Re: 2018 R6 - Braking Performance Upgrade
When I purchased my 2 2018 R6ís in May, I was unpleasantly surprised at the stock brake feel. The street one was a gift for my son, so I wanted to leave the ABS functioning. I installed stainless lines and EBC Extreme Pro pads. This was a huge improvement in power and feel.
On my R6, the plan was to make a nice track bike, so I removed the ABS system, installed Brembo T Drive rotors, Brembo M4 Monoblock calipers, Brembo RCS 19 master cylinder, stainless lines, and BST carbon wheels. Unfortunately, I got hit by a suburban while I was test riding the new 2020 BMW S1000RR and spent 5 days in the trauma center with a dozen broken bones, so I havenít been able to ride for a couple of months while I heal. I have every reason to believe that the bike will have excellent braking performance.
2 2018 R6ís, white (street for my son) SOLD after I got hit by a suburban while riding 2020 S1000RR. Blue (track bike). BST, Graves, Tune, smog plates, Brembo master cylinder and M4 calipers and T-Drive rotors, Carbonin bodywork, speedcell battery, ÷hlins full suspension, Dunlop slicks.
2018 Ducati Panigale V4S Akrapovic full system, Sprint P-08 air filter, Brentune Up map. BST carbon wheels, lighter rear rotor, smog plates, 15,000rpm limiter, lightech rearsets, Brembo Supersport rotors, Pramac Racing triple clamp, Pramac carbon fiber brake ducts. Taller windscreen. Ilmberger carbon fiber lower bodywork. Carbon fenders. Carbon brake and clutch levers. Dry clutch conversion from V4R
2018 BMW R1200GS Rallye Akrapovic titanium system and BrenTune
2019 Ninja 400, Spark titanium full system, lithium battery, smog plates, quickshifter (wifeyís Bike).
2019 Aprilia RSV4 Factory 1100. Full Akrapovic, Sprint filter, Brentune, 1 tooth smaller front sprocket, carbon fiber fenders, carbon levers, Bonamici rearsets with GP shift.