COVID-19: Delivery time3 10 to 15 working days to United States (change country)

Magura MDR-P - 6-Bolt Disc Brake Rotor - 180mm

Our price: Our price:
36,97
Price excl. VAT excl. Shipping & Handling
for shipment to United States.

Still 10+ in stock

Ships immediately
Delivery time to United States 10-15 days
**

  • Description
  • Fact Sheet
  • Ratings (3)

Description of Magura MDR-P - 6-Bolt Disc Brake Rotor - 180mm

The Magura MDR-P is due to the special, patented gearing of the outer and inner ring (Dovetail Interlink technology). It offers a constant braking performance even under high continuous loads. In addition, it is particularly heat-resistant and stable. It is compatible with the entire MT family.

WARNING: Do not use with Centerlock adapter!

Included in delivery: 1 brake disc rotor, 6 bolts


  • Description
  • Fact Sheet
  • Ratings (3)

Fact Sheet of Magura MDR-P - 6-Bolt Disc Brake Rotor - 180mm

Product Name: Magura MDR-P - 6-Bolt Disc Brake Rotor - 180mm
Manufacturer: Magura
Item Code: MAG501394
activity: Bike
material: Steel
usage bikesport: E-Bike, MTB
rotor: 6-hole (two-piece)
Model year: 2021
Manufacturer page: http://www.magura.de/
  • Description
  • Fact Sheet
  • Ratings (3)

Average:

(3 Ratings)
Rate this product
Customer Reviews
Hervorragend
Am eBike die vorhandene 180mm MDR-C gegen eine 203mm MDR-P getauscht (neben Umstieg von Comfort auf Performance-Belägen).
Die Bremsleistung ist merkbar signifikant höher, auch unter nassen Bedingungen.
Sehr schöner Nebeneffekt: Das vorherige Quietschen ist annähernd weg. Diese Bremsscheibe klingt "dumpfer" (= besser). Kann jed. auch an der Kombi Belag + Scheibe (s.o.) liegen.
Im Schwarzwald auch auf längeren Abstiegen immer top Bremsleistung.
Terrible
I used the 180mm and 203mm variants for more than a year now, in combination with Mt7 Raceline and can only praise this combo.
However, I have ordered a pair of 220mm and, after a ride less than 20km noticed that the front disc has a big issue: The exterior "rotor" of the disc, when the brake is engaged, moves independently from the interior black "rotor". The movement is of only a few mm, most likely because the U shaped slots don't permit more linear front-back movement, and the issue looks to be the "lose" rivets that keep the two rotors together. I stopped riding my bike fearing that the disc could come apart.
@bike24.com is there something you can do here or should I take this up with magura themselves?

Bike24: We apologize for the inconvenience caused by the product. If it was purchased at Bike24, please contact us at [email protected] The Bike24 service team is your partner on the way to a satisfying solution.
Excellent
no comment
  • Page:
  • 1