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BY795 Braking Batfly motorbike floating brake disk al-Hub Ø330

€273.28 €341.60 -20%
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BATFLY® STRADA BY795 offers a directional carrier, lighter than the previous version - 9 instead of 12 rivets, a directional seat with a 14° angle and a new outline for the self-ventilating outer ring, which improves the heat dissipation on the ring.

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    BY795 Braking Batfly motorbike floating brake disk al-Hub Ø330

    BY795 Braking Batfly motorbike floating brake disk al-Hub Ø330

    BATFLY® STRADA BY795 offers a directional carrier, lighter than the previous version - 9 instead of 12 rivets, a directional seat with a 14° angle and a new outline for the self-ventilating outer ring, which improves the heat dissipation on the ring.

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    Description

    After testing it for years in the racing world, Braking launched the new BATFLY® rotor BY795.

    This rotor is the result of cooperating with the strongest teams in the world, thus creating a unique product as for brake power progression.

    Thanks to this new light version, BATFLY® STRADA’s weight is now very similar to the SK2 one.

    TECHNICAL FEATURES AND BENEFITS

    • outer and inner diameter of the disk have a non-round design
    • that enables better radial expansion of the rotor under extreme
    • heat conditions. Moreover piercing holes are replaced by edges
    • specifically designed to grow brake pad regeneration process

    Alternative grooves on the two surfaces of the disk create a selfventilation mechanism. Mud and dirt are also easily removed from braking surface.

    Use Race , Brake pads recommended (P1R)

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