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davidstowe358

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Brembo Discs

These discs were brand new 4 months ago along with new brembo pads and pitting on the discs has started now i know what's caused this it's being put away damp but surely this should not happen after 4 months.


Do you think it's ok or should I do something about it.
I've removed the calipers now so there is no contact with the discs and pads so it won't get any worse.

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

Brembo Discs

Are supposed to be Quality,surface rust when not using a wet bike yes and will disappear after the next ride.

Pitting is not acceptable on any quality disc (being stainless steel)

Have these discs coloured, as in blue?

If not get your money back.

Also you no reply,

http://www.motorcyclenews.com/MCN/community/Forums/Categories/Topic/?&topic-id=434558

previous posts.

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