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Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby s.t.electricmiles » Tue Apr 26, 2016 10:48 am

https://www.magura.com/en/bike/products ... emein.html

Had a few leftover unused -

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Magura Mt7-e


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Sensor
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203mm rotor


This is the E verision of the MT7 with a 2000mm black hose, it has an electronic sensor for electric bicycles for brake regeneration and other inputs. It will however also work with non electric bicycles. comes Magura with 203mm rotor

MAGURA have come up with a groundbreaking new solution for the MT7e: a mechanical switch located right inside the brake lever. It activates the brake light even before the brakes actually bite, and this will also be useful for power assist systems with a regenerative braking mode, so that it can be engaged as quickly as possible. And should a crash occur, exchanging the unit is much cheaper than with our competitors, because the switch is located within the brake lever housing.”

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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby bootune » Tue Apr 26, 2016 7:54 pm

Very nice, is the sensor removable?
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby Ohbse » Wed Apr 27, 2016 4:52 am

These look very nice.. they do seem quite difficult to find outside of europe and their website is very frustrating to navigate
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby bootune » Wed Apr 27, 2016 3:59 pm

Hello Ohbse, Yeah you're right i've search myself on their site and on google can can't seem to find anything...its giving me an idea to try and make it myself with a hall sensor and a magnet.
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby FL bomber » Tue Jun 07, 2016 10:29 am

280 Is that for a pair front and rear?
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby DanGT86 » Tue Jun 07, 2016 4:06 pm

How slim is the part of the caliper and one pad that go behind the rotor? Trying to figure out if it will fit between a rotor and side cover of a hub motor. Basically asking for the measurement shown here in red. Thanks.
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby liamcaff » Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:51 pm

I can't find anything on a Magura MT-7 E.... but there's a Magura MT-5 E...

http://www.magura.com/en/components/bik ... ge/?p=2594
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby ralf » Fri Feb 17, 2017 11:43 am

it is very difficult to find the magura mt 7 e. I contacted the manufacturer in Germany. there are actually two versions of the mt 7 e. the difference is the integrated switch. one version is equipped with an opener switch, the other with an closer. available as special order only for 115 euro.
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby exe » Sat Feb 18, 2017 2:01 am

ralf wrote:it is very difficult to find the magura mt 7 e. I contacted the manufacturer in Germany. there are actually two versions of the mt 7 e. the difference is the integrated switch. one version is equipped with an opener switch, the other with an closer. available as special order only for 115 euro.


115 Euro for the lever or the entire brake? The MT7 itself without the "e" cost more than that, it is listed on Magura.com at 219.90 Euro.
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby vex_zg » Wed Jul 19, 2017 2:17 pm

DanGT86 wrote:How slim is the part of the caliper and one pad that go behind the rotor? Trying to figure out if it will fit between a rotor and side cover of a hub motor. Basically asking for the measurement shown here in red. Thanks.
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FYI I have re-asked this question

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=89592
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby vex_zg » Thu Jul 20, 2017 3:00 am

ralf wrote:it is very difficult to find the magura mt 7 e. I contacted the manufacturer in Germany. there are actually two versions of the mt 7 e. the difference is the integrated switch. one version is equipped with an opener switch, the other with an closer. available as special order only for 115 euro.


ralf, do you have a contact name or channel in Magura regarding MT7E ? I tried contacting them but their customer service is now denying the existence of MT7E. Perhaps not all customer agents are up to date.
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby vex_zg » Thu Jul 20, 2017 9:48 am

vex_zg wrote:
ralf wrote:it is very difficult to find the magura mt 7 e. I contacted the manufacturer in Germany. there are actually two versions of the mt 7 e. the difference is the integrated switch. one version is equipped with an opener switch, the other with an closer. available as special order only for 115 euro.


ralf, do you have a contact name or channel in Magura regarding MT7E ? I tried contacting them but their customer service is now denying the existence of MT7E. Perhaps not all customer agents are up to date.


update: customer support from Magura claims MT7 should work with MT5E lever. I will investigate this further. I can't find this lever for purchasing anywhere but it still would cost at least $50 which makes MT7E a bit too much if one has to purchase the lever separately.
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby chucho » Fri Jul 21, 2017 6:42 pm

I was in magura stand on the Taipei International Cycle Show this year and asked if they would be doing a MT-7 E version. And they told me that was not on their plans for the close future.
So this is a bit strange. :?
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Re: Magura MT-7 E (w/ brake regeneration output)

Postby vex_zg » Sat Jul 22, 2017 2:53 am

chucho wrote:I was in magura stand on the Taipei International Cycle Show this year and asked if they would be doing a MT-7 E version. And they told me that was not on their plans for the close future.
So this is a bit strange. :?


Well on the picture in the first post of this thread the MT7E lever does in fact look like MT5E lever. So it's little effort for Magura to make MT7E, just some logistics.

Anyway since I could not find MT5E lever at reasonable cost (I found some for half of the cost of entire MT5E), I ordered both MT7 and MT5E. To see if it is possible to change levers. I also have the issue of unknown MT7/MT5 caliper dimension (there is an issue with hub motor-caliper clearance).

Also for the record MT4E and MT5E should have the same lever, but MT4E lever I also could not find anywhere, and MT4E is stated as not available for retail, only OEMs.
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