Braking W-FIX Brake Rotor - Rear

$98.99 - $169.99
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Braking W-FIX Brake Rotor - Rear
Braking W-FIX Brake Rotor - Rear
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  • Unlock your bike's braking potential with technologically superior Braking® rotors.
  • Braking's top quality racing rotors are specially formulated to provide a high-friction coefficient for all around better performance.
  • Unlike cheaply designed, stamped stock rotors, Braking® rotors are made from a super-tough, high carbon content stainless steel and laser-cut with a CAD-CAM machine.
  • All Braking rotors are sold each.
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Location: Powhatan, VA 23139, USA
Racer297
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We like Braking rotors because they have that factory works bike look and the performance is phenomenal.

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Location: Michigan, USA
DaveH
High quality part with minor fit issues

This rotor replaces my stock wave rear rotor. The finish has excellent cross-hatching and looks great. Run-out is very precise and the braking feel right away is very good with fresh pads. The bolt holes are a little larger than those on the stock rotor, so the rotor doesn't index tightly on the hub. Also the counter-sinks are shallower than on the stock rotor so the bolt heads stick out a little bit more than stock. This is causing slight interference with my Enduro Engineering disc guard carrier. I expect to have a satisfying long service life from this product.

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ACESJB Location: Michigan
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ACESJB 1 year 8 months ago Location: Michigan
Braking w-fix brake rotors, front and rear?
Why are the ftont and rear rotors a different design
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1 year 8 months ago
MotoSportBrett
The front rotor is a more aggressive design than the rear because most of your stopping should be done with the front brake.
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