2014 Honda MSX 125 GromThe Honda MSX 125 Grom, which debuted in early 2013 in Asia, has received quite a cult status here in the states.
Honda Grom fans have customized the machines in many ways, from engine mods to many aftermarket parts. And now Galfer USA offers loads of brake components for the Grom, including steel-braided brake lines, front and rear rotors, and front pads.Galfer’s steel-braided brake lines prevent brake fade and provide great rider feedback. Pre-positioned banjo fittings make installation easy, and each brake line comes with all of the mounting hardware you need. Pair the lines with a Galfer wave rotor, which allows air to pass over the entire brake pad surface.The result is cooler brakes, better feedback and more consistent performance.Galfer’s rotors are laser cut from high carbon 420SS/8 composite for strength and precision.The semi-metallic compound of Galfer’s Honda Grom brake pads are long lasting, and they will cause very little rotor wear.Galfer’s rotors are laser cut from proprietary 420 high carbon stainless steel for strength and precision.Galfer Brake Components for the 2014 Honda MSX 125 Grom:
Front brake lines | D784-1 | $55
Rear brake lines | D784R | $55
Front brake pads | FD298 | $38.85
Front Rotor | DF078W | $139
Rear Rotor | DF911W | $139
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