be something very wrong. Is the lever soft? Danny-2-wheels wroteHave you tried replacing the brake fluid and re-bleding the system? I havent, Leaving that to a last attempt. when U say NO seized calipers, did you pump the brake lever with the pads out
Does anyone know the phone number for Trade Direct (or anyone else who deals with Stealth Viper brake discs)?The one I've got (0990 134859) seems to be out of date. HiTry 08705 134859All the bestKeith That one worked Cheers.
That cbr250rr is utterly pointless, the original bike the engine came from is getting to be a classic in its own right, why take the engine out and put it in a wobbly old frame with drum brakes and pretend its a 250-4 race bike... poser.
Someone left the disk lock on and pushed the bike out braking the front mudguard.Its the rwu fork model.They are £95 from Honda, can you offer one cheaper?Please pm me
Who's going to join BRAKE?They are already out there protesting for more speed cameras, I'm watching some woman in Bradford dribbling on about how there aren't enough cameras on the road.There are loads of complaints coming into the beeb from
Just thought I'fd let you all know I finally sorted out my rear anchors today. Involved a master cylinder and caliper strip & rebuild plus the inevitable bleeding session.Now have rear brakes on the Daytona. nice one. any pics of the daytona ?
Just look at how many riders pop out of the bubble (and note the ones who don't) as they brake for turn one on the last lap of the 1990 Rijeka GP.Featuring Stefan Prein, Ralf Waldmann and Loris Capirossi. Epic stuff!
One of the rivets that holds the braking surface to the spider came out last night, luckily only when I was pushing the bike around. Do these rivets commonly fall out and can I use the one that fell out and and just refit it? or do I need a new one
whilst braking - gives me more control for it).Why do you want to know? rainmaker wroteWhy do you want to know?Many thoughts, small head, so they leak out sometimes. dozeville wroteSaw this on the front page and thought you were talking about yer harem
so it would be ready for tommorow. A simple 5 minutes job? Not this time. The pads had been so worn out that the braking material had been worn out completly and the metal of the pad had also been worn out. I have seen this before and its dangerous
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