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I saw an article in Decline Magazine yesterday that PUSH IND. will be offering a Ti Brake Rotor for sale soon. Article said no special pads or setup required due to a propriatary coating on the rotors.
 

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SSINGA said:
I saw an article in Decline Magazine yesterday that PUSH IND. will be offering a Ti Brake Rotor for sale soon. Article said no special pads or setup required due to a propriatary coating on the rotors.
That's nothin, yo. I gots me some platnum on ma rotor :p
 

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Rotor price causes heart attack!

SSINGA said:
I saw an article in Decline Magazine yesterday that PUSH IND. will be offering a Ti Brake Rotor for sale soon. Article said no special pads or setup required due to a propriatary coating on the rotors.
Sound good until you call and find out that they want $300.00 a pair!
Good amount of weight reduction, but $300?!?!?!?
I'll take the extra weight......
 

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HomegrownMN said:
Sound good until you call and find out that they want $300.00 a pair!
Good amount of weight reduction, but $300?!?!?!?
I'll take the extra weight......

I dunno, with the price of gass now it cost me over $100 to fill up my truck. So I look at $300 as only 3 fillups. It would motivate me to ride my bike more - the one with Ti rotors :D
 

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If you are getting them to reduce weight might as well get coated aluminum rotors. Lighter. Cheaper.
 
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