Now that the spider machining is done I can bolt the legs on and hope the axle holes line up!
Yoyodyne who has a huge selection of high end parts at good prices. Rims, brakes, bodywork, slipper clutches, etc. No waiting for drop shipping from the manufacturer, he's got it all in stock.
Brake Tech Iron Rotors that use a different method than the usual round button to transmit the braking torque from the rotor blade to the carrier. When we were running the Ducati/Rotax single which only had one front disc the buttons on various name brand rotors were constantly being galled and requiring replacement. Once I switched to the Brake Tech rotors all wear was eliminated.
They are definitely a manufacturer I recommend when replacing brake rotors. If you have deeper pockets they also make a ceramic matrix composite rotor that works great on the street. It is super light and great for a track day bike but unfortunately not allowed by most race organizations.
Next post will be the 4th axis work on the steering stem, hopefully in a day or 2.