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I see posts by people talking about them, but is anyone running them? My 85 NA fronts are shot and backs are close. I have seen F+R sets for $250 for Brembos, are they worth replacing rather than going with some stock ones? I'm not looking to do a major upgrade, just keep it on the road and stopping as designed. But if I can get a cross drilled setup for the same price or less than stock, would it hurt? Has anyone run these and what did you think? Thanks.
 

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Get these parts/prices:

KVR Performance Cross-Drilled or Slotted Brake Rotors:
84-86 Turbo Model, Front, NI-435CD, $77.90 ea
Rear, NI-437CD, $83.60 ea
87-89 Turbo, Front, NI-445CD, $81.70 ea
Rear, NI-446CD, $104.50 ea
84-85 Non-Turbo, Front, NI-440CD, $80.75 ea
Rear, NI-436CD, $92.15 ea
86 Non-Turbo, Front, NI-435CD, $77.90 ea
Rear, NI-437CD, $83.60 ea
87-89 Non-Turbo,Front, NI-435CD, $77.90 ea
Rear, NI-446CD, $104.50 ea
Front, Blank, NI-435OE, $53.90
Rear, Blank, NI-446OE, $84.50


From this vendor (scroll down to the KVR section)

I know you said Brembo. KVR is a contractor/supplier to Brembo.

Also, note that the KVR/Brembo rotor are just OEM replacements that have been drilled, slotted, and cadaum plated. Looks nice, but unless you're a hardcore racer, there is no benefit. You can get as good from any parts house for much less $$.

As I said, they do look nice.


 

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Well, I saw a set on ebay for $225 for front and rear, that's cheaper than stock replacments. I have Brembo's on my Husaberg and they are sweet (rotors and calipers). I figure if I can save a couple without loosing quality, why not?

I understand the fact there is no performance advantage, I'm more worried about performance loss for the price. Thanks for the feedback, good to know.
 
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