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I say new, but I have been keeping my eye on them. The video though IS new (3 days old)

I have NO IDEA whether they're worth it ( a whole 5€ more per disc than wave).
But I am, after all, an aging old troglodite; who still sees "wavy" discs as new fangled malarky.

But Galfer has announced the "CUBIQ" range of discs and guess which bike they use in the vid' ;)



No 320mm version for the 890 (yet?)
 

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Light is right :)

The new with 1.350 kg seems between them
If the published Galfer numbers are right. But the mix of bobbin and diirect "T" drive is interesting.

Interesting reading on the Berringer site too. About Disc Diameters - gyroscopic effect vs brake surface and weight.
I really need to sit down and do some maths - it comforts me, OK!.
 

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Reducing un-sprung weight is always a good idea.
Bottoms Up!
 

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Quite! - But where that weight is lost is also key. As in closer or further from the axis. Decided I will write to Galfer this week asking for more specific detail.
 
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