EBC Brake Rotor - Rear

$88.99 - $111.99
$70.99 - $89.99
4.50 out of 5 stars
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EBC Brake Rotor - Rear
EBC Brake Rotor - Rear
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EBC is a world leader in motorcycle braking components because of their outstanding performance and durability, and this rear brake rotor is an incredible addition to their already great legacy.

  • Constructed from a high-quality carbon-hardened steel, the EBC rear rotor delivers incredible strength and durability.
  • EBC designed the rear rotor to eliminate rotor and brake pad scoring, giving it both great stopping power and consistent feel.
  • A gold zinc-anodized finish gives the EBC rear rotor a trick looks, as well as making it corrosion resistant for extra long wear life.
  • With a design that disperses heat better than stock and improved self-cleaning capabilities, the EBC rear rotor extends the wear life of your motorcycle's brake pads and rotors significantly.
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Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Verified Purchaser
EBC quality with poor stock look.

Nothing special with this rotor. Looks ugly, not pattern pictured, but works well. Doesn't dress up the quad like I had hoped.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Top 1000 Contributor
Good rotor

bought one for my 98 cr250 and it works great. its a little pricey but its worth it, its really durable to,before i put my guard on i bashed it off a rock or two and it held up to it

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: South Point, Ohio
Little wear

Rotor seems strong and along with EBC mx-s pads it has shown little wear in 2 years of trail riding.

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CR250RRider Over 5 years ago Location: ky
can my stock rotor be turned?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago Location: USA
I've never heard about being able to turn a rotor on a mx bike. I don't believe you can or would want to. These rotors are already thin and any additional removal of material would jeopardize the integrity of the rotor.
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