There are so many posts on motorcycle discussion forums with topics like, “Where to buy Arashi”,” Anybody heard of Arasi Rotors”, and “Affordable Arashi Rotors.. anyone try them?” As you reading post after posts, you found people liked these great Brake Rotors but don’t know where to buy them or don’t want to buy off China suppliers from eBay. Here’s the good news, ARASHI Rotors are now available from your #1 USA trusted site at www.MadHornets.com
Here are the posts I generated from the forums for your convenience,
My father works in a company that performs tests to weldings and metal fatigue in big structures (bridges, railways…) …..the “Arashi” rotor passed every single test. After heating, cooling, twisting, pressing and chemical abuse all came out fine.
One test that is particularly interesting is rotating the rotor in a machine that reads changes in a magnetic field crossed by the rotor thus enabling to “see” into the rotor to check the uniformity of the metal alloy.
By the way, the metal the rotor is made of it’s called Martensitic Steel (AISI 420), just like the Galfers, Braking, EBC, etc. .
I’ve surfed the web and found everything: warped Arashi rotors, warped OEM rotors, warped Galfers, cracked Brembos, you name it. I guess these Arashi rotors are as good (or as bad…) as the others…………..it is common to go to track-days abroad (Catalunia, Misano, Brno, Le Mans…) and I just keep seeing more and more people showing up at the track using them and I never saw one failing. Or galfer or brembo or EBC. OEM hayabusa rotors do warp fairly easy though.
My 64 year old dad still rides his Triumph (he knows what’s like to be brakeless on a bike!) and after the tests he did to the rotors he gave a thumbs up to his son, so my confidence issue is solved…………..by alexx