Wow, that is something that I never expected to hear.mikdivad said:I can't speak on the first brand, but I've tried the Galfer wave rotors on my track R1, and honestly I can say the braking performance decreased with them. The stock rotors had significantly better initial bite and braking power. I may have lost a pound here or there, but it wasn't worth the $600 I paid for lackluster braking. I immediately went back to the stock rotors.
Yeah, braking is critical, but so is sponsorship money. These guys don't always use the best stuff because of that. If they can still win on inferior equipment, and make more money(or spend less money) they will.zeta xray said:The wave rotors are used quite often in World SuperSport and braking is pretty critical to those guys.
Pics gone but I take it those were the galfer superbike wave rotors? If so tell me about them lol...I want something that looks better performs better and weighs less...I asked brad to qoute me the price on these already looked at PVM those look nice too and same with brake tech they all look nice just reading to see which ones to go with...zx10ragentorange said:Those are nice Galfers but for around $900 I will pass. Went into indysuperbikes and one of the guys there let me hold one. They are very nice and I think they would really work.