Galfers solid-mount Rear Wave rotor provides all the advantages of the front rotor when coupled with the floating rear calipers found on most motorcycles. Combining the best materials and manufacturing process, this rotor will handle everything you throw at it. Patented inner and outer Wave design minimizes heat transfer, equalizes dissipation and evens out pad wear. Designed both for street and track. Built out of 420 high-carbon stainless steel which maintains shape during intense heat cycles. Galfer ensures that every Wave brake rotor is produced perfectly flat. Keeps brake system cooler by allowing air to pass over every point of a brake pad surface. Best friction surface of any stainless steel rotor. Extremely predictable and consistent. Provides outstanding performance even in the most aggressive conditions. Provides stopping power and performance that is far superior to any O.E.M. brake rotor. Wave design creates a better contact surface with the pads to improve braking. The shape also eliminates excessive material which translates to weight loss. Seamlessly replaces stock rotor.
"Excellent rotor. Simply a must--specially if you are into racing. Breaking action feels linear, and consistent. This rotor makes easier to break hard without locking the rear wheel, and it makes it much easier to modulate the break pedal. A significant improvement over the stock breaks. Also avoid using full metalic break pads with this rotor. I use Galfer semi sinthered pads (the black ones) or full carbon pads. These pad don't cut into the rotor, and the rotor surface stays smooth, which is a must for good breaking action."
For use with twist throttle, includes left and right grip. Special technology ensures maximum retention of tackiness under exposure weather. Available in Full Diamond, Full Waffle and Half Waffle. Available in Firm (Black), Medium (Gray) and Soft (Light Grey) compounds.
"Excellent grips. Softer than the stock Honda grips, and much easier on your hands. However, these grips gave me a bad case of arm pump. They are thicker than the stock Honda grips and I had to use very thin gloves to minimize the arm pump problem. Ranthal make great grips,but the medium compound didn't work for me.