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Floating rotors for 17 RGU?

Looks like there are very few floating rotor options for the 2017 RGU, ly ones I see available are the HD ones for $250 each and some other company for $350 + each.

Any other options out there, I want floating function on the stock wheel nothing fancy. the stock rotors pulse and I dont want them on there anymore.

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Hiding in Texas? Say Hi to the wife for me, hope all is well. When ever you wish something more fancier than give a call for 320mm fully floating lightweight spoke mounted rotors and & pair of OEM Brembo caliper relocating brackets to make them work on your bike.
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Hiding in Texas? Say Hi to the wife for me, hope all is well. When ever you wish something more fancier than give a call for 320mm fully floating lightweight spoke mounted rotors and & pair of OEM Brembo caliper relocating brackets to make them work on your bike.
Question was about rotors. Answer: Hiding in Texas, say hi to my wife. So confused.


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Question was about rotors. Answer: Hiding in Texas, say hi to my wife. So confused.
A long time friend of mine. His wife brought me to the VA after a crash at Homestead raceway when I could not move. So did masterblaster another time as I could not move much less drive to the VA.
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Looks like there are very few floating rotor options for the 2017 RGU, ly ones I see available are the HD ones for $250 each and some other company for $350 + each.

Any other options out there, I want floating function on the stock wheel nothing fancy. the stock rotors pulse and I dont want them on there anymore.
Hogpro has Galfer full float fir a decent price. Happy with them. Only rotor that’s gone 10K on my sled and no pulsing. They sound like shit backing up, rattle because they’re FULL float and everyone close by will ask what’s wrong with your bike or tell you you’re wheel bearings are shot. But they’re great rotors.Different styles available than mine.


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Between those floating rotors and that badass front rim

That is on killer looking setup

Makes me want to spend $$$

A 21” front rim up front would be perfect for me with a full wrap front fender

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A long time friend of mine. His wife brought me to the VA after a crash at Homestead raceway when I could not move. So did masterblaster another time as I could not move much less drive to the VA.
Now it makes sense, BTW, I'm easily confused. lol


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Hey Howard how you been man, yeah I moved up to DC for a year then down to Texas, missing Fla man, passed message to wife, she says hello and hopes you healed up from the accident Might be riding over to Daytona in Oct or in march, dont know just yet.


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Is your bike a 17 or 18? their ste says for up to 2013, unless i am missing something.

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Hogpro has Galfer full float fir a decent price. Happy with them. Only rotor that’s gone 10K on my sled and no pulsing. They sound like shit backing up, rattle because they’re FULL float and everyone close by will ask what’s wrong with your bike or tell you you’re wheel bearings are shot. But they’re great rotors.Different styles available than mine.

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That kind of rotor is a "Hub Mount". You need a "spoke mount". If you have a standard there is 5 lugs. If you have a CVO type, there is 7 lugs.

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