Newbie West Wales

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lepchaun
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Re: Newbie West Wales

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Gejytigger wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 8:14 pm
JC1 if you don’t mind me ask what rear brake set up you using and where is you master cylinder mounted have a nightmare with our set up any help appreciated
start a tread about your brakes saying what the problem is with them and a photo or 2 of them then the advice will start to roll in :respek:

JC1
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Re: Newbie West Wales

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Only just seen this post, will update tomoz …. battery almost gone !!

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Re: Newbie West Wales

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As you can see from the pics master cylinder is welded to the upright, reservoir is under the seat, output then split to each rear wheel. standard slaves on wheels and bog standard reliant set up … and no its not very good !! you do learn to pre-empt all the lights and other idiots on the road ….. however the twin front disk setup is really good so used together it will stop well ….lol

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Re: Newbie West Wales

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Oh and the handbrake balance bar is a big thanks to jinj :thumbsup:

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