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Sunstar is the largest OEM supplier of motorcycle and all terrain vehicle (ATV) sprockets and brake discs in the world. In fact, your bike probably came from the factory with Sunstar. Trusted on more brands than any other, Sunstar offers the best combination of lightweight, strength, quality and durability. This is why Sunstar sprockets and brake discs come installed on more makes of motorcycles and all terrain vehicles than any other. Designed and built with precise fit, Sunstar Sprockets, Chains and Brake Discs deliver the ultimate performance for all off-road, on-road and racing applications. Fit your bike with the brand that the engineers who designed it trust:

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Braking®’s Wave Disc — a revolutionary form differing from conventional round brake discs helped position Braking as an innovator in high performance motorcycle parts. Founded in Italy, Braking is very active in the motorcycle aftermarket and racing sectors, contributing to a number of racing titles around the world. Always moving forward, the Braking brand is now expanding to the UTV and bicycle part markets.

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Many years of OEM production and large quantities of test data enable us to offer unique products that meet the demands placed upon them in the pursuit of superior safety, reliability, and riding performance for two-wheeled vehicles. Our integrated production system incorporates the latest technologies with original production techniques refined through years of development.

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Thread: Sunstar front discs (rotors)

  • 02-15-2015, 08:47 AM#1

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    Sunstar front discs (rotors)

    I need new front discs and have found some cheap Sunstar ones, like £50 each instead of £200 for the Brembo ones. Any thoughts on Sunstar v Brembo.

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  • 02-15-2015, 10:51 AM#2

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    Never used 'em on an Aprilia but they're OEM maker for Harley. They'll be OK unless you ride hard all the time. You get what ya pay for and brakes are kinda important.


    I replaced my OEM rotors with Brembo HP rotors. Damn what an improvement. Well I did wear the OEM rotors down to 3.8MM and they were beat. Fuckers ain't cheap but damn.

  • 02-15-2015, 12:12 PM#3

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    Double check OEM rotor pricing. I think you'll find the price hard to beat... $70 each for OEM brembo.


  • 02-15-2015, 01:36 PM#4

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    According to this the OEM is a Sunstar from 2001 on.


  • 02-15-2015, 01:48 PM#5

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    Shit, AF1 are cheaper than the ones I got. Why did you show me that T.RexRacing . The Sunstar discs are about £180 over here but only £50 from AF1, why?
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  • 02-15-2015, 07:40 PM#6

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    No VAT to start. My country exists because of your taxman.

  • 02-15-2015, 11:36 PM#7

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    True that.
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  • 02-18-2015, 01:19 AM#8

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    Re-use the disc bolts or not? I think last time I changed discs on the previous Tuono I just re-used the old ones.

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  • 02-18-2015, 10:10 AM#9

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    Check to see if the fit before starting. The Brembos require special screws. Other than that they're not TTY so I see no reason not to.


  • 02-19-2015, 07:26 AM#10

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    Disc bolts will be fine mate.
    Just clean the threads up properly and torque them down correctly, and dont forget the loctite 243 (the blue one)


  • 10-18-2015, 10:58 AM#11

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    9,000 miles and the Sunstar discs are starting to pulse at the brake lever, same as the original ones did at 13,000 miles. Soon as they become a problem I'll get Brembo's. That proves you do get what you pay for.

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  • 10-18-2015, 12:04 PM#12

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by FTMView Post

    9,000 miles and the Sunstar discs are starting to pulse at the brake lever, same as the original ones did at 13,000 miles. Soon as they become a problem I'll get Brembo's. That proves you do get what you pay for.

    Wierd....i have many miles on my sunstar discs on road and track and no problem so far, i have hade more problem with brembos.

  • 10-18-2015, 12:46 PM#13

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    55,000 miles on my previous Tuono and I never had any problems with discs, either Brembo, Sunstar or althea (spelling)

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  • 10-19-2015, 08:50 AM#14

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    Got to say,
    I like my PFM rotors

    http://www.west-performance.com/services/pfm-brakes/

    I have both the stainless (for street) and Ductile Iron for track day. Simple to swap over. No need to undo rotor carrier, just pull out large circlip, swap rotor and re install circlip. Takes about 30 seconds once wheel is off.
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  • 10-19-2015, 09:30 AM#15

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    Don't the OEMs have the problem with hard spots? Mine pulse pretty badly, despite not being that worn. Suppose they could be warped. In researching replacement options I have been scared by stories that the OEMs can develop hard spots and pulse/shutter. Resigned myself to having brakes that vibrate for a while longer.


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