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    What is your favorite rotor?

    Well what is it and why? Specifically performance wise - not any special print or design. I'm trying to decide on new rotors for my BB7, I'm looking at cleansweeps. But feel free to gloat about your fav's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob.char
    Well what is it and why? Specifically performance wise - not any special print or design. I'm trying to decide on new rotors for my BB7, I'm looking at cleansweeps. But feel free to gloat about your fav's.
    Galfer Wave rotors. Look cool, work better in the wet and improve pad life in all conditions (especially when combined with Galfer pads).

    I also use BB7s. Cleansweeps are my second choice.
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    Alright where did you get the galfers I can't find them online. I just did my first ride with my bb7's today I feel they have more than enough power but the roundagons or pads just aint cutting it. I'm thinking its the roundagons. You know what I mean?
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    Google search.

    Galfer Brakes

    First link is something like this

    http://www.google.ca/search?q=galfer...ient=firefox-a

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob.char
    Alright where did you get the galfers I can't find them online. I just did my first ride with my bb7's today I feel they have more than enough power but the roundagons or pads just aint cutting it. I'm thinking its the roundagons. You know what I mean?
    Your LBS can order them from BTI (rotors and pads).
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    Yupperz Galfer rotors and pads are awesome!!!
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