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PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2010 9:14 pm 
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al wrote:
Why not try paper plates? You could cut out any shape you liked. They would be cheap and light, not good in the wet though!! :wink:


Personally I would rather save weight on a less critical component.

al. :D


Me too :D
I use C2 on everything :D 'proper' disc rotor shape 8) tons of metal to grab on to


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al wrote:
Why not try paper plates? You could cut out any shape you liked. They would be cheap and light, not good in the wet though!! :wink:


Personally I would rather save weight on a less critical component.

al. :D


A perfect complement to a tin foil crash hat to protect your head from bumps as well as the government's secret mind control rays.


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the first one, alligator?
theyre getting quite a good rep

i use ashima aro-03
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was using hayes v8s before
as said above, they do pulse a bit more but no loss of power and look pretty good :roll: thats all i care about see :lol: after all they are on my commuter :lol: :lol:
its 38lb so im not really concerned about weight! :lol:
got the ashima ones for £18 :shock:


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 05, 2010 3:34 pm 
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cyfa2809 wrote:
was using hayes v8s before
as said above, they do pulse a bit more but no loss of power and look pretty good :roll:


what do you mean by 'pulse'??? is it something to do with the pattern cut into the disc brake effecting the braking...??? - im a slight novice when it comes to discs... :)


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