Thinking of it.Are you going to do the captive brake caliper too Ben
Seth!He's not sleeping you noob. How do you think the front end of that bike is staying off the ground? Mental levitation. That's how
Why do you think I have more pics like that on my pc than nekkid birds?Well..Now I need a tissue.
Should have looked slower then!Fck Mark!
Dont you know that i have heart problems...
Gotta take these opportunities when I can get them! :flex:I don't like playing the picture game with Mark, he always wins.
Bloody kids, they talk funny these days...i meant that in a purely good way :lol
'Magnet mod' - You can either by endurance spec calipers with magnets pre-installed and wider pad openings etc. or you can make your own piston inserts and bond them in. I don't know of anyone that makes inserts personally.
I agree. Unless you're racing and need an ultra quick wheelchange setup, adding magnets is just weight you can do without.Cheers Mark. Sounds like more effort than its worth... whittling away at magnets lol and calipers are at least 12 months away and I doubt they will be big bad endurance calipers.
Exactly. My bike is lucky to travel 2000km a year so wheels don't come of much at all.I agree. Unless you're racing and need an ultra quick wheelchange setup, adding magnets is just weight you can do without.
The kit in this thread is very cool, nice looking and a decent mod if you like that sort of thing, but like Sethlington said, use the pinch bolts on the road or for trackday use.
I guess if it can withstand racing conditions it would be safe for me to pootle around on with safety wire but not worth the risk.Yes Eli, the one side that holds the threaded spacer will have the pinch bolts done up and torqued down, the other side will be loose to allow the axle to just slide in and out. If you look at his pics you can see he has the right side safety wired to stop them coming all the way out as they are not tight.