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Magura HS33 2014-18

Product code: 12194


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Magura HS33 2014-18

190cm hose length, 2-finger, black pads, with Evo2 adaptor kit
190cm hose length, 4-finger, black pads, with Evo2 adaptor kit

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- Lever body made of Carbotecture, offering a great strength-to-weight ratio!
- New forged aluminium lever blade matches the aesthetics of the 'MT' range of disc brakes (but please note the MT range of levers are not compatible with this brake).
- Lever blade is notably broader and slight more rounded than previous models, making it very comfortable.
- '2-finger' lever blade model. The leverage ratio is higher than 2005 model 2-finger brakes though.
- '4-finger' model offers more power due to the extra leverage, but a slightly less firm lever feel.
- Two-bolt handlebar clamp means you don't have to remove your grip to get the lever on/off.
- New TPA system has the functional components made exclusively from steel to improve durability, and has indexed 90° turns to ensure it stays put.
- Reach is taken care of by the T25 screw in the front of the lever blade. Unscrewing the screw moves the end of the lever blade closer to the handlebar.
- Bleeding system is the same as the pre-2011 brakes - attach a full syringe to the slave cylinder, remove the bleed screw in the lever, then push fluid through from the bottom. Please note that a regular bleed hose will NOT screw into the bleed port, trying to do so will damage the thread.
- Comes with Magura black pads, this is a standard compound pad. We recommend upgrading for Trials use.
- Available with Evo2 Adaptor kit to allow you fit the brake to V-Brake style studs.
- Lever works for either way up for both left and right hand braking, simply turn it over!
- Brake cylinders are compatible with all 4-Bolt clamps (Echo, TNN, Magura, Try-All, Tensile, Chorrillas, etc) and Magura Evo2 clamps.
- Colour variation on the lever may vary slightly from the picture (may have black or silver handlebar clamp).
- Sold individually.
- Brake only, including pads: 250g
- 4-Bolt brake clamps and bolts: 74g
- Total: 324g

Important Information:

Bleed screw requires very little torque, just a 'nip' into place to seal the brake - maximum 0.5Nm. Damage due to over-tightening is not covered by warranty.

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.



What conditions are the "Magura Red" pads rated for and will these brakes work with the Echo SL clamps?

Posted by Joe on 04/09/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2013

Hi Joe - these brakes will work with the SL clamps exactly as previous models have. The pads supplied to us with these brakes are fairly standard pads not aimed at trials, and so their performance will not compare to other, trials-specific pads. Thanks, Flipp.

Marco Elizondo

Hey I just want to know if this is the 2 finger lever blade or the 4 finger lever blade model? Thanks!

Posted by Marco Elizondo on 04/09/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2013

Hi Marco - this is the two-finger lever blade. We're hoping to have the four-finger lever blade versions in stock at some point in the future, though we're not sure when we'll be able to get hold of them. Thanks, Flipp.


Will there be a 4 finger lever option?

Posted by Sam on 04/09/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2013

Hi Sam - we're hoping to have the four-finger lever blade versions in stock at some point in the future, though we're not sure when we'll be able to get hold of them. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi I was just wondering if a leaver like the magura mt8 or another from the mt range beause they look the same so I thought it could work, what is your advice? Reyhan

Posted by Reyhan on 05/09/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 06/09/2013

Hi Reyhan - they look similar, though their internals are different. The pistons in hydraulic disc brake levers are smaller than in rim brake levers as they need to move the pads much less distance, but exert more force. If you used one of those levers with rim brake slave pistons the pads would not move enough. Thanks, Flipp.


Would these brakes fit my onza ska 2013 Thanks Daniel

Posted by Daniel on 23/09/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 23/09/2013

Hi Daniel - yes, these brakes would fit your bike just fine. The only thing you'd have to remember to do is that, when taking the vee brakes off, you also need to remove the 4-bolt to vee brake adaptors. They are the black bits bolted to the frame/fork that the vee-brake sits on. These brakes attach directly to the mount welded to the frame/fork. Thanks, Flipp.


Right hand levers for rear brake available?

Posted by Tom on 25/09/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 26/09/2013

Hi Tom - these levers work on both sides of the bike already. They are designed to be able to be run either way up, so just turn the lever over. Thanks, Flipp.

Melissa Middleton

Hi all When will this item be back in stock - i'm desperate to get it?

Posted by Melissa Middleton on 08/11/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 11/11/2013

Hi Melissa - our supplier makes getting hold of these brakes surprisingly difficult, and after a long wait we have now found out that they are expecting to receive their next batch in the middle of December. We are - however - expecting to take delivery of the four-finger lever version in a couple of weeks. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi guys, Do I have to shorten the brake tube myself for front braking or is there an option to choose when purchasing? I'm considering buying 2 of those and I want to make sure I have 2 different lenghs for front and rear. THANKS! You guys rock. Ben

Posted by Ben on 17/01/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 20/01/2014

Hi Ben - thanks for your question. The hoses are quite easy to shorten yourself, though if you'd prefer us to do it here before sending your order out, add the appropriate Hose Shortening workshop item (http://www.tartybikes.co.uk/workshop/tartybikes_brake_hose_shortening/c34p11054.html) to your basket when ordering. Be sure to leave details in the notes field! (Is the hose being shortened for front or rear, what sized bike, and do you want the bars to be able to turn all the way around or not are the main points.) Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Marcus :)

Hi, i have this brake in the 2 finger lever blade version ! I was wondering when there will be an option to buy just a 4 finger lever blade for it as i am wanting to have a 4 finger lever blade on mine ?

Posted by Marcus :) on 03/04/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 04/04/2014

Hi Marcus - thanks for your question. We have been trying to get hold of them for a while but they remain elusive. We are not sure when, or even if we will be stocking them as our supplier will not provide them as spare parts. Thanks, Flipp.


How is difference between Magura HS33 2005 and Magura HS33 2014 ?

Posted by František on 28/08/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 29/08/2014

Hi František - thanks for your question. The lever body is made from Carbotecture rather than aluminium, the handlebar clamp is split rather than closed and uses torx headed bolts with a special thread, the blade is a different shape, the TPA system has been completely redesigned and the pivot is now a press-fit pin rather than a threaded bolt. There are other differences too, but these are the main ones. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


HI, I'm enquiring about the magura hs33 hydraulic rim brakes( two finger (£80)) On my inspired element would I need any more parts or tools to fit them And how much would it cost (minus the price of the brakes)

Posted by Morgan on 10/11/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 11/11/2014

Hi Morgan - thanks for your question. This would depend on which Element you have. If you have the 2014 model, everything you would need to fit this brake to your bike is included with the brake. If you have the 2013 model then you would require Evo 2 mounts which we unfortunately don't have in stock separately at the minute. They are included with the 2011, 4-finger HS11 that we have available, though not with any of the 2014 models. To fit them to the bike you would only need a set of allen keys. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


What mount would I need to fit this brake to the inspired flow 2015 Or would I just continue and get it with the Magua evo 2 adaptor Im purchasing this brake because my friend recommended it and it looks nice Cheers guys once again

Posted by Mark on 26/02/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 26/02/2016

Hi Mark - You'd need the Magura Evo2 adaptor for whichever hydraulic rim brake you'd like to use. They all use the same mounting system, so to go onto a V-Brake post you'd need to use the Evo2s. As before, you may find you need a 2-bolt brake booster to give it a little extra stiffness, but it's worth giving it a try first as you may find it works fine when standard. Thanks, Mark


Hello, would this brake fit a Inspired flow 24" 2014. thanks, Pedro

Posted by Pedro on 25/03/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 29/03/2016

Hi Pedro - These brakes would fit on the rear of the Flow, but you would need to fit them using the Magura Evo2 Adaptor Kit due to the Flow having rear V-Brake mounts. Thanks, Mark

Tero Autioniemi

Hey! What wolud be the correct lenght for 2011 Monty 207 front brake? If you shorten the hose, do i need to fill or bleed it before assembly? Thank you.

Posted by Tero Autioniemi on 09/07/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 11/07/2016

Hello - Around 60-65cm should be correct for this bike. If you request the brake hose shortening option then we would make sure the brake is bled and ready to go when it arrives with you. If you wanted to cut it down when you receive it, this is quite easy to do and doesn't necessarily require you to bleed the brake afterwards (if you are careful when you trim the hose down). The brake is supplied with an olive to allow you to do this. Thanks, Mark

Tharun Shiv

Hello tartybikes!!! Ive come across some riders and videos where they convert these brakes where they remove the oil and replace it with water, so i wanted to know how it makes a difference and what are the pro's and con's of the conversion!?!? Thank you, Cheers!!!

Posted by Tharun Shiv on 26/10/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 27/10/2016

Hi Tharun - Water gives a lighter, snappier lever feel. There's no conversion required, it's just a case of bleeding the brake with water rather than oil. The only problem with water is that it can make the HS33 pistons swell up a little. As a result, we would usually recommend using something like Trialtech Rim Brake Fluid which is water-based, but contains other ingredients that prevent corrosion and promote lubrication inside the brake. Thanks, Mark

Mitchell Barnett

hello, would these work on my Inspired element trials bike? also does the package include a break booster? cheers!

Posted by Mitchell Barnett on 24/05/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 24/05/2017

Hi Mitchell - The HS33s will fit your Element, but the specific one you need to order will depend on which Element you have. If it has V-Brake mounts, the option with Evo2 Kit will be suitable. If you have 4-bolt mounts then the options with 4-bolt clamps will work best. The Evo2 Kit is supplied with the backing booster plate, but the 4-bolt options are sold without a booster. These are available separately. Thanks, Mark


Hi. Will this brake fit my onza tyke?

Posted by linus on 13/03/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/03/2018

Hi Linus - As long as you use the brake option with the Evo2 Adaptor Kit you should be fine. Thanks, Mark


Hi does this come ready to go. As in I don't need bleed it I can just fit and start riding

Posted by Craig on 15/04/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 16/04/2018

Hi Craig - These brakes are supplied fully bled so you can just fit them and ride, although please note that if you go for the 190cm hose length option you will usually need to cut this down to suit your bike. This is fairly straight forward to do, and if you're careful you can do it without needing to bleed the brake. If you'd prefer us to do it, simply add a TartyBikes Rim Brake Hose Shortening (Product code: 11054) to your basket along with the brake and we can sort this out for you. Thanks, Mark

Jamie Meggitt

Do these brakes come already bled? So it just bolts on so I can ride or will I have to bleed them?

Posted by Jamie Meggitt on 01/05/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 01/05/2018

Hi Jamie - All of our hydraulic disc and rim brakes come bled, ready to bolt on. Thanks, Mark

Ben Mccaffery

Does this brake work with the rear wheel of a onza ska, as struggling to fit it

Posted by Ben Mccaffery on 19/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 20/09/2018

Hi Ben!
These brakes fit the Onza Ska, although using the Evo2 Adaptor Kit can be a little tricky.
The Ska is fitted with V-Brakes and V-Brake Adaptors as standard which allow you to fit the HS33s with the Evo2 Kit supplied with them, but you can also remove the V-Brake Adaptors and use some Magura 4-Bolt Clamps instead.
These clamps allow you to bolt the brakes directly to the frame, meaning they're a little easier to set up and should give more brake stiffness too.
That said, they will work with the Evo2 Kit, it just requires a little more adjustment to get them to line up properly.

Ben Mccaffery

Hi, i have a onza ska and have just bought these brakes im struggling to mount them, after taking the v brakes off, do u still keep the black plate that screws into the frame that the v brakes rested on or do u take it off, and if u take it off how does the hs33 attach

Posted by Ben Mccaffery on 19/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 20/09/2018

Hi Ben!
If you're using the Evo2 Kits supplied with the brakes, you would need to use the black V-Brake Adaptors fitted to the frame. This video covers installing Magura brakes with an Evo2 kit, so may help you.
As an alternative, you could get a set of Magura 4-Bolt Brake Clamps. You would fit these by removing the black V-Brake Adaptor from your frame, and bolting the clamps and HS33 directly to the mounts on the frame itself. This makes brake setup a little easier, and should make the brake feel a little stiffer too as they're closer to the frame, and the clamps being a little stiffer than the Evo2 Kit too.
Hopefully the video will help you get your Evo2 Kit and HS33s fitted - if not, feel free to give us a call and we can try and talk you through it.

AJ Chang

hi there. I was wondering how long it will take to ship to USA, Im in California. thanks.

Posted by AJ Chang on 13/09/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 13/09/2013

Hi AJ - all our postage information is available here: http://www.tartybikes.co.uk/pages/postage.html Thanks, Flipp.

Anton Sundeman

Hello! i wondered if the brake will fit to my bike echo lite 011565. Besides i'm planning to grind the rim so i'm thinking about to buy 011871. will these fitt and when are they coming back to stock? And if not so can you recommend me some other break pads to a grinded rim?

Posted by Anton Sundeman on 08/10/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 09/10/2014

Hi Anton - thanks for your question. That brake will fit on your bike just fine when used with 4-bolt clamps. We are hoping to get those pads back in stock at some point though are not too sure when that will be so would advise going for something else. The Tr1al HS33 pads are a very good choice offering powerful braking at a great price, but they are only suitable for use with light grinds. If you want to run particularly heavy grinds, something from the Heatsink or TK pads would be a better choice. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Andreas Mesicek

Hi, please tell me: do these brakes fit my Echo Control 26" frame? do they require an adaptor? thanks Andreas

Posted by Andreas Mesicek on 10/11/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 11/11/2014

Hi Andreas - thanks for your question. This brake will fit your frame just fine, and includes everything you will need to mount it too. Thanks, Flipp.

Nick Harding

can you cut down the hose for me if I order in store and with a bike

Posted by Nick Harding on 12/10/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 12/10/2015

Hi Nick - That would be no problem. We offer this as a service in our Workshop section. Just make sure to let us know how long you'd like it to be! Thanks, Mark

Atsuhiko Mukai

Can I install this brake on the Monty 207 Kamel? Best ragerds, Mukai

Posted by Atsuhiko Mukai on 13/11/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/11/2016

Hello - You could fit the Magura HS33 brakes to the 207, but you would need a Magura Evo2 Adaptor Kit. The HS11 brakes are supplied with these mounts as standard so may be a little easier to fit. Thanks, Mark


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Based on 3 customer ratings


Sweet Sweet HS33

Posted by Joe on 11/09/2013

Wonderful brake. :)

Reply from TartyBikes on 12/09/2013

Hi Joe - glad you're happy with it! We've sold quite a lot of these in the short time we've had them, so hopefully other people feel the same way. Thanks, Flipp.


Very pleased indeed!

Posted by Jordan on 17/09/2013

Hi TartyBikes, no need to lie so all I have to say is what an amazing brake! Had an Echo TR brake before and just doesn't compare to this one, nowhere near as good as the new Magura 2014. Dad fitted it for me and tried to put as much stress on it as possible (he's very strong!), gave it a try myself and performed incredibly well in the wet with TNN Engineering CNC green pads which is good considering winter is coming up. Once again great service and next day delivery. Also a massive thanks to you guys for TartyDays 2013! Absolutely brilliant weekend and would love to go next year too! Thanks guys, Jordan



Posted by Oliver on 05/10/2013

Such a great brake. I have gone from 05 magura's to V brake then to a Racing Line never have i been so impress with my brakes. Such a good looking design and a nice comfortable lever was strange going to 2 finger again as i've been using 4 finger blades for so long but still loads better than the brakes i've had before

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