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SRAMG2 RSC Disc Brake


Item # SRM00G8

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  • Diffusion Black, Anodized, Front 950MM ($184.00)
  • Diffusion Black, Anodized, Rear 2000MM ($184.00)
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Item # SRM00G8

Why We Like The G2 RSC Disc Brake

Perhaps no other component plays as important of a role in downhill confidence than your brakes. The all-new G2 RSC Disc Brake from SRAM offers damn near the same outright stopping power as its World Cup DH winning Code with the weight savings and modulation that a trail or enduro pilot can appreciate. The G2's are basically the second coming of the Guides and share similar technology like a 4-piston caliper, contact point adjustment, power reserve geometry, S4 caliper, and SwingLink lever cam. What SRAM scrutinized and imparted on the new G2 design was better modulation, new pad compounds, increased heat management, and more even pad advancement.

The G2 levers continue with the Guide's much-lauded SwingLink lever design. SwingLink utilizes a cam that requires less lever travel and force to produce proportional amounts of pressure and it minimizes the dead spot of lever travel. It pairs with the refined timing port closure system so you get ideal modulation throughout the lever throw. Once the lever is squeezed, a cup seal passes over and closes a port, pressurizing the system and advancing the pistons, and thus the pads, towards the rotor. The G2's Contact Point Adjustment feature is found just behind the lever's attachment to the master cylinder, making it a tool-free affair to dial in the brake's feel, and completely separate from the reach adjustment.

The levers and master cylinder push DOT fluid down to the forged, 4-piston S4 caliper featuring a stiffer design. The S4 caliper design uses four phenolic plastic pistons for consistent rollback and better heat insulation. You'll also enjoy the ease of pad removal via the top-loading design. Speaking of pads, the G2's use new pad compounds that offer more bite. Aftermarket pads are available in metallic for aggressive, high-wear conditions, or two versions of organic, quiet, or power, depending on your needs and environment.

  • Powerful braking in a lightweight package for trail and enduro riders
  • Stiffer, 4-piston S4 caliper adds impressive stopping power
  • SwingLink lever cam and cup-seal timing port improve modulation
  • Aluminum lever blade and stainless steel hardware saves cash and boosts durability
  • 4 phenolic plastic pistons manage heat and reduce friction
  • Bleeding Edge port provides easier, cleaner, and more reliable bleeding
  • Matchmaker X-compatible cleans up your cockpit

Tech Specs
Lever Adjustabilityreach, contact
Mount Typepost
FluidDOT 5.1
Rotornot included
Activitytrail, enduro
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Actual Weight

Diffusion Black, Anodized, Front 950MM
Diffusion Black, Anodized, Rear 2000MM

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[front] 9.3oz (264g) [rear] 11.1oz
264g) [rear] 11.1oz (314g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 1


I've put it through the wringer
True to size

They started out ok but after 6 months they have very little stopping power stopping power; cannot lock up the wheels even with bleeding, new rotors and pads. Terrible.

>Rating: 5

Excellent brake for trail riding

I've put it through the wringer

Upgraded from a dual piston to this four piston on a 2019 Tallboy and now it's near perfect for my riding style. I am 6'4" 200 lbs and just needed a little more braking power and found it. Installation was very simple and didn't require bleeding. I put about 20 rides on the brakes before bleeding and only got a couple small bubbles, no more than I get every 6 months or so with normal use with any brake. I did have to bend out the brake pad springs, as they were making a funny noise but after that no issues. Love the new brakes.

Would these brakes be any good for enduro riding

This is a stupid question but it comes with both the front and rear brakes right? Some of the sellers I’ve seen who sell them new out of the box sometimes only sell one or the other.

@curtis these are sold independently. All sram and shimano higher end brakes are sold like this new in box. You have to buy the front and back separately.


I have a 2014 Santa Cruz 5010. Do I need to get a brake mount.