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SWEET LOOKING BRAKE ROTORS!!!

does anyone know anything about these rotors??? they look pretty sweet but i cant find a price and there isnt a whole lot of info on the website

http://www.lyndallracingbrakes.com/

I feel like they are an HD type of application but I cant help but think the black on black with red hardware would look titties on my bike

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Not as tits as these http://www.braketech.com/
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Not as tits as these http://www.braketech.com/
some always beats me.....in everything....

however i think the Lyndalls apear to be slighly more affordable than the axis/cmc's .....as soon as i hit the lottery though.....

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some always beats me.....in everything....

however i think the Lyndalls apear to be slighly more affordable than the axis/cmc's .....as soon as i hit the lottery though.....
There are two things on my bike I WILL NOT compromise on: brakes and tires.

Do your thing, Drag.

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There are two things on my bike I WILL NOT compromise on: brakes and tires.

Do your thing, Drag.
good point for sure....but from reading the websight is does seem that they will increase friction for sure .....but who knows about weight.....and if they were that good some type of roadrace team would use them, not just land speed teams......yeah to hell with 'em

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There are two things on my bike I WILL NOT compromise on: brakes and tires.

Do your thing, Drag.
You on it just throws everything off

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Check these out...!!!

Can you say purdy!!!
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Can you say purdy!!!
those are sweet looking......do they provide increased performance as well or do they just look good???

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those are sweet looking......do they provide increased performance as well or do they just look good???
I'll let the experts chime in...

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