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Old 12-21-2009, 03:53 PM   #1
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MY NEW HB setup!!!!



here is my old setup:

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i wanted to be like bill dixon (Full Throttle INC). so, i made this:

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Notice the two stock brackets welded together!!!

im waiting on my new dual quad setup:

600rr

so i rocked it for a day. linked tha 2 calipers to get a little more out of it...

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Old 12-21-2009, 03:56 PM   #2
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it actually worked great, aside for the single caliper design is kinda weak....

....and the wheel is a motherfokka to get on....
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it actually worked great, aside for the single caliper design is kinda weak....

....and the wheel is a motherfokka to get on....
I can't imagine how much of a pita that wheel is to get on....



I bet that brake is "touchy" now
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I bet that brake is "touchy" now


i like it, i did take me a couple days to get comfortable, now i cant go back....
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ill build you one for $13

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Old 12-21-2009, 05:27 PM   #9
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didnt the guy that did burn outs at asi on a blue n red f4i have a both conected to one line?? i think the bike was in the new judgement day vid
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so i rocked it for a day. linked tha 2 calipers to get a little more out of it...
i have this setup on my bike. works pretty good. the foot brake is a little over kill. but that is easily fixed by moving your foot brake lower. have fun bleeding it. lol i know i did.....
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Looks good.
As far as bleeding it, if you take the lower caliper off and hold it higher than the top caliper you can bleed from there with a vacuum pump quickly.
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said he was already runin it means already bled it. mens hes already killin it!
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oh mybad. i missed that part. but why would you loop both caliper together? that a little too to much over kill. i guess whatever works.
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i have this setup on my bike. works pretty good. the foot brake is a little over kill. but that is easily fixed by moving your foot brake lower. have fun bleeding it. lol i know i did.....
bleeding is simple...
get a vacuum bleeder foolio!
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Old 12-22-2009, 01:42 AM   #15
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oh mybad. i missed that part. but why would you loop both caliper together? that a little too to much over kill. i guess whatever works.
the two single piston linked together is weaker than a single 4 piston...
and i want the four piston for my footbrake thats why i changed my setup, for the extra feel, and piwer...

the picture was a joke, showing my old setup....i just got bored waiting on the new FTi setup to come in so i put my old gangsta setup for some feedack (laughs/hate) out of boredum...

dual singles linked is $$$ if you dont have a 4 piston setup

duals linked is twice the power!!! less effort...cant be on off like a light switch....
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HB? hater breaker? looks crazy dude
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Old 12-26-2009, 11:34 PM   #18
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The worst part about putting dual 4 pistons on your bike is finding the 4pistons used, after that they are the hotness. I love the FTI ones, i sell a lot of them and never have a problem. Unless someone forgets to shave their brake pads down or the caliper,

Here are the directions if anyone needs them.
http://naarden.biz/store/FP%20Virtua...structions.asp
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Old 12-28-2009, 06:04 PM   #19
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+1 it didnt take long to have to shave them, its very easy...
i cant believe that someone would actually buy the pads...
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