Thursday, 17 May 2018


Galfer adds ‘Disc Wave’, brake pad and brake line applications

Spanish brake component manufacturer Galfer has added to its available range of ‘Disc Wave’ applications, including for the Kawasaki Ninja 400 (as seen here) and a range of applications including for the Yamaha XV/XVS 950 (2015 and up), and selected MBK, Piaggio Vespa/LML and Kymco applications.

New brake pad applications include the Yamaha R3, MT 03, X-MAX 300 and 125/150 cc N-MAX variants, the 2017 and up Honda CBR 1000 RR Yamaha and a range of new front and rear brake line kits for models such as the 2017 and up Yamaha R3 and R6.
Their new print catalogue details all their applications and is available from your distributor of choice and online.

The company has also announced that it has extended its sponsorship involvement with the Monlau Repsol Technical School through to 2019.
The brand and the school started a partnership in 1997 and the deal sees Galfer contributing to student training and providing material for the competition teams of the Barcelona based school. Monlau Repsol helps Galfer to develop and improve its braking products through race use in national and international championships.

The collaboration started when Emilio Alzamora entered the 250 cc World Championship. It was the school’s first project, and since then the partnership has won many important titles, such as the Márquez brothers Moto3 and Moto2 titles in 2012 and 2014.