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  • speedzter Posts: 1729
    The 'Rat
    Motor Head speedzter
    11 Jan 2019 02:59 PM
    Quoting Big Steve on 10 Jan 2019 01:40 PM
    Nice one

    Yes well spotted on the GSXR750 Brembos.

    I almost bought new monoblocs then a cheap set popped up on ebay in Italy so I jumped on them.

    My only concerns are:
    - Fitment might be a bit close for my 16" wheel. As you cahn see my mounts don't keep the calipers as close to the forks as the speed merch jobs do.
    - I'll like the improved braking performance on my 2010 so much I'll want to do the upgrade on my 2014 (and not sure what complexities are added because of ABS)

    I'm all for bling when its functional.

    Quoting fatslim on 11 Jan 2019 12:14 AM
    Big Steve, 
                  Your swish brackets are for the 11 1/2" discs, or did you opt for the 13" disc variety? 13's might be tight on the 16". My glitter guts wheels are 18", plenty of room.
    The improvement in braking is really in feel. Not as mushy as the originals.
    Stopping power similar to original without reefing on the lever as hard.
    ABS is catered for by Goodridge lines. Not as fancy as the Venhill fittings. Phone John Stanmas in QLD 07 5447 741. Yeah, that's a plug.
    Quoting Big Steve on 11 Jan 2019 06:03 AM
    Correct I have mounts for 11.5s (It'll be close but i'm confident/hopefull) If not then I'll just have to go 18" Rim.

    The hesitance for doing the 14 as well is that it has all magnum shielding brake lines/splitter box etc. 
    Aren't the stock Rotors 11.8" on the Fatbob's ?
    Looking at the radial mounting blocks, Fatslim's mount puts the caliper much closer to the wheel center than your's Big Steve ?
    Just by eye, if Fatslim is using an 11.8" rotor,  it doesn't look like the diameter will be big enough ?


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  • fatslim Posts: 190
    Stock Poster fatslim
    12 Jan 2019 12:56 AM
    Quoting fatslim on 11 Jan 2019 12:14 AM
    Big Steve, 
                  Your swish brackets are for the 11 1/2" discs, or did you opt for the 13" disc variety? 13's might be tight on the 16". My glitter guts wheels are 18", plenty of room.
    The improvement in braking is really in feel. Not as mushy as the originals.
    Stopping power similar to original without reefing on the lever as hard.
    ABS is catered for by Goodridge lines. Not as fancy as the Venhill fittings. Phone John Stanmas in QLD 07 5447 741. Yeah, that's a plug.
    Quoting Big Steve on 11 Jan 2019 06:03 AM
    Correct I have mounts for 11.5s (It'll be close but i'm confident/hopefull) If not then I'll just have to go 18" Rim.

    The hesitance for doing the 14 as well is that it has all magnum shielding brake lines/splitter box etc. 
    Quoting speedzter on 11 Jan 2019 02:59 PM
    Aren't the stock Rotors 11.8" on the Fatbob's ?
    Looking at the radial mounting blocks, Fatslim's mount puts the caliper much closer to the wheel center than your's Big Steve ?
    Just by eye, if Fatslim is using an 11.8" rotor,  it doesn't look like the diameter will be big enough ?


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    Interesting observation speedzter....
    I have the Stinger disc rotors, pretty certain they are 11.5" ( or 292mm for us regular folk )

    Big Steve, question here, have you fitted up a wheel with discs to the bike?

  • speedzter Posts: 1729
    The 'Rat
    Motor Head speedzter
    12 Jan 2019 01:29 AM
    Pretty sure all Dyna's since about 2006 went to 11.8" rotors (front - rear is still 11.5").
  • fatslim Posts: 190
    Stock Poster fatslim
    12 Jan 2019 09:30 AM
    Quoting speedzter on 12 Jan 2019 01:29 AMedited: 12 Jan 2019 01:37 AM
    Pretty sure all Dyna's since about 2006 went to 11.8" rotors (front - rear is still 11.5").
    You're correct speedzter, I stand corrected. 
    Hard to measure accurately when they're on the bike, but yes, they appear to be 11.8" or 300mm. 

    Back to comparing Big Steves brackets....
    There's 80mm between the top mount surface and the centre line of the lower fork slider fixing hole.
    Big Steve, what's your measurement? 

    On mine, the pad surface area sweep safety margin on the outer rim of the disc is minimal, visible, but minimal.
    Could we PM each other to further this subject?
  • A1oz Posts: 11
    Stock Poster A1oz
    19 Jan 2019 08:14 PM
    This is my FatBob, it is a  2009 CVO 117 stage 5 with 265 cams, too many other mods to mention lol HD Forums Australia - 4EAB910E-54AC-4C4C-B674-3FED5527697C.jpeg

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  • paulybronco Posts: 10996
    Forum Legend paulybronco
    19 Jan 2019 10:33 PM
    Cool, how do you get it to 117 cubes....
  • Retroman Posts: 1005
    The far west
    Performance Poster Retroman
    20 Jan 2019 03:05 PM

    Stage 5 FFsake ? Them's a LOT of stages..

    I have retuned plenty of 110 upgrade/builds these last coupla years.

    Various 110 builds were a big favourite with a coupla of the local Indy shops.

    From 2007 and up. All different Software tuning packages required.

    Yet to see one of these puppies...

  • Ratbob Posts: 699
    Adelaide Hills
    Performance Poster Ratbob
    20 Jan 2019 04:27 PM
    Quoting paulybronco on 19 Jan 2019 10:33 PM
    Cool, how do you get it to 117 cubes....
    Hi Pauly, there is/was an SE 110 to 117 conversion kit for CVOs which included 259e cams. Buggered if I can find anything on a 265 cam though. Maybe A1 meant a 266 cam, horrid things, way too revvy for me especially in a 117 but we ain’t all the same.
    Thought about the 117 kit for mine but figured it was a dim investment, but finding a used bike with the surgery completed is brilliant. 
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