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Old 08-04-2009, 04:47 PM   #1
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www.thestuntfactory.com

Anyone have any input on the quality and pricing for the stuff they carry?

I found them in a google search for a hand brake kit and found they have combo packages. Are these worth looking into if i descide to turn my bike into a stunt bike?

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Old 08-04-2009, 04:58 PM   #2
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Old 08-04-2009, 06:20 PM   #4
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i'm gonna guess his rr since they don't sell 50 stuff
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theres NO such thing as a "good" cheap handbrake, unless you steal one...
but dont be a thief i'll personally kill you, and molest your dead body

you really at the very least need a "REAL" radial master cylinder, but setup is personal preference...i personally like dual calipers
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theres NO such thing as a "good" cheap handbrake, unless you steal one...
but dont be a thief i'll personally kill you, and molest your dead body

you really at the very least need a "REAL" radial master cylinder, but setup is personal preference...i personally like dual calipers
werd. i want the dual caliper. but you dont need it
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handbrake for what bike?
It would be for my rr. I would rather pay more for a good quality setup over a cheap setup i'll have to worry about.

What do you guys run on your bikes? Do you like it?
I've heard of guys having to pump their handbrake a couple times before it starts to grab when going back and forth. Is this a normal issue on the HB setups?
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It would be for my rr. I would rather pay more for a good quality setup over a cheap setup i'll have to worry about.

What do you guys run on your bikes? Do you like it?
I've heard of guys having to pump their handbrake a couple times before it starts to grab when going back and forth. Is this a normal issue on the HB setups?
this is one reason to run a dual caliper setup...if you switch between hb and fb, then there is a bit of mush for a moment...

i run a brembo 16x18 radial master cylinder, steel braided lines, with the hohey "streetfighterz" dual caliper bracket (allows you to run a 4 piston front brake caliper) i made my own bracket out of aluminum at first with a dual (single piston) caliper setup and a 636 radial master and it worked good. but you cant beat with the setup i have now. the brembo and magura master cylinders are definitely THE BEST. just be ready to get off your wallet cause it costs almost $600 for the caliper, bracket, line, resevior, radial master cylinder that i have now.
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I wasnt aware that they were still in business I remember them and stuntcandy way back in the day.
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this is one reason to run a dual caliper setup...if you switch between hb and fb, then there is a bit of mush for a moment...

i run a brembo 16x18 radial master cylinder, steel braided lines, with the hohey "streetfighterz" dual caliper bracket (allows you to run a 4 piston front brake caliper) i made my own bracket out of aluminum at first with a dual (single piston) caliper setup and a 636 radial master and it worked good. but you cant beat with the setup i have now. the brembo and magura master cylinders are definitely THE BEST. just be ready to get off your wallet cause it costs almost $600 for the caliper, bracket, line, resevior, radial master cylinder that i have now.
i re did claytons et up with my own on the f4i and im running the adapter and i have no mushy part when switching between the two.
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then maybe there isnt any advantage to a dual setup?...
FTI has a dual four piston setup now too, it looks tight, but that sounds like a bit much, i dunno tho
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then maybe there isnt any advantage to a dual setup?...
FTI has a dual four piston setup now too, it looks tight, but that sounds like a bit much, i dunno tho
i think the dual setup has a better feel to it all the time. mine always feels a bit mushy. and not as predictable as the dual calipers
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I need to check out yalls bikes one of these days so i can visually see exactly what you guys are talking about.

Are there companies where i can buy a whole package with the dual setup? Or would it have to be a mix and match kind of thing?
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check out full throttle or gp tech or hohey all make handbrakes. i dont know what each offers for your bike though. i know javi has a sick dual caliper set up. and a nice brembo on it. but his set up is pretty expensive. its NICE though
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check out full throttle or gp tech or hohey all make handbrakes. i dont know what each offers for your bike though. i know javi has a sick dual caliper set up. and a nice brembo on it. but his set up is pretty expensive. its NICE though
Sweet. Imma check their sites today and see what i can find.

Javi's bike is nice. Seems like he's got some top of the line parts all over that bike.
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I was just on their website lookin at their combo packages and i liked what i saw.. Them and full throttle inc seemed like they had what i would need.

I liked the Hohey dual caliper setup combo they had:
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I also liked the Fullthrottleinc. setup too:

Premium complete single caliper handbrake kit
This kit contains everything you need to set up a professional level handbrake kit and will enable you to mount your clutch lever directly above the handbrake lever for control of both at the same time. You will have to purchase DOT 4 brake fluid, but everything else you need to control the rear brake from the handlebar (as well as the foot pedal) is included. This kit consists of the tried and true Fullthrottleinc Super-Duty Adaptor, a stainless steel braided brake line and a premium quality Magura 13mm Radial master cylinder with remote reservoir. With this master cylinder you will experience fantastic lever sensitivity, minimal lever effort and great feedback at the lever. $335.00
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Javi's a dealer. Any stunt parts you need. Javi can get it. Just give him a call. He'll put you in the right track. From start to finshed.
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I just became dealer for fti and ordered their new 4 piston kit for a 600rr, the setup defiantly has really good feel. we just used a gsxr master,
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