I bought both rear and front rotors and they work awesome when riding my dirt bike. OEM size for me and the stopping power is second to none. A little expensive but they are a great product.
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Right out of the package it wasn’t completely true. Not enough to be concerned about but still... other than that I have a few rides on it and zero issues and seems like it should hold up good. I didn’t buy it for the looks but if that’s what you’re all about in my opinion it looks much better in person than in the picture
Good so far. Not enough hours to give 5 stars
If you have an aftermarket hub, double check clearance of mounting bolts with the rear brake caliper bracket. My hub was slightly wider and required me to modify my bracket for the wheel to spin without interference. Check before you mount it and apply pads to it. Other than that it is a fantastic replacement and has lasted awhile so far. Durable and cool looking.
We like Braking rotors because they have that factory works bike look and the performance is phenomenal.
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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Question asked by shafly
Question:Q: What is the diameter of this rotar?Question asked Over 4 years agoLooking for about 220mm
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: We would need to know which model bike you have. Please give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Question asked by ACESJB
Question:Q: Braking w-fix brake rotors, front and rearQuestion asked Over 6 years agoWhy are the ftont and rear rotors a different design
Question answered by MotoSportBrettUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: The front rotor is a more aggressive design than the rear because most of your stopping should be done with the front brake.