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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-27-2018, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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Conformation: F3 rotors standard acroos the board

Needing some new rotors, and wanted to be sure all the F3 675/800 use the same rotor?
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I'm not too sure about this, the 800 F3's share the same disk size (320mm), some of the earlier 675 with the "gold" calipers used 310mm if I'm not mistaken, so you'd need to have some spacers

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I just measured my 675 (with gold Brembo), the rotors are definately 320mm, and not 310.
As far as I know they are identical across all models. Perhaps check part numbers online
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Talked to Galfer and also brembo, both are saying they are the same from the F3 675/800 and also B3 which makes sense ebing they are all using the same front wheel, and braking system (although some use the m4 monoblock)

Just ordered some new Galfer rotors as the one brembo rotor on my 2015 F3 800 is warped..

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Rotors are mounted, there is no difference between the left and right. when putting the abs ring on there is a gap under the area where the rotor bolt goes.
Fiorst I put in a thin washer to remove that gap then there was install and clearance issues... removed the washer and just cinched them down, no issue after that. Hoping to get out and test them later today, or this weekend if weather permits. But the 320 galfers look massive, LOL.
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Galfer rotors for the F3/B3, and they look meaty!.. if they perform anything like they do on my 675R and previous Kawi's going to be a very nice upgrade over the stock brembo's. did not weigh them, but i would say they are a bit heavier, especially compared to the stockers with aluminum full floating buttons. Pretty sure the BST wheel will offset any weight.
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