Stick to a solid rotor.Unless youre horsing it down the alps its unlikely you'll get that big a heat build up ( and then DOES it actually make a difference
I think the floating are heavier also
The 180mm Hope Saw rotors on my Bulls each weigh 145g, or 37g more than the bike's original one-piece Formula RX rotors (108g)
As for making a difference, yes they do. When a one-pice rotor heats up, it'll start to warp. A 2-piece rotor won't have that problem.
Im not sure youre correct in that RB ? Just because its attached to an alloy carrier is not goin g to prevent it from moving,alloy is a metal too you know ,also affected by heat
Strange then that they did away with the 5 bolt rotor on it's alloy carrier. I do remember quite clearly how they 'proved' that the new 6 bolt rotors were cooler
seems now that that was a pile of poo.
Personally i think its a whole thing is a huge pile of steaming nonsense, designed to sell new bits to you when you dont really need them
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