Avid X0 Trail Hydraulic Disc Brake Kit

Avid X0 Trail Hydraulic Disc Brake Kit
  • Color: Silver
  • Color: Black Anodized
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Take on bigger descents, nastier trails, higher speeds and brake later than ever with Avid's exceptional X0 Trail brakes. These powerful 4-piston brakes weigh in at near cross-country weights, and let you shed speed with authority. With Avid's Contact Point Adjustment, Power Reserve Geometry, and lever reach adjust it's simple and easy to choose between the modulation of a longer throw or the instantaneous power of a short throw. Combine that with Avid's Deep Stroke Modulation and TaperBore technology that gives you incredible control over these hugely powerful brakes and you have some of the most customizable, controllable stoppers around.


Avid: the evolution of Taperbore

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN Store SKU
Silver / Front / 160mm 710845694257 00.5018.002.006 BKST207352
Silver / Front / 180mm 710845694271 00.5018.002.008
Silver / Front / 200mm 710845694295 00.5018.002.010
Silver / Rear / 160mm 710845694264 00.5018.002.007 BKST207353
Silver / Rear / 180mm 710845694288 00.5018.002.009
Silver / Rear / 200mm 710845694301 00.5018.002.011
Black Anodized / Front / 160mm 710845694196 00.5018.002.000


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  • Extremely powerful brake 
  • Lightweight 


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Extremely Powerful Brake


from The Santa Cruz Mountains

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  • Extremely Powerful Brake
  • Lightweight


    Best Uses


    Extremely powerful brake when paired with a 200mm or 203mm rotor. I use it with semi-metalic pads and a Shimano Ice Tech 203mm rotor. It is the best set up that I ever used. It needs to be carefully aligned when mounted or it can squeal loudly. Align with a business card paper over the rotor. Then slide caliper with pads or paper and rotor. Then tighten each bolt in small increments while holding lever tight.

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