Needed a new rotor. Found this on sale. Looks great, a little heavier than OEM. Performs just as well as others I've tried.
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Happy with this rotor, no complaints.
Didnt want to spend a fortune. So I picked the Driven Rotor. I have a few rides on it and seems to have a good feel and great stopping power. Only time will tell about wear.
Haven't put it on yet but it looks good.
Fast shipping and great customer service
Didn't realize how well the new brakes were needed really happy with the driven rear rotor
Definitely a great value! Installed on an 03 KX250 with some fresh brake pads, feels just as good or better than OEM.
I've had the rotor on a 15 yz450f for a couple weeks now and seems to b good. It's noticeably heavier than the stocker when your holding them but I did not notice a performance difference I am a A level woods rider and b level moto guy
Ordered this to put on my spare rims and the fit was good and works great.
Great choice for a replacement. First use was a 2 hour hare scramble and it performed with out a flaw
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Question asked by Cody
Question:Q: What is the mm of this rotor?Question asked 1 month 17 days ago
Question answered by MichaelUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 month 17 days agoAnswer: A: It will be the same as your OEM specification for your particular bike. Please profile your motorcycle in our website to verify proper fitment.
Question asked by DGBGOSHEN
Question:Q: KTM 2013 200 XC-w FRONT BRAKE ROTOR QUESTIONQuestion asked Over 6 years agoDoes this rotor have a hole for the magnet for the odometer? The XC-w has an odometer and the OEM front brake rotor has a hole for the magnet.
Question answered by MotoSportRyanTUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: Yes, The Driven Blade Brake Rotor would feature the hole for the odometer/speedometer magnet.