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Re: Rotor compatability question

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On 11/15/05, Tpcutter@xxxxxxx <Tpcutter@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> In a message dated 11/15/05 7:03:23 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> r11rider@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:
> >I have a '94 R1100RS ABS with a rear rotor  that is most definitely warped.
> I don't notice it much when first applying the  rear brake at higher speeds,
> but the slower I go, the more pulsing I feel. It's  time for a replacement.
> >
> >I might assume that the rotor remained  the same for all years, but I
> suppose that's not even a sure bet. Are there  rotors from other models that will
> retrofit the '94 RS? >>
> The  rotor part number is 34 51 2 332 581 The BMW parts CD lists the same
> part number  for:
> R1100RS
> K1200GT
> K1200RS
> K1100LT
> K1100RS.
> I would  strongly recommend that you get a NEW rotor. They are $294.00 at BMW
> list price.  There are 18 available in the USA at this time.
> Be sure to replace the pads at the same time. I do NOT recommend any
> aftermarket pads for the rear brake, as I find that they seem to wear the rotor  more
> rapidly than the OEM pads.
> Tom Cutter
> Yardley,  PA
> http://www.RubberChickenRacingGarage.com

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