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Found 89 results

  1. ThumperTalk

    Braking STX Brake Rotor

    1 review

    Floating rotors with a stainless steel external braking track and aluminum carrier for more braking power due to the high % of carbon in the steel and the high friction coefficient that it results in Best resistance to heat: the floating design allows for the outer disk, where the heat is generated, to expand and contract instead of warping The STX disks characteristics result in a lighter, better performing and great looking brake rotor Sold Individually Polished Finish
  2. lugnutt480

    Yamaha YZ450F (2006)

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    Power,Speed,Grace and BEAUTY;)And she never talks back....or complains.......if only 2300.00 bucks could get a woman that great it would be a much happier world indeed :)
  3. ThumperTalk

    SDG Galfer Rear Brake Rotor

    1 review

    Fits all year models
  4. 0 reviews

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Motomaster Flame Series brake disc rotors One thing I like about the Beta is they come stock with good quality aftermarket stuff like the Galfer discs, and as with most genuine Beta parts they are quite cheap too. I put the Galfer discs on the second set of wheels I bought with trials tyres, then scouted around for any other options to the stock Galfer discs. Eventually I settled on a set of Motomaster Flame discs when I realised they were top of the line brake rotors but the same price as the genuine Beta discs. I'm pretty fussy about brake discs as I researched them heavily a few years ago when I was having custom made discs made for motard projects. Just pause to read more... A few years ago I did try a set of cheap Chinese discs but down very steep descents they would start an annoying screeching sound, and on some of the longer descents they would start to fade, pretty unnerving if you've never had this happen before. Obviously our slow technical riding rarely pushes a brake disc very hard but we do have some very long steep descents that can drop about 1000 feet in altitude. I've only ever had the stock Galfer discs on the Beta fade once, but that was enough to swing me over to trying the Motomaster Flame Series. In a nutshell? Motomaster is a Dutch-based company and the discs are made in Holland - which can only be a good thing as I've spent some time in the Netherlands and those guys tend to be obsessive about things like quality control. Since 1997 they've become extremely popular discs for competition and they are now the standard disc in the KTM Hard Parts catalogue. If you are just pottering around on your bike then obviously cheap discs may suit your purposes. But if you usually prefer to use reasonably good discs I'd recommend you compare prices with the Motomaster Flame series, it's usually not big step up in price to a set of discs that won't let you down on those steep long downhill runs. A few other reviews I found... Motocross Action Magazine The hardened stainless steel Flame rotors are laser-cut, CNC-drilled and surface-machined to provide almost perfect flatness. That is the key to solid braking. Once our Flame rotors were broken in (and the pads seated to them), the stopping power was impressive.... This is a night-and-day mod for 2015 Yamahas and Suzukis. Bill Baker, Reno NV I've used moot-master on all my motors for racing and also for street work. Great tuff stuff. Motorcycle News Stopping power, put simply. This saw blade-like rotor is the recommended brand to suit the SBS carbon racing pads in my TZR250 (a similar set-up is used by some World Supersport teams), and between the two parts I can stick my race bike on its nose hard, late and with confidence. Feel is good, it’s light and looks great too. Enduro Illustrated Really liked the quality of construction. Great feeling and power. There was no aggressive initial grab, instead a progressive strong feeling and power which gave us confidence and security.
  5. ThumperTalk

    EBC Oversized Brake Rotor Kit

    4 reviews

    Supercross Contour discs not only provide a trick looking brake set up, but also deliver great and improved brake feel over conventional solid discs. Made from heat treated carbon steel with higher friction and more stopping power than stainless steel. Luster finish gold anodized to prevent corrosion. Extra weight reduction reducing unsprung weight. Stylish contoured profile.
  6. N8ster

    Yamaha YZ250X (2016)

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    This bike works great! I purchased it in March 2016. It will be used for off-road racing and general play riding. Power comes on hard, right off the idle. Suspension is valved pretty close to where I would like it. Only a few clicks on the forks to make it work. The wide ratio transmission compliments the package well. I thought I would remove the kick stand but it works well and stays in place.
  7. Michael499

    Kawasaki KX250F (2014)

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    Solid platform to work with. . Carter and Gary Bailey worked on final suspension settings, which are TCD's handy work. The C4MX modified race motor arrived and is ready for installation. New black plastics await the graphics. The Yosh pipe is on. Rental bars cut to 31.5" are on. Sharp footpegs too. The Braking oversized rotor. Graphics are on their way. Here the initial start up of the C4MX motor at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJF-VuBRauw
  8. Stratman_61

    Honda CRF230F (2005)

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    Fun play bike in the dirt. Heavy and suspension is very limited but the torquey motor is forgiving and a blast for casual riding. For SuperMoto track days or mini class racing, corner speed is your friend. The rear drum brake is also limited, and will permanently discolor under heavy use because of heat buildup, but mods can be done to help cool the hub. Even with the limitations, the 230 is a lot of fun, and, on a tight trail or kart track, can be surprisingly quick.
  9. Killed my front rotor today on a rock garden. Dead, kaput, thanatos! For offroad use primarily and some dual sporting, what front rotor replacement would you recommend? Stock size or oversized @270mm? Solid or floating? EBC, Motomaster, Braking, any other? Power vs. durability vs. value for money? What say you fellow TT'ers? PS. Hurry up, I need to make my mind up soon, I 'll go ill if I don't ride next weekend!
  10. 1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS Tusk Oversized Floating Typhoon Brake Rotor kits are made for increased performance and braking power for your motorcycle. Oversized 270mm diameter rotors are made from a special tempered stainless steel that is not only durable but will work with any type of brake pad. Brake rotors are precision laser cut to maximize brake pad surface contact. Full floating rotor design ensures optimal pad to rotor contact and even heat distribution for maximum braking force and smooth feel. Tusk Oversized Floating Typhoon Brake Rotor kits come complete with a billet aluminum caliper relocation bracket. Large 270mm diameter dirt bike rotor increases braking leverage for high performance stopping power. Rotors are laser cut from a special tempered stainless steel that is not only durable but will work with any type of brake pad. Full floating rotor design ensures optimum pad to rotor contact and even heat distribution for maximum braking force and smooth feel. Kit comes complete with oversized brake rotor and billet aluminum caliper relocation bracket.
  11. Sierra_rider

    Beta 300 RR Race Edition (2015)

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    It has a very neutral chassis, turns very well but doesn't give much up in stability. The power is very linear and easy to use. If you wan't a hard-hitting 2 stroke, this isn't your bike. Even with the aggressive map switch and the powervalve adjuster turned in, it much more mellow than my Yz. Although the power may not be exciting, it's perfect for gnarly technical terrain. Stock forks were harsh on square-edge obstacles. The Pressure springs(small spring in the top of the fork) are known to be to stiff for most offroad riding. I had them changed out when the forks were revalved. E-start works flawlessly and starts the bike within a couple seconds when cold. Ergo's feel good to me...at 6'1", I was worried that it would feel to small to me, but that's not the case. The rear brake lever is a little low for most people, but I actually prefer it that way and it's adjustable anyway. Brakes themselves feel good, the front in particular is very strong. I don't feel they give up much to the Brembo's on the Ktm's. 40 hour update: replaced the stock rear tire within 20 hours and did the front at about the 35 hour point. I now have a tubliss front and rear, with a new rim in the front because of bad crash I had. In that crash, I also smashed the pipe, split a radiator hose, twisted both radiators, and popped the preload adjusters out of both forks. Beta fixed the forks free of charge, so no complaints there. Separate from that crash, the stock map switch is busted and I blew the fuse for the e-starter, although it blew in extremely wet conditions. The most likely culprit is the horn, it's a pretty common issue that's easy to fix. Also, the stock plastic is extremely brittle and easy to crack.
  12. ThumperTalk

    Braking Oversized Rotor

    5 reviews

    Replacement Disc Braking oversized front rotors provide substantial increase in stopping power with improved brake feeling and modulation for the best overall performance Oversized front rotors allow for you to brake later into corners, dramatically lowering lap times Braking profile utilizes edges that constantly clean the pads surface, renewing it and giving the best pad-rotor contact at all times in all conditions NOTE: Must use the correct caliper relocation bracket to fit any oversize rotor
  13. jblob

    Honda CRF450R (2005)

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    I absolutely love this bike it tracks straight over hard terrain and has way more than enough power to haul my lazy butt through and over anything
  14. 4 reviews

    Wave rotors are laser cut and made of a unique high carbon 420 stainless steel material that has been heat treated and double disc ground to assure perfect flatness and the most efficient contact surface between pad and rotor Wave Rotors will improve lever feel and feedback, allowing the rider to get a much stronger and progressive brake than other units would
  15. pival

    TTR 250 Front and Rear Rotors

    I bought a 1999 TTR250 and the rotors are a mess, any one knows if another Yamaha rotors fits on this bike? because the OEM rotors are too expensive or if anyone knows about a page where i can buy this things at a right price? Thanks
  16. elhombre_801

    Honda CRF450R (2013)

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    Here is my 2013 CRF450R. She is my baby her name is Dianna i love her
  17. Hi everyone! I'm looking at some alternative suppliers to the ridiculous OEM prices for some parts. I have a 1996 XR250s (MD30) Japanese import to the UK. It's a pain in the ass to get parts for sometimes, even though I have the parts fiche. I am based in the UK but I have the luxury of travelling to the USA fairly frequently for work so I usually end up doing an OEM order from Partzilla and have it delivered to a USA address which keeps the costs to a minimum. At the moment I'm doing a front caliper/brake refurbishment and I'm looking for the following caliper pistons and rotor (brake disc for the euro's!) Rotor/Disc 240mm OEM from Partzilla (4351-KV6-670) is $140! Are there any alternatives that would be a straight swap?? Pistons are 27mm x 27mm OEM Part number (45107-MY1-006) they are £35/$46 each in the UK and not available on partzilla. Would appreciate any advice / info! Cheers!
  18. ThumperTalk

    Moto-Master 270mm Oversized Rotor

    1 review

    Oversize 270mm MX/Offroad discs provide improved braking compared to OEM Adapter bracket is needed to mount oversize disc Brackets are fully CNC machined 6082 billet aluminum and are used to relocate the stock brake caliper to the correct position in order to accommadate the oversize disc
  19. guearyt

    Suzuki RMZ450 (2015)

    0 comments

    Handles lightly compared to others in it's class. Turns tight, good bottom end torque coming out of turns. I don't have the suspension dialed in perfectly but it has been built by Factory Connection, front and rear.
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