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Old 31-Oct-2009, 12:56 PM
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want super dooper breaks

Just some advice please. Im laying the bike up for the winter and was thinking of updating the brakes on my 996r. Ive already put on aftermarket Brembo master cylinder and Brembo HPK Discs. I now want to change the fork bottoms to radial ones and put aftermarket Brembo calipers on. Ive been advised re the 1098 off the shelf calipers, but want some more bang for my buck. I still want Brembo.

Is there any of you guys out there currently using top of the range Brembo brake calipers and would you recommend them?, is so which model etc.

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Old 31-Oct-2009, 03:46 PM
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If you have SERIOUS money to spend - have a look at these . . .

Brembo MonoBloc Radials - 108mm 2 Pad with Ti Pistons
MotoCorse Radial Fork Bottoms
996RS Discs
Ohlins R&T's




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Old 31-Oct-2009, 06:30 PM
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I can supply to some dooper dooper discs!! At an amazing price!

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