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I ended up going with 320mm Ductile iron rotors. Search for BTD-32.R. I have not installed them yet, but will provide my impressions when I do.
Forgot to mention the Motowheels website states "special order 4-6 weeks", but when I ordered them from Motowheels they called Braketech. Braketech had them in stock and I had them in less than a week.

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How are you planning to adjust the caliper mounts to accommodate the new, smaller diameter rotors?

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How are you planning to adjust the caliper mounts to accommodate the new, smaller diameter rotors?
By removing the spacer that sits between the caliper and the mount.
If the thread length on the bolt hole is not long enough the spacer can be placed between the bolt head and the caliper. I will take a look at the parts manual to see if there is a difference between the bolt on the "S" vs. standard MS.



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I've finally gotten the bike out after a long winter and have a couple hundred miles on the EBC pads... I'd say they have a more aggressive initial bite compared to the stock pads, but overall braking is very similar (which is to say... excellent).

I've personally not had any issues with the stock rotors (so changing to a different size or brand isn't in the cards for me), and the EBC pads seem to have cured the 'groaning' that the stock pads had when pushing the bike around the garage.

23k (almost all highway) miles out of the stock pads, they weren't completely shot but were close so they went into the bin.

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By removing the spacer that sits between the caliper and the mount. I will take a look at the parts manual to see if there is a difference between the bolt on the "S" vs. standard MS
Yes, there is a difference. The one for the S model is 60mm (77913311D) vs. the standard which has a 55mm. (77915111B). So you have 2 options. Move the spacers from the front of the caliper to the back, or if you're a purist - order the other screw.
Now, the hole in the fork mount goes through - meaning it does not have a bottom so it may just be able to accept an additional 5mm. I will see when I install. Unless anyone has a different opinion I can't see how moving the spacer from one side to the other is an issue?

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wow! thank you for the thoughtful reply. my need is a little different - I want a spare set of wheels set-up for trails with off-road tires. I have the wheels and tires from a friend but his rotors are 320mm. I was concerned running 320mm sometimes and 330mm at other would wear the pads unevenly and poorly. Maybe I should buy a second set of 320mm rotors and just run that size all the time?
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I did the same thing , I got a set of OZ rims and wanted to put trail tires on the stock rims. I got the Iron rotors in 320MM and removed the 5MM spacers and used the stock caliper bolts without an issue and without putting the spacers on the other side of the bolts. This helped alot with getting the calipers on and off the new rims as the they a different shape and removing the calipers with 330 MM roters was REALLY tight. Works great , dont forget to order the slotted, ABS sensor that goes under the rotor before you do all this work. I Really love the new rims & rotor setup. Now I can switch out the weels and rear sprocket on a quick change hub to go into trail mode (14- 41 gearing).
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dont forget to order the slotted, ABS sensor that goes under the rotor before you do all this work.
@multimike , I don't understand this statement? Under the rotor, it is on the outside beside the sensor now?

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Look at the front rotors, on one side there is a slotted disk, harmonic something or other its officially called. The actual sencer is on the fork tube but needs this disk to read tire rotation for the ABS, it's mounted between the rotor and hub. If you want different tires on different rims it's best to fit them with rotors and to do that you will need this disk. The rotor bolts get really tight with the heat and are hard to remove, you need an impact driver and don’t want to do that every time.
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it's mounted between the rotor and hub.
We must be talking in reverse of inside and outside. My phonic wheel is mounted on the outside of the rotor.

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