Modolo Supertitanium SLK 90
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Category:  Brakes
Name:  Modolo Supertitanium SLK 90
Brand:  Modolo
Model:  SLK 90 (Supertitanium)
Years:  Mid 1980's - Early 1990's
Country:  Italy
Added By: ccmoss on 10/07/07
Updated By: JFischer on 11/14/10
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Modolo Supertitanium SLK 90Modolo Supertitanium SLK 90Modolo Supertitanium SLK 90
Design Category Single PivotCable Adjuster
Quick Release Yes, at cable stopAttachment Bolt TypeRecessed Allen Key
Cable Attachment Bolt5mm Allen KeyFront of Arm MarkingsSupertitanium SLK 90 MODOLO
Back of Arm MarkingsReach CategoryShort reach
Min ReachMax Reach
General Information
Levers could be aero or non-aero with dual cable routing and plugs for the cable hole in the hoods.
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Variations of Component exist (Component is 1 of 2)BrandGroup
Modolo Master SLK 90Modolo
Brand Information(click to expand)
Business starts in 1952 by Adamo Modolo in Santa Lucia di Piave, Italy with the production of steel brake levers. After becoming well known for bicycle brakes and brake levers their focus in the 1990s switched over to bars and stems and later again to wheel sets. Modolo's philosophy is to combine italian flair with innovative development in bicycle components.
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