Hope Stealth Race E4 Evo No Rotor Disc Brake
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Powerful and lightweight. The Hope Stealth Race E4 Evo is a hydraulic brake system that shaves off the grams without shedding any power. Ideal for enduro racing and aggressive trail riding where every gram matters.
The Race Evo lever takes lightweight performance to the next level with titanium bolts as standard. Beautifully crafted, you get the great Hope lever feel in a much lighter-weight package.
Machined from a single block of T6 aluminium, the one piece E4 caliper offers excellent rigidity for powerful and consistent stopping control. The E4 is a four pot caliper, with two pairs of pistons, offering improved modulation as well as increased power. The phenolic pistons are less effected by heat than metal pistons, so you get more consistent performance on long descents.
Get ready to race with the Hope Stealth Race E4 Evo hydraulic disc brakes.
- A mix of ten titanium and two aluminium bolts helps keep the brake weight light
- Rigid CNC'd one piece caliper for consistent stopping power
- E4 caliper has 4x16mm phenolic pistons to give more usable power
- Super lightweight lever design
- Split clamp on lever for easy fitting
- Lightweight at only 227g
Race Evo E4 Tech Specs:
- Race Evo E4 takes the performance of the solid all-rounder E4 caliper and sheds a few more precision grams without compromising power and modulation
- Lightweight alloy Race Evo lever with titanium bolts as standard
- Uses post mount, 9.74 caliper with all brake mount options
- Caliper and lever machined using 2014 T6 aluminium alloy
- Wide angle hose connector mount
- Top entry pad fitting
- Direct shifter mounts available
- Lightweight black hose
- Weight from: 227g
Note: The levers are available in both left and right-hand versions for both front and rear brake. UK convention is for the front brake lever on the right-hand side and the rear on the left.