Brake setup for 2006 R6 with carrozzeria Tri-r wheels. - Yamaha R6 Forum
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Brake setup for 2006 R6 with carrozzeria Tri-r wheels.

Hi all,
I have a 2006 R6 with carrozzeria Tri-r wheels. The rear wheel uses a Kawasaki sprocket fitment and has an adapter/spacers for oem rotors, and the front utilizes stock rotors too. I have brand new uninstalled RJL Vesrah pads for front and back. I am looking for front and back quality full floating rotors. I am looking at the braketech axis rotors and the Galfers rotors. I want rotors that will allow me to use the pads I already purchased, oem fitment on the vesrahs. Maybe also the rear Brembo caliper upgrade as long as there isn't too much customizing going on. I much prefer bolt one stuff, even if it requires a bracket or whatever. Any help would be very much appreciated. Looking to place an order ASAP. If I do the Brembo rear upgrade, I'm ok with getting new rear pads, but I really want to keep the vesrah's to try up front. I heard that rear caliper uograding isnt worth it which makes sense. So really looking for good rotors, galfer, ebc vee-rotors, ebc pro lites, ebc contours, etc.. that i can use the vesrahs with if possible. Help a brother out please! Thanks much guys!


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