The PR 1400 DICUT OXiC, available in 21 mm rim heights, represents the pinnacle of achievement among the aluminum road wheels made by DT Swiss! The OXiC ceramic coating on the wheel provides braking performance that has never been seen on rim brakes before. The sturdy, lightweight, asymmetrical rim has an excellent stiffness-to-weight ratio and its stability makes a decisive contribution to the wheel durability and reliability.
In a tubeless setup, this wheel demonstrates its athletic character with even greater comfort and grip. The wheel is extremely competitive, practical and in absolute harmony with the minimalist design.
Product features – PR 1400 DICUT OXIC 21
- Use: Road / Performance
- Model: PR 1400
- Wheel size: 28″
- Rim diameter: 622mm (700c)
- Rim type: Clincher
- Tubeless ready: Yes
- Outer width: 21.5 mm
- Inner width: 18 mm
- Rim Height: 21 mm
- Holes/Spokes: 20
- Lacing: radial (1:1)
- Hub Type: 240
- Valve hole: Presta / SV Ø 6.5 mm
- Brake system: Rim brake
- Hub Axle System: 5 x 100mm
- Spokes: DT aero comp® wide straightpull
- Nipples: DT ProLock Squorx ProHead alu
- Max recommended system weight: 120 kg (body weight + bike + equipment)
- ASTM Classification: 1
- Rim: Aluminum
- Hub: Aluminum
- Spoke: Stainless steel
- Nipple: Aluminum
- 640 g (manufacturer information)
Scope of delivery
- PR 1400 Dicut Oxic Clincher Frontwheel
- Tubeless ready tape
- Quick release
- OXiC Brake pads
Note: DT Swiss exclusively approved the SwissStop Flash Pro Model / BXP brake pads for the Oxic wheels!
OXIC – wear resistant brake surface
OXiC is a process in which a ceramic coating is electrochemically applied to the rim surface, making it extremely hard and wear resistant. The OXiC process achieves a high end looking, matte black finish which also guarantees the highest level of brake performance while reducing wear on the rim to the absolute minimum.
The ceramic layer is achieved similarly to anodizing, by submerging the rim in an electrolyte solution while applying an electrical tension between the rim as one electrode and the container as the other. The decisive difference between anodizing and OXiC lies in the millions of plasma discharges that occur between the electrolyte and the rim, applying high temperature and pressure on the developing oxide layer. Due to that, the developing oxide layer melts, flows and solidifies again. During this process the amorphous (not aligned) structure of the oxide converts to a crystalline (aligned) one. This is why OXiC is so hard and wear resistant.
The RRC DICUT® wheel line up is a perfect blend of aerodynamics, technology and design. Their aggressive optics push the rider on the climbs. DICUT® hubs with their fine tuned flange geometry and straight pull spokes provide the stiffness needed. High modulus braking surfaces bonded with a heat resistant resin easily handle all descents. Dedicated carbon layers improve heat dissipation from the braking surface into the whole rim. Finally, on the last miles to the finish line, the aerodynamically refined rim profile and eleven speed compatibility help to cut through the wind with just the right gear and minimal drag. New for 2015 is the disc wheel RRC 2.0 Disc DICUT® T and the R 20 DICUT®, a lightweight allround aluminium wheel.
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