The SRAM Level brake levels the playing field with power and reliability stuffed into a lightweight package. This is no-nonsense performer, but don’t let its understated disposition fool you — Level gives you the art of braking in minimalist form.
||approx. 430 gram (manufacturer information; direct mount, 800 mm hose, 160 mm CL rotor, hardware)
||Centerline; 160, 170, 180, 200 mm (not included)
||Monoblock, 2-piston caliper
SRAMs DirectLink™ lever design takes care for a solid, positive feeling, as soon as the lever gets pulled – a non-compromizing solution for precise controle.
Heat is the enemy of every braking system. A better heat-management gives you a significantly safer ride. SRAM fount out, that DOT 5.1 needs three times longer than DOT 4 to reach its boiling point. This ensures safe and never fading brake power even under extreme conditions.
SRAMs new lever design contains a new bladder, wich regulates and deminishes bubbles. It is shaped to drain air from the lever and transport the fluid exactly to where it is needed. As aresult, an enhanced counter-pressure discharge is reached to grant reliable and constant braking performance.
SRAMs current lever design is directed towards maximum performance and easy handling. The piggy-back design offers an easy and safe solution to control braking fluid and enables mounting on either side. You can swap levers to ride your bike moto-style.
Timing Port Closure
The timing port of a hydraulic brake connects the reservoir with the main actuating cylinder. While pressing the lever, a cup seal passes the segment and locks the bore, which sets the system under pressure. SRAMs new TPC Plus system has resistive seals and an ultrasmooth cylinder surface for reliable and constant braking performance.