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GALFER AND THE "WAVE" ROTOR

 
(11/8/2012)


Standard Wave Rotor

by Galfer USA on November 2, 2012


Galfer invented the wave rotor in the early 90s to reduce build-up of water and mud on the rotors of trial competition motorcycles. The design had an unexpected extra perk: it caused brake systems to run cooler by allowing air to pass over the entire brake pad. The Galfer wave rotor revolutionized brake technology, and the Standard Wave Rotor is still a perfect choice for racers and aggressive street riders. It offers the best friction surface of any stainless steel rotor, and the full-floating design equals optimum pad-to-rotor contact. The Standard Wave Rotor easily replaces the stock rotor, and you get the added benefit of improved predictability, modulation and consistency.

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