Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Harrisburg , PA, USA
Thanks for the thread links.
Never pulled the pads on these but will do that, sand them, and the rotor, brake clean, and go run them to bed them in.
Same on a Harley, although some pulled the rotors and turned them a number of holes and bolted them up and it helped. Mostly I found Lyndal Pads, and keeping the pucks clean, and no issues.
I have never had "exotic" brakes before, so did not know if I should bed them or not, or what nuances these bikes might have. All I know is they do pull you down in a HURRY. I like the rear brake and clutch for slow work. so I do need to resolve it even if I need new/different pads. And now I know since I have linked braking, I need to do it more times.
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