Aztec semi-floating disc rotors - anyone weighed/using them?

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02GF74
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by 02GF74

I notice there is a new semi-floating rotor on the market -alloy carrier similar to SRAM design; so judging by there being less metal, it looks to be lighter than the Hope SAW .... but at 1/2 the price. :lol:

Anyone got one and weighed it?

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by Elstorma

and it looks good too...
but this is what i found on the weights...

http://clee-cycles.co.uk/esite/P12602/product

Aztec's semi-floating rotors offer sharp and reliable stopping power. The cooling holes on the rotors act to dissipate heat and cut glaze to maximise braking power.

Stainless steel semi-floating rotor
6-bolt design
Weight: 126 g (160 mm)


not good at all...
anyone has verified weights on these?

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by ms6073

Was intrigued until I saw the weights and while I had been considering Scrub Components very pricey semi-floating rotors, but at 1/3 the price of the Scrub rotors, the Hope lightweight rotors at ~78 grams for the 160's seem a better option.
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