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On my old MTS I had a really nice set of Axis/Cobra brake rotors, which were returned to me when I traded in Multistrada for the ST3S.

I would of liked to fit them, but they don't have the holes for the ABS sensor disk, and checking Braketechs website, they don't stock ST-ABS rotors either.

So I was wondering where I might get some lovely wavy 320mm rotors for my ST3S?

Err. 10mm offset ones that is (so my MTS ones wouldn't of fitted anyway).
 

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I have never seen aftermarket ABS rotors for sale anywhere. If and when I need a set I'll just buy ordinary non-ABS rotors and drill and tap the holes to fit the ABS wheels. I don't see it as a big deal.
 

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Neither have I, but when I talked with a Braketech employee last year they said it is possible they will introduce a set in the future.

As for drilling and tapping my own rotor, unfortunately I don't have access to a pillar drill and would rather not risk mangling a good rotor by poor hole placement.
 

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EBC has an ABS set available

EBC has an ABS version of their rotors available.
Works quite will,
dry it is better than the brembos, wet it takes a little wile to bite.
Eric
 

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Floating buttons...

Hello
I just added full-floating buttons (TPO) to my ABS rotors.
They seem to work just fine. I couldn't swear that there is a definite improvement, but I feel better about 'em anyway....
 
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