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Does any one no if speedtripe disks will fit on a rocket 111.
Any help would be great.
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Jdonly1 - No clue. I have tried to locate the bolt pattern and offset of the R3 rotors - without luck. Do you know what it is?

Galfer, Braking, and EBC do not list the R3 in their catalog. But it may be the same as some other bikes.
 

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I am pretty sure they are the same as is on the S3 and Daytona.
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I don't know about disks, but discs might :laugh:

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Barry

Yes, I know, no help at all, am I?
 

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disk /dɪsk/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[disk] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
–noun 1. any thin, flat, circular plate or object.
2. any surface that is flat and round, or seemingly so: the disk of the sun.
3. disc (def. 1).

4. Computers. any of several types of media consisting of thin, round plates of plastic or metal, used for external storage: magnetic disk; floppy disk; optical disk.
5. Botany, Zoology. any of various roundish, flat structures or parts.
6. intervertebral disk.
7. Botany. (in the daisy and other composite plants) the central portion of the flower head, composed of tubular florets.
8. any of the circular steel blades that form the working part of a disk harrow.
9. Mathematics. the domain bounded by a circle.
10. Archaic. discus.
–verb (used with object) 11. Informal. disc (def. 3).
12. to cultivate (soil) with a disk harrow.

Also, disc (for defs. 1, 2, 4–9, 12).
 
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