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Braketech Rotors for 910R - any experience??

Hi Guys.

I have seen the Braketech Axis rotors in black - looks pretty cool

Any tips or comments to share before I buy??

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-25-2011, 02:06 PM
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do you mean the ceramic ones??
I dont have them, but I am curious also.
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Both actually - but think the iron ones are the better choice for fast street riding - or??

Has anyone tried
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I use their ductile iron ones...

Iv got them on my f4, outstanding!!!

They weigh about a third less than the factory ones and stand the bike in
It's nose.

Follow their advice on which pads to fit, dont fit your regular pads as they are too abrasive/wearing on the iron.

I use track day Ferodo pads as per their recommendation. When I was bedding them in they were as strong as my sintered carbon lorraines on standard disks.

Now they are bedded in!!!!! Outstanding

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I give a thumbs up for the iron rotors as well!! The pads i run are XRAC. They are 1000 times better than the stock ones, and i love them for the track.

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Couldn't agree more...

The hotter they get the better they bite too

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Make sure you get the right size, I ordered for F4 1000R and were sent a 310mm disc set, the 910R also use 320mm I believe.

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braketech rotors

I just installed a set of the 320mm BrakeTech stainless steel 320mm rotors on my 2007 Brutale 910r with Ferodo sintered road HH pads. Quick bed in and so far, they feel great. Excellent feel and modulation and they look great! Plus they are true full floaters. Fast delivery and great service from Jeff at BrakeTech. Mort
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Thanks for great input

I think I will go for the iron version...
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Can't fault my iron ones, you shouldn't be disappointed

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