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CRF STUFF Team Replica Oversize Rotor Upgrade Part II

Jagged or Smooth outer profile?  

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  1. 1. Jagged or Smooth outer profile?

    • I like design#1, the jagged original HONDA style
      7
    • I like design#2, the slightly modified smooth radius style
      7


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We have been on the fence with how we felt about the unfinished appearance of the jagged 2009 factory rotor design. It just don't look right to us. Even though the 2009 rotor profile was the clear winner in our last TT poll,

We were just about ready to unleash the sharks with fricken lasers on some stainless sheet when we thought "Hey, what would TT'ers say? "

So..... Before we rip into our next huge 280mm design, let us know what you think about these options-

Style# 1 is the jagged original HONDA style,

Style #2 with a nice smooth radiused profile is what it should look like in our opinion.

280MOD1.jpg

280MOD2.jpg

We are ready to pull the trigger on our next production run, but wanted to run this past you guys one last time to see what you think of our smoother looking design option #2.

Let us know what you think.Your Vote Counts!

The 2009 Factory Team 280mm brake upgrade version below.

DM800.jpg

PS- We will continue to offer the "Old Skool Kit" shown below along with this a 2009 style profile.

Prokitpure.jpg

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option 2 looks way better.. i see what you mean by the first choice,it looks to jagged and somethings not right..

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I'lll go with whatever one works the best.

"Old Skool Kit" Looks pretty cool.

-Josh

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call me crazy but I dont see the difference:excuseme:

Me too as well, I don't really see what's different? haha!

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Me too as well, I don't really see what's different? haha!

Where the two bumps are next to each other on the outside of the rotor, design 1 has a jagged edge and design 2 has a rounded edge.

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