Holy overkill batman, I have my regular Stroker trails dual piston setup, and Damn they stop with some power. They already have excelent power and Modulation, with no need for more than One finger braking, two finger braking will get you into trouble. I can only imagine the stroker technology in a four piston setup.
Maybe it is impressive for hayes. It seems like when any of the brake companies do something that's been the norm for years with the other companies everyone thinks that they somehow re-invented the wheel. The formula "The One" is another good example, or maguras "floating" rotors.
I will be getting my set soon. I have been running Codes on my Socom all season and have had a serious "harmonic" shaking of the rear triangle. According to a source at Avid, they have had a few issues with Codes on both the Socom and a few V-10's as well. I love the power of the Codes, and hope to God these solve the issue with the rear braking.
both were mounted securely. I've set up a disc brake once or twice in my time, everything was torqued correctly, greased or loctited where it should be, cleaned and recleaned, and well aligned. I agree with the last part, but I did, and they were, which is part of why I am now running strokers, and not codes
Like syadasti said, bike disc brakes aren't anything without precedent in terms of basic design. The Ones are damn nice brakes, but are hardly any sort of earth shattering design. Not a single significant feature on them that hasn't been done before on a bike brake.