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Brembo Supersport Front Brake Rotor for Harley-Davidson XL/XR (00-13), Dyna (00-05), Softail (00-14), and Touring (00-07)

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SKU:
705504
INV-705504:
3.0000

OD: 292mm

ID: 56.35mm

PCD: 5 x 3.25” (82.55mm)

Bolt Hole Diameter: 8.7mm (for 5/16” bolt)

Thickness: 5mm

Disc Height: 34mm

Disc Material: Stainless Steel

Bell Material: Billet Aluminum

Full Floating: Yes (See 'product details' tab for more info)

Fixing Type: Round bushing drive system

Brembo P/N: 108.B335.10

See 'Fitment' tab for additional models listing


Developed with the precise goal of offering all owners of the most popular European and Japanese hypersport models maximum performance both on the road and on the track. In conjunction with Brembo Z04 brake pads, these discs have won numerous SuperSport World Championships.

These are fully floating discs consisting of a rotor in tempered martensitic steel (capable of resisting extreme thermo-mechanical stress) and a bell machined from billet aluminium.

The two parts are joined together by 10 fastener studs in true racing style. The distinctive characteristic of a floating disc is that the rotor is not fixed to the aluminium bell - in other words, it is free to move on the studs. This configuration significantly reduces disc stress, reducing disc wear and improving heat dissipation, while also allowing the rotor the freedom to deform.

Sportster

  • 1200 – XL1200 (00-03)
  • 1200 Custom – XL1200C (00-13)
  • 1200 Low – XL1200L (06-11)
  • 1200 Nightster – XL1200N (07-12)
  • 1200 Roadster – XL1200R (04-08)
  • 1200 Sport – XL1200S (00-03)
  • Seventy Two – XL1200V (12-13)
  • Forty Eight – XL1200X (10-13)
  • 883 – XL883 (01-08)
  • 883 Custom – XL883C (00-09)
  • 883 Hugger – XL883HUG (00-03)
  • 883 Low – XL883L (05-13)
  • Iron 883 – XL883N (09-13)
  • 883R – XL883R (02-07)
  • 50th Anniversary – XL50 (2007)
  • XR1200 – XR1200 (09-10)
  • XR1200X – XR1200X (2011)

Dyna

  • Super Glide – FXD (00-05)
  • Super Glide Custom – FXDC (2005)
  • Super Glide Convertible – FXDS (2000)
  • Super Glide Sport – FXDX (00-05)
  • Super Glide T Sport – FXDXT (01-03)
  • Low Rider – FXDL (00-05)
  • Wide Glide – FXDWG (00-05)
  • Dyna CVO – FXDWG2 (01-02)

Softail

  • Slim – FLS (12-14)
  • Heritage – FLST (2006)
  • Heritage Classic – FLSTC (00-14)
  • Convertible CVO – FLSTSE (10-12)
  • Fat Boy – FLSTF (00-14)
  • Fat Boy Lo – FLSTFB (10-14)
  • Fat Boy CVO – FLSTFSE (05-06)
  • Deluxe – FLSTN (05-14)
  • Deluxe CVO – FLSTNESE (2014)
  • Rocker – FXCW (08-09)
  • Rocker C - FXCWC (08-11)
  • Blackline – FXS (11-13)
  • Standard – FXST (00-07)
  • Night Train – FXSTB (00-09)
  • Custom – FXSTC (07-10)
  • Deuce – FXSTD (00-07)
  • Deuce CVO – FXSTDSE (03-04)
  • Breakout – FXSB (13-14)
  • Breakout CVO – FXSBSE (13-14)

Touring

  • Road King – FLHR (00-07)
  • Road King Classic – FLHRC (00-07)
  • Road King CVO – FLHRSE (2003)
  • Road King CVO – FLHRSE3 (2007)
  • Road King Custom – FLHRS (04-07)
  • Electra Glide Standard – FLHT (00-07)
  • Electra Glide Classic – FLHTC (00-07)
  • Electra Glide CVO – FLHTCSE (04-05)
  • Electra Glide Ultra Classic – FLHTCU (00-07)
  • Electra Glide Ultra Classic CVO – FLHTCUSE (06-07)
  • Street Glide – FLHX (06-07)
  • Road Glide – FLTR (00-07)
  • Road Glide CVO – FLTRSE (00-02)

Full floating rotor

There are several reasons that a two-piece floating disc assembly is of benefit. First, by using an aluminum bell for the hub section of the disc saves a great deal of weight. Since this is both rotating and unsprung, it benefits the acceleration, braking, and handling of the vehicle. Secondly, it is better able to handle the large temperature changes that brake discs experience. In a two-piece floating disc assembly, the steel disc heats up uniformly, and the controlled float which is present allows for the differential expansion of the very hot brake disc and the relatively cool aluminum bell. This allows the disc to be used under severe conditions without having a detrimental effect.

Concentrated Brembo technology

Brembo Racing and High Performance discs are designed and tested to work best with brake pads, combining constant and efficient performance in extreme applications with significantly reduced weight. The materials used and the special processing employed ensure a significant increase in braking power, impressive resistance to prolonged thermo-mechanical stress and absolute performance consistency. Brembo discs are characterized by an unmistakable racing look and ensure the highest performance in every situation.