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Old 08-27-2013, 08:20 PM   #1
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Triple Caliper 300mm Rear HB??

First off i'll start with I stunt minis: circles, standups, staggers, etc... and do the occasional POW POW on the street bike, thats it. I've seen Dual caliper rear handbrake setups and obviously understand what its for and how its used etc.

but TRIPLE caliper 300-320mm rear brakes! a little much? necessary? bling factor?

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some people in the world stunt cant never get enough brake. reason is then it comes to handbrake and foot brake running front calipers have more feel and less finger pump. if you really stunted you would know why they make handbrake kits like this.
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As previously stated in OP, I stunt minis. Sure is alot of rear brake.
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Old 08-28-2013, 12:43 PM   #6
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I am mixed when it comes to this. Its awesome and makes it easy. You won't get tired pumping that brake all day cause it takes no effort. Thats the bonus there however. At what point is it a street bike with a litle help and what point does it become so modified and purpose built that it loses all connection to high speed agressive sport bikes?
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