I have a 200 no my wagon wheel and a 180 on my non-wagon wheel. PARS = proportionally appropriate rotor sizingI’ve currently got one wagon wheel. Does that count?
I’m struggling to make sense of this....I know 26-27.5 is less change than 27.5-29, but I feel no difference in braking whatsoever with the same rotors on different wheel sizes.Jokes aside, 180mm rear rotor on a 27.5" rear feels about the same as a 200mm rotor on a 29er in my experience.
FIFY.Another case of not having enough mass to notice.
I ran 180mm rotors on everything for years and saw no reason to go bigger. Then tried a 203mm on the front of a some 2 pot Shimano 9020s to try and up the stopping power a bit and was amazed at the difference. Sea of 203mm on almost everything now.Jokes aside, 180mm rear rotor on a 27.5" rear feels about the same as a 200mm rotor on a 29er in my experience.
Pffft! 255 is where it’s at.220mm rotors pffft whatever!
Call me when they are available in oil slick.