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BRAKE MONSTER CRYOROTOR - DP BRAKES 2 Piece 180mm Floating Disc Brake Rotor

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This is a BMR2 Series 2 piece Floating Cryogenically Treated BrakeMonster CryoRotor from DP Brakes. DP Brakes is a world leading manufacturer of motorcycle brake components and has now introduced their technology to an exciting range of brake pads and rotors for the off road cycle community. DP Brakes has been the first choice for MX, Enduro and Off Road competitors for years and has won more off road titles than any other brake pad manufacturer in the world. For 30 years DP Brakes has been the industry leader in developing brake components and we guarantee you will find improved performance over your current rotors or your money back. The BMR2 Series are 2 piece floating rotors. BMR2 Series rotors use 410 stainless steel braking surface but utilise a lightweight 7075 aluminium alloy centre. This 2 piece (or floating) design enables the braking surface to expand and contract without imparting these stresses to the hub mounting face. The rotors are double disc ground and heat treated. The cryogenic treatment causes the molecular structure of the 410 stainless steel to change. The lower the temperature the greater the transformation rate. The freezing process allows the gaps in the structure to be filled with the carbides and creates a much more dense, GÇ£organizedGÇ¥ appearance. So overall you can expect a service life up to 3x that of a non-treated rotor and one that copes much better with the hot/cold heat cycle associated with disc brakes. DETAILS: - 2 Piece Floating Rotor - Cryogenically Treated - 3 Times Standard Service Life - International Standard 6 Hole Fitting - Japanese 410 Stainless Steel / 7075 Aluminum Alloy GENERAL INFORMATION: Always check your brakes are working correctly before every ride. New disc brake pads require bedding-in to the rotor before full power is achieved.Replace disc pads when friction material wears down to 0.5mm