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Old 04-12-2008, 09:00 PM   #1
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vibration from front brakes??

recently got some carrozerrias on a 07 r1 and since then it vibrates under heavy breaking. any ideas? I cleaned the pads and rotors with some fine sandpaper but no help. some legit solutions would be appreciated.
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you might of slightly bent your rotors..
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Could be one of several things (or combination of).

1. Slightly warped rotors
2. Bad floating spacers
3. Floating caliper pins are sticking
4. Wheel needs re-balance
5. Tire issue

Check, clean, reinstall and see what happens.
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aight, ill check those, but i dont think the rotors are warped casue this didnt happen before, i honestly think that someone in the service dept. F@#$ed something up or forgot something. ill double check everything.
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aight, ill check those, but i dont think the rotors are warped casue this didnt happen before, i honestly think that someone in the service dept. F@#$ed something up or forgot something. ill double check everything.
..as I replied to one other post...it's cause it's a Yamahahahahaha and and R1 Kidding.....hope u get it figured out soon though
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Do the rotors sit flush with the hub?

Were the rotor bolts torqued properly?

If you bring the bike by I can measure run out on the rotors for you.
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