Ktm aftermarket rotors

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1/19/2021 9:36 AM

Hello, guys. What’s everyone’s thoughts on the best rotor for a Ktm 125? I know oem is good but the DP pads that we were running did some damage, and it is bent slightly, so looking to replace with another 260mm disc. On a side note, has anyone had issues with EBC Mxs pads being too thick and dragging?

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1/19/2021 9:50 AM

On my 2016 that OEM was a galfer, I found the same rotor through Galfer without KTM's part number on it for a lot cheaper. No complaints.

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Unleaded tastes a little tangy. Supreme is kinda sour, and diesel tastes pretty good.

1/19/2021 4:57 PM

Golfer skw.....go up a size for the rotor as long as you are replacing it. 270mm

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1/21/2021 10:51 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/21/2021 10:52 AM

I’ve run the Galfer 270mm in both fixed and floating. I like the floating a lot better when you have a sand track or a slick track as it helped with keeping the front wheel from tucking going into turns. Since you need to replace it would be the perfect time to upgrade and a few bucks more.

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1/21/2021 11:50 AM

I run Braking Rotors and Pads. Performance is exceptional. Power, but also the feel when under light engagement. The durability is always a bonus. The pads have a longer wear life. I recommend this package to anyone that is ready for a replacement or as a performance upgrade.
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1/21/2021 12:52 PM

davidgrip wrote:

I run Braking Rotors and Pads. Performance is exceptional. Power, but also the feel when under light engagement. The ...more

Your rotor pattern looks just like those used by the Rockstar Husky guys. Interesting.

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KTM250SX YZ125 YZ85 PW80 ZX6 FZX700

1/21/2021 6:28 PM

davidgrip wrote:

I run Braking Rotors and Pads. Performance is exceptional. Power, but also the feel when under light engagement. The ...more

What series of braking rotors and pads ?

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1/21/2021 8:33 PM

I like Galfer oversized floating rotor for the front. Stock rear.

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1/22/2021 5:09 AM

Thanks for the replies. Are you guys that are running Galfer rotors using their Sintered HH pads?

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1/22/2021 7:03 AM

jwolfman317 wrote:

Thanks for the replies. Are you guys that are running Galfer rotors using their Sintered HH pads?

I'm running stock pads with mine and no issues.

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2018 KTM 250sx
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1/22/2021 8:01 AM

davidgrip wrote:

I run Braking Rotors and Pads. Performance is exceptional. Power, but also the feel when under light engagement. The ...more

jwolfman317 wrote:

What series of braking rotors and pads ?

those look like the WF/KT series. probably with the race pad (CM46). they also have the Batfly series for the fronts and back which look awesome. http://www.braking.com/catalogue/intro.php?lang=EN here is the catalog for their products for a 2019 (not sure what year you have but they are all in there i think) feel free to message me if you need any help. I am pretty familiar with their products.

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1/22/2021 9:36 AM

jwolfman317 wrote:

Thanks for the replies. Are you guys that are running Galfer rotors using their Sintered HH pads?

I ran them and liked them, but IMO the braking CM46 pads have the best bite/durability other than the OEM.

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Unleaded tastes a little tangy. Supreme is kinda sour, and diesel tastes pretty good.

1/22/2021 11:21 AM

I like Moto-Master Flame discs, they also have an oversized 270mm front version. And they have a couple of different options for the rear too, like a thicker one than what is the standard.

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1/22/2021 11:45 AM

Race tech makes titanium rotors. Saves like 1.5lbs. Pretty sick.

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1/25/2021 8:28 AM

Motofinne wrote:

I like Moto-Master Flame discs, they also have an oversized 270mm front version. And they have a couple of different options ...more

I just mounted one of these for the weekend. I just put one hour on it to bed it in. Between the rain and other issues on the bike, I didn't notice the feel of the rear rotor. It looks really strong and doesn't weigh more than stock.

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KTM250SX YZ125 YZ85 PW80 ZX6 FZX700

1/25/2021 9:04 AM

yz133rider wrote:

Race tech makes titanium rotors. Saves like 1.5lbs. Pretty sick.

yz133 … can you point us to these titanium rotors? I am curious to see what's offered. THANKS!

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1/25/2021 9:13 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/25/2021 9:15 AM

https://racetechtitanium.com/?s=Rotor&post_type=product&title=1&excerpt=1&content=1&categories=1&attributes=1&tags=1&sku=1&ixwps=1

This is searching racetechs site for rotor, they seem to make them for Yamaha and ktms. Front and rear rotors.

So trick. Honestly makes me want a Yamaha or ktm just for these parts!

If you combined these with lighter tubes, ti sprocket bolts, ti axles and pivots, you would save significant weight and much of it from the wheels themselves which have a lot of leverage on the bike.

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1/25/2021 10:32 AM

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Unleaded tastes a little tangy. Supreme is kinda sour, and diesel tastes pretty good.