Other changes made that I mentioned earlier were handlebars and grips. The RM-Z comes stock with some Renthal Fat Bars that are a bit low for me, so I threw on a pair of Windham bend Fat Bars and those felt much better. Along with the bar, I added some medium non-waffle Renthal grips and they have been really comfortable up to now. The brake changes I made were superb with the Galfer brake lines and the front oversize rotor. I have never enjoyed a front brake like this before. Each time I ride, I feel the confidence gained charging into fast turns and tight corners. I have said it before and I will say it again, with these brakes, you are allowed to stop on a dime. Emergency braking has never felt safer than now because of my oversize 270mm front rotor. If I feel like I am coming close to overshooting a corner, Galfer has my back, if a rider makes a mistake and it seems like he is getting too close in front of me, Galfer has my back. Concluding my brakes, I might have not had a chance in the past to experience some of the other aftermarket oversize front braking systems, but I can tell you that Galfer has worked really well for me. Wear and tear has not shown on the Galfer products and the front brake pads are holding strong.