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What would everyone suggest? I'm not looking for the best performing or the most expensive, but I would like something to look good at a great price. Bike is an 06 YZ250F. Also, where should I purchase these?

Thanks!

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The rear is only going to be for looks it will have a little bit better feel but not enough to warrant $100. I had a 260mm oversized braking wave rotor on my old bike and loved it. I will be upgrading to one for my new steed soon.

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Thumper talk store has the OEM for $107 and Rocky mountain has Tusk for $60

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Very nice. I like those. :moon: We stick with oem but we have 08's and they already have the "wave" style rotors.

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find a Cheap OEM dealer and buy some 07-now rotors there wave and look good

As stated before, you can get better quality aftermarket ones than from the dealer. They want $154 for the front rotor alone

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I like the stock brakes , They work great for me. what are you looking to improve on ? are yours fading when hot or are they just worn out ?

Stock brakes and a good brake fluid goes a long way .

Just saying

robert

Beer drinker with a racing problem

What would everyone suggest? I'm not looking for the best performing or the most expensive, but I would like something to look good at a great price. Bike is an 06 YZ250F. Also, where should I purchase these?

Thanks!

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I like the stock brakes , They work great for me. what are you looking to improve on ? are yours fading when hot or are they just worn out ?

Stock brakes and a good brake fluid goes a long way .

Just saying

robert

It's time for replacing as the rotors are extremely worn and thin

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i use a galfer non oversized and it works great.has better feel than stock

i had i tusk rear rotor and warped it if that means anything

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