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Old 01-09-2013, 12:25 PM   #11
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Re: FREE brake bleeding pump!!!

Oh, and Jay, I believe the size for the OEM master cylinder on the R6 and the calipers is all M8x1.25
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Old 01-09-2013, 12:31 PM   #12
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Thanks Adam!! I knew the Pirellis would be right up your alley. The epic quick turn in is more than addictive!


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Hell yeah man! How many weekends you think they'll last me? They've only got one weekend on them, but they're wearing almost like slicks/DOT's... Showing a ton of wear... hahaha Makes me feel fast... Looking at them, but not even close to most of the fast guys and how crazy their tires wear...
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Hell yeah man! How many weekends you think they'll last me? They've only got one weekend on them, but they're wearing almost like slicks/DOT's... Showing a ton of wear... hahaha Makes me feel fast... Looking at them, but not even close to most of the fast guys and how crazy their tires wear...
You should be getting a LOT of track time out of em man. You may be running the rear pressure on the low side if they are wearing that fast. Depending on how big the rubber balls are on it, you can usually determine if you're running too low of pressure or not!
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Old 01-09-2013, 12:47 PM   #14
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You should be getting a LOT of track time out of em man. You may be running the rear pressure on the low side if they are wearing that fast. Depending on how big the rubber balls are on it, you can usually determine if you're running too low of pressure or not!
They're relatively small... They're not wearing THAT fast... Just much more so then the 2ct's that were originally on... No worries, I love them! I was just curious when I'd need to look at getting another set... I was running, what? 26/28 cold I believe is what you told me? I need to keep a journal and keep my pressures and all recorded. You told me before, and that's what I set them at, and checked them at... Course they were a couple PSI after laps... But they were working so perfectly. I dropped 2 psi in the rear and they were really hooking up well for me... Idk, just something I'll have to play with and find that sweet spot of operating temps and PSI...

Thanks again for everything bro! I could not be more happy with the bike! I'll e-mail you this week once I get a list together! I need an oil change kit, and a couple other things I can't remember right now... I'll be in touch bro!

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Old 01-09-2013, 01:01 PM   #15
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They're relatively small... They're not wearing THAT fast... Just much more so then the 2ct's that were originally on... No worries, I love them! I was just curious when I'd need to look at getting another set... I was running, what? 26/28 cold I believe is what you told me? I need to keep a journal and keep my pressures and all recorded. You told me before, and that's what I set them at, and checked them at... Course they were a couple PSI after laps... But they were working so perfectly. I dropped 2 psi in the rear and they were really hooking up well for me... Idk, just something I'll have to play with and find that sweet spot of operating temps and PSI...

Thanks again for everything bro! I could not be more happy with the bike! I'll e-mail you this week once I get a list together! I need an oil change kit, and a couple other things I can't remember right now... I'll be in touch bro!

I shoot for 31/26 HOT on em F/R

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I shoot for 31/26 HOT on em F/R

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Old 01-10-2013, 12:09 AM   #18
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Is there some sort of advantage to these ones over the stainless steel ones on eBay for $36 for 3 of them besides these ones coming with an anodized cap?
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Most speed bleeders make their seal in the caliper with a coating kinda like a loc-tite. It wears down over time and can introduce air into your brake system. They also will wear the threads inside the caliper over time and that also will introduce air into the brake system.

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Is there some sort of advantage to these ones over the stainless steel ones on eBay for $36 for 3 of them besides these ones coming with an anodized cap?
Please see above. The answer is yes. Compare the two and you will see that you loosen the cheap ones in the caliper and the seal goes to shit. They beat up the threads in the caliper too.

These go into the caliper and stay there, and you loosen a precisely machined bleeder on top of the base not chafing the threads in your calipers to death.
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