I did it on two bikes and regretted it - the rotors wore WAY too quickly... Or rather, the carrier did where it contacted the rivets, creating a lot of rotational play :thumbdownSplit the spring washer wirh a small cold chisel and take it off, it is the same idea as the aftermarket rotors but ALOT more noise since the buttons on OEM rotors are larger than aftermarket ones.
A few racers I knew in Daytona used to do it to their bikes and it did work quiet well at keeping the rotors from warping under hard braking but it was something to keep an eye on. (extra movement = extra wear)
Cool idea if you didn't have the extra jing to drop on aftermarkets but better to just bite the bullet and buy them in the long run for peace of mind.
LOL yeah sometimes they would throw some lights and a tag on and ride on the street and I would always tease about something falling apart on it as would others :hammer:lmaoI did it on two bikes and regretted it - the rotors wore WAY too quickly... Or rather, the carrier did where it contacted the rivets, creating a lot of rotational play :thumbdown
It's also noisy as fuck, people asking you what's wrong with your bike all the time is kinda annoying :lmao