Shimano EBRMT520MPMXL Hydraulic Post-Mount Disc Brake Caliper

Actuation Hydraulic
Brake Fluid Mineral Oil
Mount Type Post-Mount
Position Back, Front
Pistons 4
Compatible Brake Pad Styles Shimano Deore XT/Saint - #50
Resin Pads Only No
Brand Shimano
Model Number EBRMT520MPMXL
UPC 689228879430
Color Black
Weight 245 grams
Intended Use

Click to see all known products that are interchangeable with this product. For disc brake calipers we use pad's mount type, actuation, and brake fluid type (if hydraulic) to narrow the selection to interchangeable parts. Other factors like weight, brand, and price are not relevant to compatibility. This is designed to help you quickly find replacement parts that will fit.

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The Shimano BR-MT520 disc brake caliper is designed for use on both the front and rear of the bicycle. It features a powerful 4-piston design, with dual diameter pistons providing a larger contact area for the brake pads. This results in responsive braking power and enhanced control, making it particularly suitable for the high demands of e-bike riding, as well as mountain biking.

The master cylinder of this caliper is engineered for a sleek appearance and lasting durability. Metal brake pads are included, known for their longevity and excellent performance in wet and high-wear conditions, although they can be noisier than their resin counterparts.

As a post mount caliper, it attaches to the frame or fork at the mounting posts, which is a common fitment standard offering straightforward installation.

The caliper is designed to work with hydraulic brake lever systems and uses mineral oil as its hydraulic fluid. This type of fluid is preferred for its stable performance over time and its non-corrosive properties.

Please note that while this brake caliper is e-bike certified, indicating its suitability for the higher speeds and weights associated with e-bikes, the rotor is not included and should be chosen to match the specific needs of the rider and the bicycle.

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