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post #1 of 1 Old 04-17-2010, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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Finally got my GSXR calipers mounted

I downloaded plans to make my own brackets off of the internet earlier this year. I made the brackets to plan, lets just say that it wasn't close to being right. My Bro in law is good with CAD so we sat down and I told him what needed to be changed and this set is right on the money. What a difference! The brake "Feel" is a whole lot better, MUCH easier to modulate the brakes. I used the stock DL650 master cylinder and it works great. Some are saying that for the best package you should use the radial master cylinder, but this one works fine, I won't be changing it. I get my Race Tech springs and cartridge emulators next week, can't wait to see how much that improves the front end

'05 Silver Wee, Givi crash bars, Scotts dampener, JC top box, Battlewings, Homemade fork brace, GSXR calipers with homemade brackets. TCI Outback luggage System, Mr. Eds Moto custom seat
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