Ok Twisty, I can let a lot of things pass but I can't abide your mockery of gutted D&D's lolmy hesitation would be accuracy, doesn't take much to get a pulsating lever, one of the most uncomfortable riding issues I can think of, rather have a loud ass irritating gutted out D&D pipe than a pulsating lever... ick ... however if you know someone with a flat table grinder or sander you can true em up, lotta work tho
if you do go for them, go for the most buttons you can get and go wavy.. wavy flexes more and will be less likely to pulsate your lever if they aren't true, and less material mans easier to true up on table..
do let us know
lolOk Twisty, I can let a lot of things pass but I can't abide your mockery of gutted D&D's lol
How many km they have? What pads do you use?
It all depends on what you're willing to trust your life with. I personally couldn't ride around comfortably running anything but top shelf equipment, specifically when it comes to something as critical as a braking component.
I bought a pair of used OEM discs in almost as new condition a few months ago, and the seller also sent me a pair of China discs that looks just like those for free.
I would buy a pair of used OEM or known brand discs in good condition.Hi guys! Did everryone use china brake discs like commet or arashy? How they work, they last more than 10k?
I am interested for my 750 srad '97. Thanks!