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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 02:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Forchetto View Post
Thank you. Coincidentally I've just been to a French site that sells that rotor and they have a list of other bikes it fits:



KLE 650 A7F/A8F/B8F/B9F Versys 07-09
ER-6F (EX 650 A6F/A7F/A8F) 06-08
ER-6F (EX 650 C9F) 09
ER-6N (ER 650 A6F/A7F/A8F) 06-08
ER-6N (ER 650 C9F) 09
Z 750 (ZR 750 L7F/L8F/L9F) 07-09

If you now do a search for alternative disc rotor for the Z750, for example, you have a very wide offer of really fancy discs.

I assume they also fit the cast wheel Bonnie, since they should be the same as EBC's MD821X.

Do a search for "z750 disc rotors" and lots come up.
On this topic, I did extensive searching for more info and realise the list above all have 300mm disc instead of 310mm.. However the ZX10R has same 5 hole inner diameter of the versys. Would like to know more if you could share.
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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 04:49 AM
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i have a beringer disc on the front of mine, looks a million times better than the stock item, performance is marginally better.( but maybe thats just me thinking it feels better to make up for the price)
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post #13 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 11:57 AM
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my sportster now has brake-tech full floating rotors, the buttons that usually wear are NOT load bearing, they are great and will be checking if they make a fitment for the magged bonnie, the harley style uniform expansion rotors seem ok for now, my experience is sintered pads BLOW AWAY organic no reason to use organic IMO the stock bonnie brakes are WAY better than my porkster was!!
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