Shimano Dura-Ace BR-9010 Direct Mount Brake Calipers

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Item # SHI0594

A seamless fit with precision braking.

Fit your TT or aero frameset with the most aerodynamic brake in Shimano’s history. The Dura-Ace BR-9010 Direct Mount Brake Calipers features increased power, improved modulation, and hands-down the best direct mount brake caliper out there.

Shimano uses a true dual-pivot design for the BR-9010. The brake arms now reside symmetrically over the wheel, and the integrated rolling cam allows the arms to work independently of the mounting plate. While the cable stop is kept to the side, the new dual-pivot design ensures that any cable pull applies an equal tension to both arms. In addition to this, the arms use a twin bearing system that reduces pivot friction and results in braking that is powerful and predictable.

To increase modulation, Shimano has placed the arms closer to the rims. Shimano has also improved actuation from the levers, making it lighter than ever, and with its low-friction, polymer-coated BC-9000 cables you’re guaranteed unmatched precision. Finally, Shimano will be producing a thinner brake pad option to accommodate up to 28mm tires.

  • Direct mount design
  • True dual-pivot design
  • Arm placement now closer to the rim
  • Low-friction, polymer-coated BC-9000 cables

Tech Specs

Type:
dual pivot
Mount Type:
direct mount
Claimed Weight:
[front] 138 g, [rear] 158 g
Recommended Use:
time trial
Manufacturer Warranty:
3 years

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Unanswered Question

I have a 2010 cannondale cyclocross red that I run with road tires. Will these brakes fit in place of cantis?

Is the BR9010, 6810 and 5810 compatible...

Is the BR9010, 6810 and 5810 compatible with Sram Shifters?

They will work but apparently SRAM/shimano have different pull ratios. Considering SRAM has no direct mount brakes, I used these with no issues. I couldn't tell the difference.

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Avg. ride time: 13h 39m per week
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Will The rear fit on a giant Trinity...

Will The rear fit on a giant Trinity Composite TT bike with 808's or a Zipp disk.. the wheels run 27.5mm wide and current calipers (TRP) have to be wide open and its still iffy and rubs a touch and adjustment is horrible...

Will I be able to use this brake to replace...

Will I be able to use this brake to replace the Bontragers on my 2013 Trek Madone without modification?

Hello Sir, could you replace de bontrager rear brake for madone with the dura ace br9010. I would like to do the same. Thank you very much for your help.

Yes you can use these without modifications. They work better than the stock Madone brakes.

Avg. ride time: 1h 46m per week
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Rear Brake Caliper

Here is the rear brake caliper for Shimano Dura-Ace BR-9010

Rear Brake Caliper

Still trying to figure out how this one compares to the original model in a madone. Can you post a pic of the other sides and a lateral pic, there should be limit screws on the side if I am not wrong.



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