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snowman
10th April 2007, 15:50
I really like the looks of some of the rotors on the Buells and other sport bikes. Some of the anodized, machined stars are awesome!!

Does anyone know if/where I can get something like this to fit on the 2000 up Harley wheels? :geek:geek:geek

Gone
10th April 2007, 16:50
There are companies out there that will make you whatever you want...a few of the companies that make the light weight floating rotors for dragracing will make you the same thing, it just costs a lot

NRHS Sales
10th April 2007, 16:54
I have lots of different styles of rotors available for Sportys.

Gary7
10th April 2007, 16:56
I have lots of different styles of rotors available for Sportys.

Do you have any in stainless steel? The rust on my "new" rotors is really starting to bug me.

NRHS Sales
10th April 2007, 17:14
Yes, we have lots of stainless rotors available. I really like the Russell floating stainless rotors. We sell them for $187.95

Gary7
10th April 2007, 17:30
Yes, we have lots of stainless rotors available. I really like the Russell floating stainless rotors. We sell them for $187.95

Are your rotors listed on your web site somewhere? I couldn't find them.

I don't want anything fancy or expensive. Just basically a stainless steel version of the OEM rotors.

NRHS Sales
10th April 2007, 17:34
No unfortunately there are justr too many choices in rotors too show them on a web site.

I have stainless Russell one piece rotors available for $101.95 each

Gary7
10th April 2007, 17:41
No unfortunately there are justr too many choices in rotors too show them on a web site.

I have stainless Russell one piece rotors available for $101.95 each

Are these direct bolt on replacements for the OEM rotors?

NRHS Sales
10th April 2007, 18:24
Yes, direct bolt on

snowman
10th April 2007, 18:27
How do I get to view all these? Do you have a link to the Russell site? If I find what I want, just bring your the part #?????:geek:geek:geek

NRHS Sales
10th April 2007, 18:30
Here is a link. they are the top ones:

http://www.russellperformance.com/motorcycle/b-rotors2.shtml

snowman
10th April 2007, 18:36
Anything more like this????:banadanc

NRHS Sales
10th April 2007, 18:38
I thought you said you didn't want anything fancy or expensive, just a basic stainless steel version of the factory rotors :confused:

I can get you rotors like the ones pictured above but they cost around $300 each.

I can get you EBC "contour" rotors for $184.95 each. They are similar but not quite as wild as the ones pictured above.

here is a link:

http://www.ebcbrakes.com/motorcycle.html

They are all silver not gold centers.

snowman
10th April 2007, 18:42
Gary7 said that. I wnat something completely different than the other HD stuff, more like a street fighter look. Let me know what you can get like this for my 05 sporty. Duals in the front and stock rear brake action. PM me if you want......:geek:geek:geek

NRHS Sales
10th April 2007, 18:47
Oops, you are right. 2 different folks. Check out the EBC link I posted.

http://www.ebcbrakes.com/motorcycle.html

The ones I sell are the 5 spoke silver center "wave" rotors. They are shown down below 3rd from the left.

snowman
10th April 2007, 19:21
Oops, you are right. 2 different folks. Check out the EBC link I posted.

http://www.ebcbrakes.com/motorcycle.html

The ones I sell are the 5 spoke silver center "wave" rotors. They are shown down below 3rd from the left.


Can you get the center spokes anodized in different colors???:geek:geek:geek

NRHS Sales
10th April 2007, 20:15
No, they only come in silver. You could probably take them apart and have that done but that would be on you.

Gary7
10th April 2007, 22:22
Yes, direct bolt on

I see that the Russell True Floating discs (R47014/R47013) are a direct bolt on replacement as well. What is your price on these?

NRHS Sales
10th April 2007, 22:27
The Russell floating rotors are $187.95

snowman
11th April 2007, 02:05
Thanks, Dan.
I'll think about the one's from Russell and let you know...:geek:geek:geek

Matt
11th April 2007, 02:54
I'd give Dan the sale, he worked for it hard enough IMHO! LOL
Matt

snowman
12th April 2007, 20:36
I found what I was looking for......

http://www.lyndallracingbrakes.com/cgi-bin/miva?Merchant2/merchant.mv+Screen=PROD&Store_Code=LRB&Product_Code=APEX-CF

I hate when that happens!!!! They will cost about $600 each...:eek:yikes

ShadenGheist
14th August 2008, 00:23
Hi Dan! I realize this is an Ancient Thread, but the links are still active, so I thought I'd give it a shot.

Do you carry these?http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-10/459292/EFRVC-2-2.jpg

R47026PPR 11-1/2" 2-1/4" 2000-06 Front

R47027PPR 11-1/2" 2-1/4" 2000-06 Rear

http://www.russellperformance.com/motorcycle/b-rotors.shtml

Turbota
14th August 2008, 00:56
I have EBC front rotors on my 04 Sporty

"Contoured Profile" Full-Floating Stainless Rotors
FSD Series Type 3
Narrow Band

P/N: FSD006
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The brake pads are P/N FA381 (or you can use stock H-D pads)

You should be able to get these from Dan at NRHS

EBC Link: http://www.ebcbrakes.com/hd-stainless3.html


http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p158/Turbo6ta/Wheel1.jpg

ShadenGheist
14th August 2008, 01:16
I have EBC front rotors on my 04 Sporty

"Contoured Profile" Full-Floating Stainless Rotors
FSD Series Type 3
Narrow Band

P/N: FSD006
________________________________

The brake pads are P/N FA381 (or you can use stock H-D pads)

You should be able to get these from Dan at NRHS

EBC Link: http://www.ebcbrakes.com/hd-stainless3.html


http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p158/Turbo6ta/Wheel1.jpg

Those are cool looking, but out of my price range. I'm just looking for a mild upgrade to get away from the Gawd Awful noise the stockers make. :smoke