Shimano XT M8000 Front And Rear Disc Brake Set
Shimano XT M8000 Front And Rear Disc Brake Set
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Powerful XT hydraulic Servo Wave front and rear disc brake set.

XT hydraulic Servo Wave front and rear disc brake set. The fully bled lever and calliper comes without adapters or rotors giving you the freedom to customise to suite your bike

XT M8000 brakes have a short stroke Servo-Wave mechanism for quick pad engagement and more power for aggressive riding. Oversized 22mm twin phenolic pistons are optimized for heat insulation, lightweight and stiffness.

Ice Tech sintered alloy pads improve performance by dispersing heat quicker and a lightweight forged calliper design increases rigidity and reduces weight.

Recommended for use with Ice Tech rotors for optimum braking performance in a choice of 140, 160, 180 and 203 mm


  • Forged alloy brake lever for optimum strength and reliability.
  • Uses non-corrosive mineral oil brake fluid.
  • Shim-less mounting system allows for quick setting up.
  • Brake lever reach and free stroke adjustment.
  • Hinged clamp for quick installation
  • I-spec-II compatible
  • Sintered Brake pads (Non Finned)
  • Hose length 900 mm Front - 1700 mm Rear
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Excellent brakes. Easy to fit, short bedding period, and very powerful
Very nice. Plenty of length on the brake lines. Most people will need to trim them. I would recommend picking up a Shimano bleed kit if you don't have one already.
These are great new brakes. Nice modulation and good slim clamp on the bars. Best price online. Fast shipping for quality new Shimano gear. Thanks.
Incredible stopping performance! Highly recommend it. It needed to be bled and trimmed.
It was like this: I've been riding XTR brakes for years. Bought a new bike where the frame was top but the components were somewhere below SLX. Found those lacking to say the least so I switched to SLX in short order. Nice brakes SLX's but a bit of a lag and the power was not what I was used too. Decided to upgrade to the XT's out of a whim and switched the SLX to an old bike. Went out riding for the first time, what a difference! the lack of power is NOT an issue, I can modulate with ease and they're quiet (to be fair that's a metallic vs resin issue). Where I was really happy with the XTR's, happy with the SLX, I'm back to really happy with these XT's, it's like coming home!