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wachuko

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Reply #285 on: April 08, 2021, 06:44:19 pm
Good Youtube Vid

Great video.  Thank you for sharing.


And to have as a reference when it comes time to change them... figured I would keep it here to avoid searching for this information again...

Break Pads

Front Pads Options:
Brembo part no. 07BB03SA
EBC Front Brake Pads FA209/2HH

Rear Pads Options:
EBC Rear Brake Pads FA213HH
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Reply #286 on: April 08, 2021, 06:47:23 pm
Great video.  Thank you for sharing.


And to have as a reference when it comes time to change them... figured I would keep it here to avoid searching for this information again...

Break Pads

Front Pads Options:
Brembo part no. 07BB03SA
EBC Front Brake Pads FA209/2HH

Rear Pads Options:
EBC Rear Brake Pads FA213HH

I appreciate your placing this reference on your thread. Also, if you ever want to skip a car payment and upgrade the Mastercylinder/lever... add this to the list.

BREMBO RCS15 BRAKE Mastercylinder
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Reply #287 on: April 08, 2021, 06:57:27 pm
I appreciate your placing this reference on your thread. Also, if you ever want to skip a car payment and upgrade the Mastercylinder/lever... add this to the list.

BREMBO RCS15 BRAKE Mastercylinder

Duly noted.  That looks nice... will force me to change the levers again... Clutch lever will have to match.



I am fine with the braking on the bike right now... at this moment I was just looking for better pads as recommended by others.

If I ever decide to change the master cylinder I will also look to replace the caliper with whatever comes out of Hog Head's thread.

Video found on this mod:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSAWxQXiDP0

He used the Brembo RCS15 Brake Master Cylinder with a Rizoma Fluid Reservoir Pot CT027 Large Size.  Great looks... love those Rizoma parts.

For the clutch lever - TWM clutch perch with a TMW lever. It’s identical to the Brembo on the RCS15

« Last Edit: April 08, 2021, 07:54:45 pm by wachuko »
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Reply #288 on: April 08, 2021, 08:10:49 pm
If you have bottomless pockets and want the black pack look you could always follow the lead of Harris performance with their Nought Tea 2.0 build. They laced "real" Excel rims onto the stock hubs, increasing the rear rim width from 3.5 to 4.25 inch so they could fit super sticky ContiRoadAttack 3 CR tyres (110/80-18 Front, 150/65-18 Rear).

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Reply #289 on: April 11, 2021, 01:25:31 am
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Reply #290 on: April 20, 2021, 09:47:14 pm
Finished the diagnostics cable... all good.







And I do not believe that I shared a photo with the quick release bolts installed on the seat storage lid.

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Reply #291 on: Yesterday at 05:20:32 pm
I still have ways to go... The tasks pending for my bike:

New tires - I want to switch them to the new Michelin Road Classic
Tubeless setup (either seal existing spoke wheels with the tape and Loctite or replace with tubeless wheels).
Rear turn signals/brake light setup... Not happy with current setup and would like a cleaner and brighter light setup.
Replace brake pads for ECB HH
Paint the indented Royal Enfield letters in the engine case

And then there is the front fairing that Gremlinsteve installed on his bike... from MKDesign... I loved how that came out and doubt I will be able to hold back getting it...



And the triple tree clamp and sprocket cover from Riga...





And long-term, I still want the Scorpion mufflers...

Pretty sure I left a lot more stuff out of this list... there is really no end to this madness...
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