I got an idea....you could just buy a 636r and they come stock with those wave rotors!Mr. Black said:These are around 350 for the pair. A rear is around a 100.
A litte expensive but cheaper then some of the other full tilt stuff I have seen.
1. Its not that much bling, and if it isn't for you so be it...stop being a schmuck, someone else is entitled to their preference. :roll:ASCSurveyor said:Two points.
1. I'm really not all about trying to impress anyone else. It's not like anyone is going to do a double take on me and say, "Ooh... check out that guy! He must be cool cause he's got gold/chrome *generic motorcycle part* on his bike! I want to be just like him". Nothing I could do could make people do that to me. :roll:
2. A dick attitude won't help you either. As was said...if stock is 400...aftermarket is 350, you do the math.ASCSurveyor said:2. Gold and chrome do not make me a better rider.
Question about your rear wave: Did it actually improve the feel and stopping of the rear? I was thinking about doing that but haven't decided yet? I'm holding back because I'm not sure if they're needed, and it's not like my rear needs replacing yet.Novadesigns said:Eventually I'll be doing the Galfer wave rotors up front, I already have one on the rear. Yeah they aren't cheap, but they are a bit of a performance enhancement, especially on my 04 GSX-R front end. You can find them realatively cheap on Ebay. I got my brand new rear rotor for $69 shipped, and I've seen the fronts for $500 shipped.
I couldn't care less what anyone else thinks, really. But I know when I look at my bike with the F3 rear and that cool little Galfer rotor it makes me grin ear to ear. That makes it worth it to me.