I just did my front brake lines, too... and a new exhaust, air filter, oil change, chain and sprockets...Moses said:...but now she's all back together with:
new, hopefully non-defective, Power Commander :headbang
Galfer SS brake lines with speedbleeders
K&N air filter
That didn't take too longdiamond said:I just did my front brake lines, too... and a new exhaust, air filter, oil change, chain and sprockets...
I got a great deal on a high mount titanium M4 (ebay).Moses said:That didn't take too long
What exhaust did you go with...another Akrapovic?
What brake lines? I think I'm going to like the Galfers. The install was extremely easy with the use of the speedbleeders...except for bleeding the master cylinder...that was a PITA!
I'll have to get back to you on that...I rode it a whole 3-4 miles this afternoon straight home. I was hoping to get out this afternoon but, like usual, the rain is rolling thru.Jake said:Looks like fun Brian. How does she feel now after the mods?
It must of been a modding weekend. I just installed a Power Commander on the ZX10 and had it custom mapped. What a difference!!
I noticed right away that the brakes on the 750 had improved. It's nice to have a rear brake that actually works!Moses said:I'll have to get back to you on that...I rode it a whole 3-4 miles this afternoon straight home. I was hoping to get out this afternoon but, like usual, the rain is rolling thru.
The brakes feel just as good if not better. I've talked to alot of people that say they will firm up after a few miles of riding. How are yours? I know you installed some a couple of months ago on the 750.
If you're looking for a guy who does really good custom map work you could always try the guy I took my bikes to. He works at Mike's Cycle Shop in Menasha. It's a little bit of a ride but I've found his work to be well worth it.Moses said:No real difference with the Powercommander because I've been riding around with one for the last 2K + miles. I've been using the map Dynojet made available for a 600RR with a Jardine slip-on with a stock or aftermarket air filter. I've also got the Accelerator Pump feature enabled. I'm hoping to get in for a custom map soon...I've been promised some dyno time at a local shop.
Speedbleeders replace the stock bleeders and make bleeding your brakes a one person job...Josh Lassiter said:hey guys, what are speedbleeders? Are they located up by the master cyl?