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i just couldn't resist buying these discs, i priced an earlier model brembo full floating when i first bought the 916 but couldn't justify $850 oz each, i decided to wait for a few years and get the ceramic discs for not much more but then i saw these Brembo HP discs for $600 US per pair, checked my local ducati shop in oz, and the best price he could do was $950 oz each, which is about $600US at the moment.

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once i get my rebuilt rear shock, front springs and 27mm triples from Jason at
http://www.departmentofsuspension.com/info/
i'll put the shock back on and move the stand to the front.

god i love the sound of full floating discs
 

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Full floating rotors make a rattling/buzzing sound (all sounds are hard to describe).

It is a neat sound when you know that it relates to a performance setup.
 

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there's no soulnd when riding only parking or manuering the bike, it sounds like something is seriously loose or broken, it complements the open clutch cover nicely :)

full floating are actually loose and move a couple of mm freely, the single 12 button i had i my monster made the best sound, so i'm hoping 2 x 10 button discs are even better :)
 
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