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Magura MT2 (No rotor or adaptor)

Product code: 11738

£35.00

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Magura MT2 (No rotor or adaptor)

- Built using Magura's new "CarboTecture" technology, the MT2 is a powerful yet lightweight hydraulic disc brake.
- Ergonomic lever design feels comfortable to use, and gives a good amount of power.
- Split bar clamp allows easy fitting and removal, without having to take off your grips!
- Utilises Magura's tried and tested sealing system, designed to work flawlessly with mineral oil.
- Bleeding is quick and easy thanks to simple bleed plug.
- Specially selected hydraulic piston ratios give good mechanical advantage and enhanced braking power.
- Post mount fitting is ideal for many of the new frames on the market.
- Only available in Black.
- Brakes are supplied with 200cm hose, so can be used for front or rear, and come with all the necessary fittings to shorten the hose to your desired length (for assistance, you can refer to the manual supplied with the brake, or Magura's website).
- Brakes supplied pre-bled with bolts and hose fittings, without rotor or adaptor.. If you require an IS adaptor, please see the additional information tab.
- Sold individually.
- Weight: 253g

Important Information:

To correctly fit the lever to the handlebar, the bolt with the arrows pointing towards it must be gently tightened first until the gap is closed, then the other bolt should be nipped down. Do NOT tighten this bolt right down, normally there will be a gap of around 2-3mm when the lever is tight on the bars. Over-tightening the bolts or not following this procedure is likely to crack the lever clamp and this is not covered under warranty.

Additional Information

Please note that both Magura and Hope IS adaptors will work with these measurements.

Please read down the list of brake options to the one you wish to use, then you can see which rotor and adaptor to purchase separately:

- 160mm front brake with:
Post Mount fork = 160mm rotor and no adaptor
IS fork = 160mm rotor and adaptor A (please you will need to add 2.5mm of washers between the adaptor and the caliper).
+20 fork = Not possible
+30 fork = Not possible

- 180mm front brake with:
IS fork = 180mm rotor and adaptor F
+20 fork = 180mm rotor and adaptor A
+30 fork: Not possible

- 200mm front brake with:
IS fork = 200mm rotor and adaptor B
+20 fork = 200mm rotor and adaptor F
+30 fork: Not possible

- 160mm rear brake with:
Post Mount frame = 160mm rotor and no adaptor
IS frame = 160mm rotor and adaptor F
+20 frame = 160mm rotor and adaptor A
+40 frame = Not possible
+50 frame = Not possible

- 180mm rear brake with:
Post Mount frame = 180mm rotor and +20PM adaptor (we do not sell this item)
IS frame = 180mm rotor and adaptor B
+20 frame = 180mm rotor and adaptor F
+40 frame = 180mm rotor and adaptor A

- 200mm rear brake with:
Post Mount frame = 200mm rotor and +40PM adaptor (we do not sell this item)
IS frame = Not possible using items we sell, and not recommended as it is highly likely to break your frame
+20 frame = 200mm rotor and adaptor B
+40 frame = 200mm rotor and adaptor F

Questions

tom

whats the bite/hold like in these, comparable to the hopes? echo's?

Posted by tom on 18/02/2012

Reply from TartyBikes on 20/02/2012

Hi Tom - We haven't had a chance to fully test these brakes yet, but initial impressions seem to put them up there with the Hope and Echo brakes. The only downside to the brakes is that they don't have the same type of bite point control as the Hope Tech Trial or Echo TR Hydraulic Disc brakes, but they are a lot cheaper as a result. Thanks, Mark

Will

How do you bleed this brake?

Posted by Will on 01/06/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 04/06/2013

Hi Will - Hopefully this video guide will help you out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wahvmtKnG4 Thanks, Mark

Cameron

Will these fit koxx orange

Posted by Cameron on 11/06/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 12/06/2013

Hi Cameron - Unfortunately these brakes won't fit the Koxx Orange, sorry. The Orange has a non-disc frame, fork and wheelset so it wouldn't be possible to fit them. Thanks, Mark

Adam

What would I need to fit these to an Inspired fourplay frame with inspired team forks for rotor sizes of 180mm front/rear and 203mm front/rear. Thanks in advance!

Posted by Adam on 18/06/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 18/06/2013

Hi Adam - You would need to use the Hope IS Frame/Fork to Post Mount Caliper adaptors. If you opt for 180mm front and rear, you would need 2 "Adaptor F" Hope adaptors. For 203mm, you would need 2 "Adaptor B" Hope adaptors (as well as a couple of thin spacers between the caliper and the adaptor). Thanks, Mark

Daniele

Do you think the lever will fit on hs33 slaves (what is the diameter of the master piston)?

Posted by Daniele on 21/06/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 24/06/2013

Hi Daniele - thanks for your question. Unfortunately the MT2 lever will not work with HS33 slaves as the lever is an open hydraulic system, and HS33 slaves are a part of a closed system. Thanks, Flipp.

Joe

Hopefully you can help me with figuring this out, I have a hardtail mountain bike I want to put these brakes on and I'm not sure what adapters I would need. My frame is a 2013 Octane One Zircus - specs here: http://octane-one.com/zircus-frame/ My fork is a 2013 100mm Manitou Circus Expert - specs here: http://www.manitoumtb.com/products/forks/circus/ I would want to run 180mm rotors front/rear. Thanks for any help!

Posted by Joe on 02/08/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/08/2013

Hi Joe - thanks for your question. For the rear brake, you need either the Magura QM10 or Hope Adapter B. The front brake is a little more complicated as it is a post-mount. With a 160mm rotor you could mount the caliper directly to the forks. To run a 180mm rotor, you need a +20mm post mount adapter, of which we have none in stock. They are available here http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/hope-mount-adaptor-front-post-to-post/rp-prod13728 if you decide to go through with it. Hope that helps! Thanks, Flipp.

Joe

What brake mount adapters would be necessary to fit the 203mm rotor to the front of an Onza Zoot? Thanks, Joe.

Posted by Joe on 05/09/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 06/09/2013

Hi Joe - for that you'd need either the Hope Adapter B, or Magura QM5. Thanks, Flipp.

Justin

Will the 180mm size fit on the onza zoot dual disc bike front and rear. Thank you

Posted by Justin on 18/09/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 18/09/2013

Hi Justin - you can use the 180mm version on that bike, though we wouldn't advise it. Several people have had trouble with the brake mount on the frame breaking very quickly when used with more powerful brakes. If you did choose to run them, you would also need to purchase a +20mm adapter - Hope Adapter F or Magura adapter QM10. Thanks, Flipp.

Alex Chiao

How bad is the pad knock on these brakes?

Posted by Alex Chiao on 22/12/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 23/12/2013

Hi Alex - thanks for your question. The noise made by the pads is noticeable - it's not as bad as some but it's definitely there. The problem is caused by the back of the pads being painted. The paint is a little slippy, and so simply sanding the paint off removes the issue. I had these brakes for a while myself, did this, and this fix worked perfectly. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Loeke

Hi. Will it just fit to my echo lite? Thanks.

Posted by Loeke on 30/01/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 31/01/2014

Hi Loeke - thanks for your question. You would need some adaptors to fit these to your bike as these brakes are Post Mount, and your frame is ISO. If you are using the standard 160mm rotors, you will need Hope Adaptor A for the front and Adaptor F for the rear (http://www.tartybikes.co.uk/disc_brake_spares/hope_is_framefork_to_post_mount_caliper_adaptor/c110p10773.html). I hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Nathan

Hey! I am building a custom bike on here with the Inspired fourplay frame, and am wondering if these brakes would be recommended for the back? I am also thinking about the Echo TR hydralic disc, but that is only available in a 160mm back, and i was hoping for a 180mm. One last question, when do you expect these to be in stock? The 180mm rear.. Thanks! -Nathan

Posted by Nathan on 01/07/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 01/07/2014

Hi Nathan - thanks for your question. These brakes are perfectly good for use on the rear - I had one myself for quite a while and it was excellent. Unfortunately we are struggling to get hold of these at the minute so we are not too sure when the next batch might be coming in, or if they will be available with 180mm rotors. Sorry about that. The Shimano SLX brake we stock provides very similar performance, as an alternative. Thanks, Flipp.

David

I have the sram db5 brake on my inspired console will this brake fit straight onto the disc brake ISO mounts or will I need a different adapter

Posted by David on 15/12/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 15/12/2016

Hi David - You should be able to just un-bolt the DB5 lever from the bar and the caliper from the adaptor, then directly replace it with the MT2 brake with no problems. You can re-use the same rotor and adaptor which makes things nice and easy! Thanks, Mark

Josh

Hi tartybikes i was wondering if the magura MT2 would fit the inspired flow 2015 i think the disc size is 160mm i have the standerd avid cable disc brakes amd i was wondering if these would fit thanks

Posted by Josh on 23/01/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 24/01/2017

Hi Josh - If you've got an Avid BB5 on there at the moment, the MT2 would fit on the same adaptor as the BB5 and you could re-use the existing rotor fine. Thanks, Mark

Marcell Schmalhorst

Hello, will the brake be available with 180mm rotor again? if yes, when? Do this brake comes with brake pads? And would it fit my Zoo Lynx frame with the 180mm rotor and the B adaptor by Hope ( IS to Post mount )? Thanks, Marcell

Posted by Marcell Schmalhorst on 04/06/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/06/2014

Hi Marcell - thanks for your question. Unfortunately we likely won't be getting these back in stock as they have had some reliability issues. The Shimano SLX M675 brake we stock offers very similar performance and we have not had any issues with leaks as we have with MT2s, so would be the better option. We do not currently have the rear brakes in stock, though they will be back in stock at the start of next week. Both brakes come with pads already installed, and both would work perfectly on a Lynx frame with a 180mm rotor and Adaptor B. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Reviews

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Based on 2 customer ratings

Maciej

strong brake

Posted by Maciej on 16/09/2012

The power of this brake on my 26" bike is incredible. I have the 203mm rotor which also increases the power, brake bedded in very quickly and now performs amazingly. The lever feel is rad, no sore fingers at all, buy it you wont be disappointed!

Reply from TartyBikes on 17/09/2012

Hi Maciej - The MT2s are very nice brakes, especially for the price. It's good to hear they're working well for you. Thanks for the review!

Ollie

erm..

Posted by Ollie on 05/05/2013

when i first got it i really liked it!! bedded in great and there was loads and loads of bite although after about a week it started leaking so i went to adjust the pressure and the screw head wasn't there?? and the leaking just got worse and worse until the point of its cheaper to wear my shoes down on the tyre and more effective!! hopefully ill be able to get them swapped over ? as i believe this is a one off apart from that they are a very good brake!!

Reply from TartyBikes on 08/05/2013

Hi Ollie - I'm not quite sure what you mean about 'the screw head', sorry! If you'd like to get in touch with us via e-mail we should be able to help out. Magura offer a great leak-proof warranty for these brakes so I'm sure we can get this problem resolved for you.

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