SRAM RED eTap HRD Shift-Brake Control Flat Mount

SRAM RED eTap HRD Shift-Brake Control Flat Mount
  • Color: Black/Falcon Grey
  • Color: Black/Falcon Grey
$539.00
Color:
Black/Falcon Grey
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Details

Without wires or cables, we were able to design a simpler way to shift. Now, the intuitive simplicity of SRAM RED eTap is available with the added performance of hydraulic road disc brakes (HRD). The SRAM RED eTap HRD shift-brake control offers the world’s first wireless drivetrain with our most advanced HRD platform yet, HydroHC. Simpler shifting, better braking—all in the name of true advancement.

- New HydroHC brake platform offers more control than any other road brake on the market
- Compatible only with SRAM RED eTap derailleurs
- SRAM Road 11-speed crankset, chain, and cassette compatible
- Improved ergonomics including a smaller diameter hood for more finger wrap
- Contact Point Adjustment lets you custom tune when your brakes engage—a first for HRD
- An independent Reach Adjust makes it easy to adjust your brake lever position for maximum one-finger control
- Bleeding Edge technology for quick, hassle-free bleeds
- Class-leading heat management technologies—heat shield, insulated aluminum pistons, and a wider pad pocket—help HydroHC improve on HydroR’s already impressive heat management capabilities
- Responsive lever feel for better control, featuring a light lever stroke with distinct contact point and snappy return
- SRAM eTap shift logic for intuitive and reliable shifting
- Wireless connection via AIREA network for fast and clean installation
- Brake lever material: Carbon
- Shift lever material: Plastic
- Color - Housing/hood: Black/Black
- Color - Caliper: Falcon Grey
- Pad type: Steel-backed organic
- Hose length: Front: 950mm / Rear: 1800mm
- Stealth-a-majig Connected
- Flat Mount rear frame-mounting bolts sold separately

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Black/Falcon Grey / Front / Left 710845790874 00.7018.307.005
Black/Falcon Grey / Rear / Right 710845790867 00.7018.307.004

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