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post #1 of 11 Old 05-19-2019, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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AGRAS bracket

Selling my AGRAS bracket for 2011-19 ZX10R. Purchased to switch to an underswung rear caliper. No longer going to.

$200 shipped in the US.
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bump $190 shipped
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bump! $180 Shipped
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what's the point beyond looks? just curious? guessing it would require new rear lines correct? so is there bennificial purpose or just looks
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Many of us switched so we could run a better rear caliper set-up. Yes it does require a custom brake line. I have a spare line somewhere as I am running a thumb brake currently.
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Does the orignal brake-caliper fits, ore do i need to change that aswell, and do i have to change the rear-disc?

I guess that the chain-adjuster fits to the braket, what model is it on the picture?

Do you ship the part to Sweden?

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nice, not sure why the hell kawi puts brembo master and front caliper on the gen 5 but shitty setup on rear even when my marchesini wheels say brembo on the rear as well. and the braided lines are also brembo. so the upgraded master is rad. I love the look
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Does the orignal brake-caliper fits, ore do i need to change that aswell, and do i have to change the rear-disc?

I guess that the chain-adjuster fits to the braket, what model is it on the picture?

Do you ship the part to Sweden?

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the chain adjuster is a Lighttech unit and it fits where the axel blocks usually would go, has nothing to do with the caliper bracket I don't think.
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the chain adjuster is a Lighttech unit and it fits where the axel blocks usually would go, has nothing to do with the caliper bracket I don't think.
Hi.
Run with thumbbrake today, and have enough brake hose so it is enough even if I have to pull it to undermount brake caliper
Shouldn't the Lichtteck unit be screwed into the caliper bracket?
The meaning should be that you can get "fixed mounted" brake caliper at the rear, so the tire change goes faster and easier
Otherwise, I don't really see the benefit of replacing the bracket, except that you can choose another option on the rear brake caliper.
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