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post #11 of 27 Old 07-18-2015, 11:56 AM
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so can you use the stock zx10r lever on that master or do you need the lever as well?

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I swapped to the zx6 Nissin calipers, stainless lines and Galfer 1300 pads, high initial bite and they never fade
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Rear has ebc HH, but I rarely use rear brakes

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so can you use the stock zx10r lever on that master or do you need the lever as well?

You need the lever also.
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Thanks for the info . New brake pads , stainless lines , and R1 master cylinder . I feel good improvements and hope even better after the pads seat.
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Thinking I may have to go the R1 m/c route. Unhappy with the soft lever and lack of feel in the brakes on my track bike, even after a very thorough bleeding with a mityvac. Granted, I'm still running the stock rubber brake lines. Demo'd a brand new 1299 a couple weeks back with the Brembo M50 setup, and the feel was just unreal...
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I like the improvement, but still needs some attention. Ordering new pads different compound possibly the brand Sky recommended .
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I like the improvement, but still needs some attention. Ordering new pads different compound possibly the brand Sky recommended .
What do you think has been the biggest bang for the buck so far? I have some EBC sintered pads that seem to hold up really well to the heat of the track, and I don't experience any fade. Just never been happy with the soft lever feel.
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