Why hasnt Sram put juicy three's on its web site .
What are their specifications ? On my observations they use the same M.C. as the Five's .But their caliper is unique .
I have put them on my stinky and use them with Hayes 8" rotors for DH /FR .Today i tested them on the course .Although their not designed for DH but modulation is far more than my F*** face hayes nines .
What do you think?
Juicy 3 are OEM only..I suppose that's why they don't appear on the site (though the manuals should cover them)
Thats one of the things i wanted to ask
what do these stand for
MSRP & OEM
MSRP = Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price
Originally Posted by SABER_MTB
OEM = Original equipment manufacturer
OEM is stuff made only for specific bike manufacturers. Aftermarket stuff is made for & available to the average joe consumer. There are both OEM and aftermarket versions of the "same" product in a lot of cases.
The big problem with OEM stuff is that aftermarket product/upgrade compatibility may be an issue. Or, at the very least, a PITA trying to figure such things out when in doubt.