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2010 Suzuki RMZ250

Driven Oversize Floating Front Brake Rotor

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Driven Oversize Floating Front Brake Rotor

Product Description

  • Driven Oversize Floating Brake Rotor offers outstanding performance and stopping power to your motorcycles braking system.
  • Driven Oversize Floating Front Brake Rotor is a 270mm full floating rotor for maximum performance and stopping power.
  • Driven uses a high carbon steel construction for maximum durability.
  • Driven Oversize Floating Front Brake Rotor includes a billet caliper bracket for proper relocation and easy installation.
  • Driven Oversize Floating Front Brake Rotor offers maximum clearance and incredible stopping power.
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Verified Purchaser
Aftermartket brakes

broke my old disc and mount and this fit my needs well, certainly better than stock but not as touchy as i expected and have felt in other bikes with aftermarket brakes. my old brake never locked up my front tire and this one just barely does it. works perfect for me in the woods when racing down hills i dont have to worry about locking up the tire. i race woods, id say good product

Ease of Installation
Verified Purchaser
Location: Western PA, USA
Over sized rotors

This oversize rotor kit went on with out a problem at all. I use the bike for motocross and its been on the frt for about 3 months. I have had no problems with it at all and it works well better stopping power than stock.

Ease of Installation
Verified Purchaser
Location: Kelso, WA
You Must

Love how fast the 2012 kx250f is, can't believe how lousy the front brakes are. A drum brake from a 1982 XR 200 would have worked better. So you have to spend some bucks to stop the thing and this product is a great choice. Crushes the stock front brake and is cheaper than other options. It felt worked in after a few motos and haven't had any problems after about 20 hours. Rock and Roll.

Ease of Installation
Verified Purchaser
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Excellent Product

I just added a new oversized front brake to my DRZ-S. Have always thought the stock front brake was pretty weak. The hardware provided is "top shelf". Excellent machining. It is an improvement. Nothing earth shattering, but better. I did put some new EBC pads on at the same time. Bedded them in easy before doing my first stoppie !!!! Much better brake feel now. It certainly increased the bling points of the bike. Good looking addition. Overall this is a good upgrade, especially at the price offered.

Nice modification
Verified Purchaser
Location: Fresno, CA
Excellent Brake Package

I decided to purchase this after pricing all of the alternative $300.00 plus kits available and reading the previous reviews. What a great move it was with the quality being very good. It may be a bit heavier than some of the others but I wouldn't know the difference when riding. The braking feel and power is significantly better than stock and I wouldnt know what to do with more stoppinrg power. It took a ride or two to break in the new pads and get used to it but I am very pleased with this product. Save your money and buy this one.

Top 100 Contributor
Location: Palm Desert, CA

Installed on a 2012 RMZ450. Excellent, strong, good build quality. I have owned all the expensive oversize kits and will never buy them again. I think about all the money I saved every time I squeeze the brakes....

Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Ohio
Driven Rotor

I only have about 4 rides with the rotor, but so far I'm pleased with the performance. Pretty good stopping power overall.

Driven Oversize Floating Front Brake Rotor
Great Stuff

Great stopping power. Big bang for your buck

Location: Discovery Bay, CA.
Great rotor

Can't beat the price or the product

Driven Oversize Floating Front Brake Rotor
Location: Binghamton
Oversized rotor

Happy with quality and performance.

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David Location: Colorado
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David 1 month 18 days ago Location: Colorado
Oversize rotor kit for 2003 CR 250?
Can you tell me what changed on the CR front brakes from 03 to 04 that makes this kit not work on the 03. Thanks for your help
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 month 9 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The entire brake caliper is different on the 2003 and 2004 Honda CR250R. Unfortunately, The bracket that spaces the caliper out to fit the oversized rotor does not fit the 2003 Honda CR250R front brake caliper.
Swindler 1 month 23 days ago Location: San jose
Are there any additional parts needed to bolt on the Driven Oversize Floating Front Brake Rotor?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 month 23 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
No. You would not need anything else to install this. It includes the caliper spacer bracket and bolt directly up to your bike.
Panther Over 11 months ago Location: California, USA
Is it easy to install the bracket on an 06 Honda CR250 2 stroke?
Also, will the stock pads work with this set up, and will there be any other parts needed?
MotoSport Staff
Over 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, installation is fairly straight forward and pretty simple to install onto the bike. Basically, the rotor comes with a relocation bracket to move the caliper out far enough to clear the clear. Stock brake pads will work great and you don't need any other hardware.
TJ755 Over 4 years ago
What is the Diameter and thickness?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
diameter = 270mm thickness = 3mm
motohead43 Over 5 years ago
How do you install the bracket?
How do you install the bracket. I don't know if possibly I got sent the wrong bracket but it just does not line up to the caliper.
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago
If you have a Honda, it can be confusing. but since I don't know what kind of bike your mounting this on, I don't know.
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