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Old June 23rd, 2017, 04:49 AM   #1
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Front disc pulse

I have a 2012 MTS and the front brake pulses under braking. Service guys said to replace wth non OEM rotors as originals not great. Any suggestions where to get them or what other rotors fit?

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U use Gafter wave rotors... on my 12. Really nice and responsible priced.
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Old July 18th, 2019, 06:00 AM   #3
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Interestingly, my 2016 Pikes Peak has had a slightly perceptible pulse since the bike rolled off the showroom floor. I've groused about it and there was a recall on the calipers that made it slightly better. When I continued to protest, the answer was "replace the rotors and, btw, they're not warrantied."
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Interestingly, my 2016 Pikes Peak has had a slightly perceptible pulse since the bike rolled off the showroom floor. I've groused about it and there was a recall on the calipers that made it slightly better. When I continued to protest, the answer was "replace the rotors and, btw, they're not warrantied."
Very slight but mine has it as well.
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