Hope you can make that one work as it is not off an LT, but then that may not matter as long as the up pipe is long enough.
And that was the rub, the up pipe is too short and the banjo has the wrong angle. I made it work, but do NOT recommend it. The good news is that normal reservoir down type bleeding (working alone, my arms are long) flushed the whole system with no problems. The bike is on the road with no wigwams and solid, firm brakes. First test was to clamp on the front handle going down my steep wet gravel driveway. It worked fine, you can tell it's an early, a bit crude, ABS but hey stopped and upright is good!
I'm going to have to revisit brake lines but at least I have been able to ride the bike enough to know it is worth some further efforts to run it long distance. A used ebay final drive fixed that
issue, next up is a fresh rear tire. Shinko 777 HD most likely.
Put the wife aboard and did an 80 mile run in the rain. Should NOT have done that, she says accommodations in the rear suite are quite comfortable, rain? she didn't feel no rain back there. So; will it be the Connie 14 for me or the K bike to keep her nibs happy?
3 DIFFERENT bleed nut sizes, including the ever popular 7mm on the ABS module nipples??? Are you kidding me?
PPS a front caliper from a K1200GT was plug and play even though it's Brembo not Tokico.