MTX Brake Disc Rotors | Absolute Braking Control for Powersports

MotoDisc provides amazing braking controls to your powersports vehicles, as it is designed and manufactured with world leading, cutting edge technologies:

- Precision CNC MACHINED and LASER CUT technology
- Japanese SUS 420 Stainless Steel
- Replacement for ORIGINAL FITMENT
- Original OEM LIGHTENING & DRILL HOLE patterns

All Motodisc brake disc rotors meets or exceeds original fitments, and your powersports can be upgraded by choosing different series:


SOLID Disc

   

- All Part No. starting with MDS- are solid discs, flat or with offset depending on OEM;
- Solid Discs are made of one complete segment of Japanese SUS 420stainless steel, and is heat treated to HRC 36 +- 2
- Lightening and drill holes as per OEM designed to improve braking performance and reduce the disc temperature

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FLOATING Disc

   

- All Part No. starting with MDF- are floating discs, flat or with offset depending on OEM
- Floating Discs are made of two segments of stainless steel which are riveted together to allow the outer section of stainless steel to expand under high temperatures
- Outer section is made of Japanese SUS 420stainless steel, and is heat treated to HRC 36 +- 2; Disc centres are manufactured in steel or alloy.
- Alternative to large original solid discs, a floating disc improves the braking performance
- Lightening and drill holes are designed to improve braking performance and reduce the disc temperature

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WAVE Disc

   

- All Part No. ending with “W” are wave discs, flat or with offset depending on OEM;
- Some bikes come out as original with wave discs others as an alternative to standard solid or floating discs
- Engineered and designed to give you the look without compromising your safety, the gentle wave design limits uneven wear that can cause pulsating

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Important Note:
Brake rotors are an internal item and should only be fitted by a qualitied technician.
New Disc Pads should always be installed when fitting new MotoDisc rotors.