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Braking USA rotors

Hi guys,

Silly question here. I could grab a st of Braking USA STX rotors ( the waved one) brand new for 100$ for the set. I know that's a great price, but they are for a cbr1000rr 06-07 ( 320mm).

The question is, should i put those on my 929 (330mm) ???
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Re: Braking USA rotors

Iam guessing with almost 10mm diff no you could not.. the rotor would be too small
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Re: Braking USA rotors

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Hi guys,

Silly question here. I could grab a st of Braking USA STX rotors ( the waved one) brand new for 100$ for the set. I know that's a great price, but they are for a cbr1000rr 06-07 ( 320mm).

The question is, should i put those on my 929 (330mm) ???
If you happened to have some 320mm discs then I'd run them for sure.
I wouldn't go and buy some though - might as well get 330mm discs and get maximum benefit from your calipers.

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Re: Braking USA rotors

Weel, my rotors are still in pretty good shape. It was just for the deal.

Thx guys!
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