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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-05-2009, 04:33 AM Thread Starter
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Wavy discs on a 2007+ MV with Radials

Is there any difference to the discs on a pre-2006 MV 1000 without the Radial calipers to the 2007+ 1000 with radial Calipers..??

As most suppliers of wavy discs list upto 2006 and not beyond......


I think the 750 had a diff diameter ie. 310mm against the 320mm diameter of the 1000, but i didnt think there was any diff between the non-radial and radial sizes unless the carrier has a diff offset etc..


Anybody have any ideas/thoughts ???

Even the dreaded emoto only lists the f4 1000 S/Bip/AGO models....!!??!?!

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They altered the pattern of the disc carrier for 2006 with Brembo wheels and earlier on they altered the disc thickness I think, this was recognisable by a groove around the outer edge, Ade has fitted Brembo wheels to his 1000S, maybe he would know?

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The radial caliper is not important here. I think that if you find a 320m mm wave disc you will fit it without any problems.
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The radial caliper is not important here. I think that if you find a 320m mm wave disc you will fit it without any problems.
yep that what i'm after now.. i just measured me discs on me track wheels and they are 310mm .. so i just did a 3 day trackday @ portamao park algar with to small discs.. !! i wondered why the brake lever kept coming back to the bar ..!!!!
And i kept missing braking markers !!!, so the old discs are going in the bin.. as 1 is warped like a tea cup saucer !!!

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