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I just bought this rotor for the rear of my 05 yfz 450 and I love it 10 times better than stock and will surely stop you on a dime
got it a month ago for building up a 2000 rm125 and it works awesome now all i need and new tires and my bike will be a big old $8,000 of parts ive done pretty much everything to the bike.
Really not a whole to say...it’s the rear brake. It’s a great alternative for an OEM rear rotor replacement. Really can’t comment on the longevity as I’ve not had it long enough. However, I can say that paired with EBC double H sintered pads it’s bites surprisingly good for a single caliper rear brake setup.
I would highly recommend to others.
Also, Motorsport is a great company! I’ve had all positive transactions with them and love the fast and/or free shipping. Always my first go to when shopping for the scooters.
I ran this rotor on my CR250 for a long time and now have one on my Husaberg TE300. Just did some super long and gnarly downhills in Idaho and I didn't have a single issue with my rear brake all weekend. Highly recommend!
I put this rotor on my 05 GSXR about two months ago and love it. Received it fast. looks great, and functions great.
Looks great work awesome didn't realize how bad my brakes were
Bought this for my 2013 Suzuki 400 Quad Sport perfect fit and easy to install
Haven't purchased a rear rotor for quite some time, so not a lot to compare to; however, easy install, great fit, and function. Would recommend.
bolted right on. and i can't tell the difference between this and the stock one, accept this one looks a little different.
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Question asked by Travis
Question:Q: What is the out side diameter and inside?Question asked 1 year 6 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 6 months agoAnswer: A: The Driven Sport Series Brake Rotor - Rear are model-specific. When you correctly profile the year, make, and model of your motorcycle, we will send you the brake rotor that has the same dimensions and bolt-pattern as your original rear brake rotor.
Question asked by Henrik
Question:Q: Driven Sport Series Brake Rotor - Rear, dimensions?Question asked 2 years 1 month agoHi, I need a brake disc with the dimensions: Outer Diameter: 195mm (200mm will also work) Hole diameter (4 holes) 85mm Inner Diameter: 68/70mm Thickness: 3-4mm Will Driven Sport Series Brake Rotor - Rear work?
Question answered by MotoexpertUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered 2 years 1 month agoAnswer: A: We only offer specific machine fitment we do not offer items by dimensions.
Question asked by Henrik
Question:Q: Dimension on Driven Sport Series Brake Rotor - RearQuestion asked 2 years 1 month agoHi, I am using an old Brembo brake caliper on a horse carrage and is looking for a brake disc that fits
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 2 years 1 month agoAnswer: A: The dimensions of the rotor will be determined by the fitment of the vehicle chosen for the application.
Question asked by Mihir
Question:Q: Please specify the rotor diameter and thicknessQuestion asked Over 5 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: Just be sure to correctly select the Year/Make/Model of your bike before ordering so we can be sure to send you the correct Driven Sport Series Brake Rotor - Rear for your bike. The rear rotors only come in stock diameter. Driven does not list a thickness on their rotors, but should be close to the OEM specification. Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
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Question:Q: I am looking at this rotor and a tusk rotor, driven is 10 bucks more, is it a better rotor?Question asked Over 6 years agoI
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: The main difference is that the Driven Rotors are made from high Carbon Steel which has hich has 3 times the thermal conductivity of Stainless steel. The High carbon steel cools down much quicker, which means that braking performance will be better as your brakes you will not overheat as easily, and eventually warp if gotten hot enough. The only draw back to high carbon rotors are maintenance related. If the consumer puts away the bike wet and dirty, the rotors can rust. Basically if you take care of your bike and put it away clean, the high carbon steel rotors as re the way to go as they will offer better performance. If you are not very good on the maintenance side, a stainless rotor will not deteriorate from lack of maintenance.