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Old 04-06-2019, 11:16 PM
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Thanks man!
I think for now Iím going to stick to the sport or although Iíll be welding a tap in the left side tus I can install a disk brake if the I donít like the Doroteo ...

What are you doing for brake lines ?
Sorry not sure what you mean in that first paragraph?

You are going to stick with the Sprotor brake setup im guessing?


I will put together my own brake lines, buy fittings then buy the hose to make it all work
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Old 04-07-2019, 01:10 AM
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I got hold of a Performance Machine polished rear brake caliper bracket, perfect if I have to do any modifications, I will simply paint it black when its sorted (I dont want any chrome or polished stuff on my bike at all)

Not sure whether it suits a pre 99 or 2000+ caliper so I will find out in a few days when it arrives hopefully



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