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Got the rotors mounted up and are a perfect fit. Confirmed the MT09 is the same rotor
More pics to come tomorrow
 

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Weight is per side
Stock rotor = 1305 grams
Galfer 495CW = 1216 grams
stock bolts = 39 grams
titanium bolts = I'll know Wednesday hopefully, expect about half.

So about 7 oz or so of rolling weight will be gone from the front and hopefully better braking. I did already switch the stock master to a 19RCS too.

BTW, I weighed the bike this weekend just to see, a hair under 400 with a completely full to the brim tank of gas. All street necessary stuff and stock fairings are installed.
 

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Weight is per side
Stock rotor = 1305 grams
Galfer 495CW = 1216 grams
stock bolts = 39 grams
titanium bolts = I'll know Wednesday hopefully, expect about half.

So about 7 oz or so of rolling weight will be gone from the front and hopefully better braking. I did already switch the stock master to a 19RCS too.

BTW, I weighed the bike this weekend just to see, a hair under 400 with a completely full to the brim tank of gas. All street necessary stuff and stock fairings are installed.
I did Ti bolts F & R too... with the Galfer rotors and the lightened rear as pictured in another post.
I'm shooting for sub 375 min hopefully
 

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I'm going to buy a rear rotor on ebay and have it shipped directly to that place, once done they ship to me. Then I'm not down for two weeks, since it is in the mid to high 80's for foreseeable future. :)
The exhaust change dropped about 10 lbs, the battery 6 I think. Rear pegs and mount, A few other things gone from mine. You have removed a lot of other things I cannot yet. I'm still strongly leaning towards the Romeb starter clutch job. A bit faster spin up would be good. FYI - First gear is useless for a start, just do 2nd. 1st will just get worse with shorter gears.
 

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I'm going to buy a rear rotor on ebay and have it shipped directly to that place, once done they ship to me. Then I'm not down for two weeks, since it is in the mid to high 80's for foreseeable future. :)
Too bad, I have like 4 MT07 rear rotors I need to sell lol slightly smaller
 
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