So this happened.

Discussion in 'Generation 4 - Performance Upgrades' started by kinder, Sep 28, 2018.

  1. kinder

    kinder Buell rider...

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    Just thought I'd post some pics of the rotors and pads I tossed on.

    Rotors are raybestos police. 20180928_183144.jpg 20180928_183144.jpg 20180923_190442.jpg 20180924_181804.jpg 20180924_182228.jpg 20180923_195703.jpg 20180923_201344.jpg
    Pads are akebonos.

    So far the pads feel stronger but not night and day difference. Just a notch I'd say over stock.

    But they are prettier!

    Haven't done the rears or fluid yet.
     
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    Looks good. What kind of rims do you have there?
     
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    Interesting. If I keep my 2016, I'm going to have to do the brakes soon, the rotors are just starting to feel a little bit "warpy" at 22K miles. My 2013 had twice the mileage and never had a rotor issue. Both PP.
     
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    Thanks!

    They are RTX rims. Model I believe was called Switch.

    Got them when I got the car in 2012 and they weren't very expensive. I paid like $130cnd per wheel.
     
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    They might but I prefer stock looks on my cars.

    Those are my winters.
     

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