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    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.
  2. Naf

    KTM 500 EXC (2014)

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    Great bike, needs a bit more punch, but i will resolve that soon enough
  3. 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
  4. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION The unique Flame design offers optimal cooling and unsurpassed smooth and predictable braking action which allows you to brake harder. Flame Road Discs are also available in a Racing version for professional racing and track day use. For best performance we recommend using Moto-Master brake pads. All Moto-Master Discs are TÜV approved.
  5. Starvin_Martin

    Honda CRF450R (2007)

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    Bought dirt cheap, I'm in the process of fixing it up.
  6. 0 comments

    Great First Edition of the Factory Edition, HOWEVER, KTM should have put more upgraded parts from the factory to make this bike more unique... ***SOLD***
  7. ThumperTalk

    Moto-Master Supermoto Racing Rotor

    1 review

    320mm floating front flame rotors are specially designed for use with Moto-Master 4-piston calipers The inner carrier is an aluminum anodized piece, and rotor thickness has been increased over Moto-Masters standard supermoto rotors, to 5mm All rotors go through a vigorous testing process, and are able to withstand temperatures up to 1004 F without any deformation or friction loss (fading)
  8. ThumperTalk

    Moto-Master Flame Brake Disc

    2 reviews

    Flame discs are made from hardened and refined chrome-molybdenum alloy steel Material guarantees extremely little rotor wear and high-performance braking Flame discs are precision lasercut, CNC drilled and surface machined for perfect fitment and flatness Venting grooves in the contact surface are designed for efficient cooling and disc cleaning to evacuate water and mud Discs are surface coated with a 10 micron zinc plating to help protect them against weather influences All discs use a floating design with a clear anodized aluminum inner carrier Sold each
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