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What is the best Rotors for the F4?

Since they do not make the CMC rotors anymore. What is the best rotors for weight reduction along with performance?
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Braking rotors are good. A bit hard to
Find though. I have a braking rear fitted but could never source the fronts when I had money to spend.

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Braking rotors are good. A bit hard to
Find though. I have a braking rear fitted but could never source the fronts when I had money to spend.
Hey Joe
Nice to see you around quite often now mate. Things have moved on a bit - Braking rotors are very common now in 320 or 310 sizes, great price too and great quality.


But not lighter then the Brembo HP set's.
From what I've been told the Brembo T-drive is the lightest but I have not tried them.

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Nice to see you too Dons. Hope the racing is still going well. I just looked on eBay and couldn't find a single set of braking rotors for MV. And I had completely forgotten about the brembo T drive rotors. A bit pricey if I remember though.

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Dons, where can braking rotors be had for a good price?

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Shit Andrew that's easy. The ones that stop the bike the best. Ah hah hah hah hah

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Since they do not make the CMC rotors anymore. What is the best rotors for weight reduction along with performance?
For weight reduction Sicom rotors. Check with alex he can get them. They need to work on style but performance is the best available even better than braketech CMC.
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The Brembo HP seemed to be good enough for FBF and Luca for their ama/fx bikes.
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