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Re: Street Triple 675 '11 - new project
« Reply #30 on: August 01, 2019, 06:29:14 PM »
Hello all!
The project has already been completed. Unfortunately, I do not have the possibility to check the effects of the modification yet.
But let me tell you - everything looks very nice.









Time to drink some beer  :031: or forks oil with vodka and ice  :038:
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Re: Street Triple 675 '11 - new project
« Reply #31 on: August 01, 2019, 07:28:15 PM »
Looks great. It will be really interesting to hear what the brakes are like. I'm guessing the Brembo master cylinder with these callipers will be awesome!

Don't forget a little bit of lime with the fork oil and vodka  :001:

If it helps, the day after I had the wire taken out of my finger, I tried to ride my R1 and snapped the bone in my finger as soon as I pulled the clutch. Oops! At least you won't ha e that problem. I hope you can go for a ride as soon as possible.

Anyway, congratulations!

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Re: Street Triple 675 '11 - new project
« Reply #32 on: August 02, 2019, 02:39:17 PM »
Thank yoy!  :002:
Mirrors will be next week. I ordered in Italy, and waiting for it.

In secret - I planing new upgrade - but it is quite expensive - then I have to work a bit for it ;)
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Re: Street Triple 675 '11 - new project
« Reply #33 on: August 21, 2019, 06:47:01 AM »
Hi! I have ridden few times yet and...Front forks and back suspension from Daytona makes they job very well. They springs are much more stronger. No need to change them even if my weight is 100 kg. Brakes - I write about them at the evening.
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Re: Street Triple 675 '11 - new project
« Reply #34 on: August 21, 2019, 05:11:36 PM »
About the brakes.  The brakes that I installed, i.e. the Tokico calipers and Brembo pads - are very fossil-able and perform very well, but when installing them I expected that, apart from the dosage they have, they will be furiously biting into the brake discs.  This is not the case.  They simply slow down sensitively, but without any fireworks.  I intend to test the Brembo replica options from Aliexpress.  Please, don't beat me for it.
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Re: Street Triple 675 '11 - new project
« Reply #35 on: August 21, 2019, 05:29:09 PM »
*Originally Posted by figer [+]
About the brakes.  The brakes that I installed, i.e. the Tokico calipers and Brembo pads - are very fossil-able and perform very well, but when installing them I expected that, apart from the dosage they have, they will be furiously biting into the brake discs.  This is not the case.  They simply slow down sensitively, but without any fireworks.  I intend to test the Brembo replica options from Aliexpress.  Please, don't beat me for it.

The Tokico brakes look very similar to my ZX10r, possibly the same. From memory each pistion is the same size, unlike the stock R models that have big pistons and little pistons. I guess that's why they don't bite furiously? Surely that's a good thing, no? Or do you want MASSIVE stopping power? A boat anchor? Sometimes I want more powerful brakes, sometimes I'm quite happy with what I have. However  the brakes on the 765 RS made me a little jealous!

Hope the AliExpress brakes are good  :002:

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Re: Street Triple 675 '11 - new project
« Reply #36 on: August 21, 2019, 09:33:34 PM »
*Originally Posted by OuzoStreet [+]
The Tokico brakes look very similar to my ZX10r, possibly the same. From memory each pistion is the same size, unlike the stock R models that have big pistons and little pistons. I guess that's why they don't bite furiously? Surely that's a good thing, no? Or do you want MASSIVE stopping power? A boat anchor? Sometimes I want more powerful brakes, sometimes I'm quite happy with what I have. However  the brakes on the 765 RS made me a little jealous!

Hope the AliExpress brakes are good  :002:
We will see. They looks awesome.


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Re: Street Triple 675 '11 - new project
« Reply #37 on: August 21, 2019, 09:40:57 PM »
Wow, how much did they cost? I want some immediately! Are they a similar weight to the genuine ones?

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Re: Street Triple 675 '11 - new project
« Reply #38 on: August 22, 2019, 07:52:37 PM »
They're very light, but I started dispute with the seller.
The manufacturer did not make the caliper just like the original one, but increased the spacing of the mounting screws from 100 to 108. In the original 108 mm calipers, the offset is different from 100 mm.  The calipers do not match completely.  They cannot be attached. I waiting for their answer.



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Re: Street Triple 675 '11 - new project
« Reply #39 on: August 22, 2019, 08:02:23 PM »
That's really annoying. Good luck with the dispute. I hope they don't just try to give you some money back..."here, have a 30% refund and keep them". That's why I stopped using AliExpress.

 


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