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This assembly guide helps correctly assemble the parts of the kit together.
The kit contents may include an excess of screws and hardware.
Prepare the hub by pre-screwing the 6 screws + 6 nuts as shown in the photo below:
You can then attach this hub in place of the original brake drum. Approach all screws evenly and firmly before tightening the lock nut against the hub.
Assembly of the system.
- Using two screws each equipped with a flat washer plus a spring washer, attach the brake caliper to the bracket as follows:
- Prepare the lower fixing using two large screws. Place a nut on each of these screws. Both nuts will be used to properly secure the rear brake master cylinder.
- The last screw at the end of the brake support will allow you to attach the kit's tension rod to the motorcycle chassis (locks the system's rotation).
Secure the rear brake master cylinder using two additional nuts:
Installation of the brake pedal linkage.
Short version (use a single rod that can be cut if necessary):
Long version (using the extension. Move the spring and washer then use a nut plus a lock nut to secure the spring on the extension):
The kit is ready.
Reinstall the wheel with the new hub:
- Place the O-ring on the inner shoulder:
- Position the protection flange (the markings on the seal should face you):
- Attach the disc using the 4 screws with blue threadlocker (the markings on the disc should face you):
- Use shims and washers to center the rear wheel
- Install the bracket equipped with the master cylinder and the caliper before reinserting the wheel axle:
- Attach the brake fluid reservoir, the pedal linkage, and the tension rod to the chassis.
You just need to bleed the system using DOT4 fluid before enjoying effective braking!