Lyndall Racing Brakes has a new composite Lug Drive rotor for the Vrods that is available in several different combinations. These are pretty much the same as his last ones except the friction ring has different gas slots for increase braking performance under dry and wet conditions. The outer friction ring can be either silver or black and the inner carrier has the same options. Paul at LRB even made a carrier for us a to match the new Harley black ice wheel. This combination is stunning in person but looks is not all you get. These rotors are less than half the weight of stock rotors and stock on a dime!
Retail is $469 for each rotor and $59 for each set of Gold pads (LRB recommends the Gold Pads for this combo). Depending on how many people commit I can probably sell the rotors for about $375-$390 each and pads for $40-$45 each. Are they expensive? Yes! Are they the best rotors for the Vrod that money can buy? Yes! So who wants in?
I need 5 to commit in order to secure a price of $420(with pads) per rotor. So a set for the front will be $840 and all three would be $1260. Free shipping in lower 48 states. Also keep in mind these rotors have a life time warranty from LRB.
Worth the $$ - both for braking characteristics, looks and WEIGHT REDUCTION.
ALL THREE ROTORS WEIGH LESS THAN ONE HARLEY BOAT ANCHOR...
Just saw the new style friction rings the other day.
Haven't talked to Paul in awhile - need to give him a call.
I'm running the Red+'s with my Brembo P4/34 Calipers - he doesn't make the Golds for that model caliper.
THIS IS A VERY GOOD PRICE (the group buy) for this setup. If y'all were considering going to these rotors, I would advise JUMPING ON THIS DEAL at this price (OZRacer - this might be a good time for you to jump on).
kosta massive difference in feel of the bike all three rotors weigh less than 1 front nearly 2 kilos difference on the front end in unsprung weight and gyroscopic effect from the rotors. Not to mention the cool factor and additional stopping power.....
The OEM factory rear rotor by itself weighs over 6 pounds or 3 kilos. This weights about 450 grams...