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Galfer just released their Solid Mount Wave Rotors for the Z125 Pro.

These Rotors are OEM Replacement.

Galfer Wave Rotors have set a new standard in the motorcycle industry
because of their commitment to excellence and passionate pursuit of victory.

To check out their New Wave Rotors for the Z, just click on the link below.


>> Galfer Wave Rotors for Z125 Pro <<








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whats better that type
or the floating type

or whats the reason for the different types
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All things being equal, Floating are better in most cases.
The carrier allows the blades to float, keeping a perfect alignment with the pads.
The Floating design also allows more heat dissipation.

But, they cost more. And sometimes have to be "rebuilt" if the buttons wear out.


And of course, it's
Totally dependent on quality as well.

There are plenty of cheap china rotors out there that are "Floating type".

Are they better. No way. The Steel they use is crap, and thus the performance is crap.

Also there are limitations on when you can make a floating rotor. You have to have enough room.

Unfortunately, on the little 200mm rotors like the Z, it's not conducive to make one.




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the smallest floating rotor I ever used was 260mm

but I see area 22 has the 200 floating



im hoping a 260 could be used on the z
 

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but I see area 22 has the 200 floating
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Hens our comment about cheap china rotors.

For us, we would never risk our lives on a cheap china rotor.

But, as with anything, only the owner can determine what's best for them.

Just like cheap helmets. ;-)



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