watch Park Tool YT Channel.One thing I disappointed with CYCLOP is that the brake pads are not in stock,and bleeding kit also.Hope they will back in stock soon.But at the end of the day I would say that if You want snappy brakes then Prefer Shimano If you want good feel and Modulation then prefer SRAM.

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