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Front discs for f3 800 rc anyone advise on a good brand to replace oem discs

Hi can anyone advise on a replaceable disc for the stock discs on an f3 800 RC as mine are warped cheers
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Try Brake Tech. They are very good. I have the iron rotors on my bike but you can get them in stainless
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Thanks ! Can you tell me what's the difference between the iron and stainless in performance , and how much were they cheers Mark
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The iron rotors provide more feel. You have to change the pads to iron specific pads. Ferodo makes the appropriate pads. Brake Tech is in California
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I have the Brembo T-Drive on my track front wheel, except for the noise they make (floaters) they really are great and won't get warped even after harsh track sessions

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I've been using "BRAKING" rotors for years, in the original and later versions, no problems at all.
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Ive seen the braking discs for sale on eBay, how would you rate them against say brembo discs cheers and a sorry for calling you a knob lol sorry

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Ive seen the braking discs for sale on eBay, how would you rate them against say brembo discs cheers and a sorry for calling you a knob lol sorry
You didn't have to edit your post mate, it's ok, we are all mostly suspicious of parts coming from China at times, specially high performance parts.
The later version braking disc's is a definite improvement over the early version and the OEM disc's in my opinion, and the price compared to T-drives was also part of the decision making process.

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I ran Galfers this last weekend for the first time. They were great!
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Did these used to be called galfer , as someone mentioned galfer to me but I couldn't find any under that name ?
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