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Friday, 15 September 2017


Galfer adds more ‘Disc Wave’ and sintered pad applications

Spanish brakes manufacturer Galfer has released further updates to its Galfer “Disc Wave” programme with a front disc for the 2017 Honda CBR 250 RR, a rear disc for Yamaha’s X-Max 250 ABS 2016 and up, and a rear disc for Aprilia’s 2017 RSV 1000.

2017 Honda CBR 250 RR

Galfer “Disc Wave” rotors are made from high carbon content stainless steel. They have a direct bolt-on OEM replacement system that does not require brackets or any extra parts. Galfer say they feature lower unsprung weight, deliver increased breaking power, have better heat dissipation, excellent resistance to corrosion, less tendency to warp and that they maintain cleaner pad surface to disc contact.

Yamaha X-Max 250 ABS 2016 and up
Aprilia 2017 RSV 1000

The carriers are anodised or chromed in high resistance aluminium (7075 T6 - 6082 T6) or AISI 420 stainless steel. All Galfer “Disc Wave” rotors are model-specific with the same original OEM disc size and certified by TÜV (KBA nº 61147 / 61148).

New sintered metal rear brake pad application

Also seen here is a new Galfer sintered metal rear brake pad application for Honda’s VFR 1200 FDA/X-Crosstourer. Their G1370 compound is said to have very good cold and dry conditions performance, fade resistance and feel, with excellent durability, high temperature and wet conditions performance.