Magura MT7 with HC3 Lever Left / Right

Original price was: $329.00.Current price is: $263.20.

The most popular Magura brake, the MT7 with the most adjustable 1 finger lever. What’s not to love? The Magura MT7 with HC3 lever provides reach and leverage point adjustment giving riders more control of their brake setup being able to increase or decrease modulation with the changing leverage point. The Magura MT7 has unbeatable power and modulation for an excellent, balanced feel on trail. Flip-Flop design allows Magura Brakes to be installed as front or rear, left or right with the same part number.

Magura MT7 with HC3 Lever

Manufacturer Part Number: 2702285
UPC: 4055184028544

In-Stock: updated 04/19/24. Ships same or next business day!

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Magura MT7 with HC3 Technical Details

Applications Gravity

Weight 255 g

Material Master Carbotecture SL

Material Lever Blade Aluminium

Material Caliper Aluminium

Hydraulic Yes

Brake medium Royal Blood


BAT/TPA Yes – tool-less

Banjo Fitting Yes

2-Piston No

4-Piston Yes

Reach Adjust Yes – tool-less

Flip-Flop Yes

Shift Mix Yes

Remote Mix Yes

Recommended Rotor Storm HC

Lever Blade Multiple Adjustment 1 finger HC3 lever

Tubing MAGURA disc tube

eBike Switch No

Mounting PM/IS

Magura Brakes are “Flip-Flop” design, with long lines allowing them to be utilized as front or rear brakes on either the left or right side of your handlebars.

Simply add 2 of this part to your cart for a front and rear set of Magura MT7 HC3 brakes.

Magura MT7 with HC3 Lever Disc Brake

Magura offers the MT7 with a factory upgrade to the HC3 lever. The Magura MT7 with HC3 Lever provides riders with Magura’s top of the line 4 piston brake and most adjustable lever with adjustable reach and leverage ratio.

The additional braking power of 4 pistons adapted from MAGURA’s motor sport experience gives you the fine control and maximum stability you need on tough Enduro and downhill runs.

Braking power doesn’t need to be heavy. The overall weight is reduced by a Carbotecture SL brake handle bracket and an aluminum lever. These 4-piston brakes stand out thanks to high heat stability achieved through optimized weight distribution. Optimum use of materials exactly where needed.

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Here’s a quick go through on installing or trimming your MTB brake lines.

As always the disclaimer! If you have ANY doubts about your mechanical abilities, or about the results before you ride the bike contact a professional… This is really easy when it’s easy – but – you don’t want to be a hero with brakes when your, and frankly other trail users, safety is on the line.

Quick highlights of the video:

If you’re re-routing an internal brake line use a bent cable inserted in the brake hose. Insert the cable in the hose and PULL the hose out slowly through the bike. Insert the new brake hose on the bent cable and slowly PUSH the brake hose through the bike using the cable as a guide.

Use sharp cutters.

Make sure you have all the bits you’ll need including a new olive and barb. Ensure you have all of the parts on the line, in order, before you compress the fittings! (I’ve forgotten the cap, or put the cap on backwards once or twice over the years and if you compress the fittings, well, you’ll need more fittings)

Carefully tighten the assembly without over-tightening and damaging the brake lever. Bleed the brake as appropriate (bleed videos are available at in our Tips & Tricks or Home Mechanic content sections)

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