EBC Rotors and tolerances
johnsoliday at msn.com
Wed Mar 12 22:51:45 PDT 2008
Chamfered holes are better for keeping them from cracking but I've seen a lot of EOM stuff with straight drill holes so the alloy must be harder nowadays. I chamfered all of my holes on my old racing bikes but my newer CBR600RR has straight drills. I figure you couldn't hurt anything my chamfering them lightly with a Christmas Tree bit.
> Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 14:55:39 -0700
> From: steven at bixbys.net
> To: gpzlist at micapeak.com
> Subject: Re: EBC Rotors and tolerances
> I'm pretty sure the (new, Galfer) pads are in straight and correctly,
> although it's very hard to verify this without removing the caliper
> (after removing the RH muffler). I've put them in cockeyed once
> before and the most noticable trait is a spongy pedal since it's
> clamping unevenly and flexing the slider pins..
> The other thing I noticed with these rotors is the very-sharp edges in
> the holes; I seem to recall the old rotor had slightly chamfered
> holes, but this thing's drilled holes are sharp-edged. Anyone think
> that's a factor?
> On 3/12/08, scapco at ecentral.com <scapco at ecentral.com> wrote:
> > Steve,
> > That really does sound like a bad rotor. One thing to
> > check, how are the pads looking and are they installed
> > straight? The amount of variance doesn't sound that bad,
> > but it's either the rotor or somehting ins't on straight.
> > Charles S.
> > >
> > >However, I'm not sure if that's within normal tolerances
> > >for a rotor, does anyone know? I'm sure it's not given
> > >the amount of pulsing the brake does.
> > >
> > >Whaddya all know?
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