The answer is a yes and no…As is, Dirty Dog Rotors are pretty fantastic. But with a bit of magic, you can make them just a TAD (pun intended, but you’ll get it later) bit better.
Here’s what I did. I took Priscilla’s tad pole rotor (provided by Big DeBeer), as you can see its a fun, cool looking rotor by it self.
Then I grabbed a can of engine enamel and I wrapped up the braking surface with masking tape. I’m sure this already looks familiar since I’ve done this same project with a different rotor. But this time, I’m using a Dirty Dog Rotor, so its 100 times better.
I then painted each side. I made sure that I got in 2 coats. I used old water bottles to hold the rotors. This allowed for very little contact which means, the paint was applied more evenly.
I let the paint dry for about a day. Then the masking tape came off….ooooohh purdy!
This is how it looks mounted from the inside of the rotor.
The green matches perfectly with the accents on Priscilla’s frame. Besides, frogs are supposed to be green.
Hopefully this inspired you to customize your own set of Dirty Dog Rotors, if you don’t have a set, pssh, what are you waiting for! Get some!
MtnBikeRiders.com Race Team Sponsor, Dirty Dog MTB just sent us a care package with all sorts of goodies for the team.
In it were tons of Web Rotors and Skull Cable Guides.
Big Thanks to Big Nick D. of Dirty Dog MTB!
Scheck it out mang, now you KNOW this is BOSS! (boss is a word that Evomo is bringing back)
This is what the Woodstock 707 would look like with the stock Avid Rotors.
Here’s what it looks like with the Dirty Dog MTB Skullz Rotor.