So did your rotors and pads suffer more then usuall?Well ... A piece of my experience. After installing a hidden caliper and new rear pads, I rided about 27-28 thousand kilometers. Didn't know any problems. Absolutely. The day before yesterday I discovered this:
I remembered this topic yestoday, because:
In my case, the life of the pads suffered by 5-10%. And I'm happy! Not seeing the caliper is cool!)))
Best endorsement I've seen yet. I'll be doing this in the near future as I'm finally going to change my exhaust and will be looking to clean up the rear wheel too.I've been running without it for yrs
And haven't had any problems...
Also have the hidden brake caliper and
There is an area you'd have to remove. It's not hard to do really.Talked to Kyle one thing I didn't know is the hidden caliper needs some grinding to the swingarm. So since my swingarm was done by another vendor I'm waiting to receive it and check if I have clearance. Dont want to grind it and have it re powder coated.
Just thought I would add this in case someone searches this thread.
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Agreed, only had nip that tab on the caliper. Honestly never even heard of having to grind the swingarm like that. My swingarm kit with hidden caliper was done by performance edge maybe they grind itAll I had to do was remove that brake line holding tab...
If correct when you get ur Swingarm modified that area is removed and ready to go
At least my Swingarm was
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