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Replacement front brake rotors for 990r

Firstly sorry - think i setup the other post in the wrong thread, so please delete if you feel the need.

Hey all, so bugger it - but one (or both) of my front disks is slightly warped sending a no-so-lovely pulsing sensation when (you guessed it) braking.

I've priced up OEM replacement and I'm looking at approx NZ$1100 for both.

Any other ideas or suggestions are very welcome... surely there is some good aftermarket options?

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There are lots of options out there Simon, forum sponsors had them for sale at crazy low prices from Braking etc... but there is fewer options out the these day, just remember your's are the 310mm rotors and I imagine that the 910S and F4 750/1000S models would be the same, but make sure as you know.
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Are you sure they are actually warped Simon ?

Have you concluded this solely because of the pulsing or have you measured the run out ?

I bought some rotors off a guy who said they were pulsing but seemed straight.

I cleaned them thoroughly and fitted them and they are perfect and don't pulse.

Mights be worth servicing the calipers and pads and cleaning the rotors.

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Check the caliper bolts both for torque and for runout. I've had one that ran out in 3 planes (spun in a lathe). stick them in a drill will do. Loosen the caliper bolts, hold the brake lever and nip the bolts up, then torque to spec. Check your pads for uneven wear too.

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Simon, I agree with others on here about a thorough cleaning. Pay attention to the carrier buttons as they get dirty, the disc will not free float and will exhibit pulsing.

If you get in a real bind, I have a set of lightly used rotors off a 2002 750S F4 that I will sell to you for much less than $1100.

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Thanks guys. I'll pull the brakes & rotors off and give them a good clean etc.

Deano- sorry what do you mean by runout?


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Ok... taken the rotors off. I'm guessing give these a bloody good spray with brake clean and a scrub etc. spray out with compressed air? I note one of them seems 'tight' compared to the other.

In terms of the calipers - same thing? Any good suggestions beyond above?

See below for the pads, would be great to see if anyone else thinks these are ok. There are some big chunks out of them in places...






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Those pads look ok to me.

I don't think the calipers are the problem. Give them a good external shot of brake cleaner, a scrub with a soft brush, an external flush with brake cleaner again, let dry. Push the pistons in to check for free movement (keep an eye on the reservoir as that's where the fluid will go.). Put in the pads and remount.

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