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again thanks to everyone who replied.....except anthony d. Ya, my plan was to put the cheapest rotors on my bike so I could take it to the track and ride it like its a brand new bike, have the rotors explode, and fling myself and the remains of my bike into as many people as possible.
You, and all the other overreactors on these forums need to reel it in.
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Stay far away from that cheap chinese shit, Ibhave seen/read reports of the discs separating from the buttons, and also of them just cracking in half under heat. Buy the EBC stock replacement rotors from Motomummy. Taking it to mechanic tomorrow for a second opinion.
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The last ebay/chinese disc I bought had a warning sticker saying "not for race use".
I had Arashi wave rotors on my bike (was installed by previous owner) and I even took the bike to a trackday.
they typically go for CHEAP CHEAP, which means they very well may be melting down cast iron pots and pans, stoves you name it then pouring that into a rotor, they pretty much have to in order for it to be cost effective shipped top other countries rotors are a science, companies who knock off rotors in sweat shops in China DO NOT employ scientists, they employ minimum wage workers in an effort to make a profit!