Slip me a disc
In an earlier issue we gave you details of the new replacement disc rotors for the Honda CB750 by the Spanish NG company. Now a limited stock of these has arrived at Australian distributors Kenma, and they fit straight on to the bike with no modifications required. The semi-floating design gives more even heat distribution and more consistent braking performance than the original solid type, and they are virtually indistinguishable from the original. The material used in the rotor itself is also superior to the original, minimizing pad glazing and squeaking. Used in conjunction with SBS Ceramic pads (Part no: 502HF), it means a new standard of stopping power for the venerable CB750. Kenma is hoping to expand their range of NG discs for classic bikes, with the Kawasaki Z1/Z900 possibly being the next in line.