I understand the basics of hydraulic disc brakes, but I don't understand how the amount if power and modulation varies so much between brakes that are fundamentally similar.
These are the factors I can think of: rotor size, number of pistons, consistent and air free fluid, heat dissipation... And not much else.
Approximately how much more braking power would a 160mm rotor have over 140? Or 180 over 160? 20% possibly?
I'm thinking about all of this because my Juicy 7's just don't seem to have enough power and I can't think why.
Thanks
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