Iron rotors





#7
They would do very well with ceramic pads, if you can keep them hot enough. I did that setup on a car and I didn't like it on the street. The brakes didn't grab very well until they were glowing hot. The lack of break dust was nice though. On a track it was great.

Unless you are running a really aggressive pad on the street, I wouldn't bother going with iron rotors. The OEM, Galfer and EBC with sintered pads will give you more than you need for street riding.
 
#8
They would do very well with ceramic pads, if you can keep them hot enough. I did that setup on a car and I didn't like it on the street. The brakes didn't grab very well until they were glowing hot. The lack of break dust was nice though. On a track it was great.

Unless you are running a really aggressive pad on the street, I wouldn't bother going with iron rotors. The OEM, Galfer and EBC with sintered pads will give you more than you need for street riding.

Thanks for your thoughts. I've decided a set of Brembo HP's will do the trick.
 

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