Mounted new Boranni aluminium rims with stainless spokes as part of the RE brake project. Went with 19" as I already bought the spokes so no improvement on the tire choices. Brake rotor is from a Triumph Thunderbird and as I was not sure that it would fit, I cheaped out and did not buy a full floater. The rotor was only 90.00 USD so now that I know it works I will get a EBC floater. Note the rotor diameter compared to the stock rotor I wanted to have an opposed piston caliper but other than cheap Chinese, dinky, Brembo copies, I could not find one that would clear the spokes. I used a Tokio sliding caliper left over from my Kawi Versys radial brake conversion with EBC-HH compound pads. The caliper is not a bolt on, and I had to TIG weld an extension to the sliding mount. Now that I know it all works, I will Tig up the stock holes and powdercoat the bracket to match the caliper. I did not like the look of the weenie stock bolts and drilled the fork leg to take a M10 x 1.25 mounting bolt. 14mm master cylinder is left over from the Versys brake mod. I already had SS brake lines and it bolted right up. My Bullet already had a stock Enfield disc brake upgrade but it was sadly lacking, hence this mod. It is far better now and while it could be better with a radial MC and opposed piston calipers it is adequate for now. This is all part of the plan to build a vintage cafe racer and I am off for a wave tuned megaphone pipe next.