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Here is how I did mine, it worked good with my forwards, but won't work with your mids. I still need to make some new mounts for the passenger pegs that mount to the swing arm.
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Here is how I did mine, it worked good with my forwards, but won't work with your mids. I still need to make some new mounts for the passenger pegs that mount to the swing arm.
http://xlforum.net/forums/s...d.php?t=763041
I studied yours. You did a great job.

How you liking them now that you're getting used to them?
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What do you think? Here, or should I try to lift it up a little more? It's kind of hard to tell from this picture but the m/c is more under the pipe than it is behind it.

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Watch the size on the master !

Hydraulics get weird !

If you go smaller it needs more stroke and less pressure to apply

Bigger is less stroke and more pressure
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I love mine, they have stayed tight with no leaks. I need to tune the bike a little different now, not sure what it needs. Trying to decide which way I need to go, hard to tell, it runs fine just different than the SE's.
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Watch the size on the master !

Hydraulics get weird !

If you go smaller it needs more stroke and less pressure to apply

Bigger is less stroke and more pressure
This one is 1/2"

I think my stock one is 9/16", so I'm going from 9/16" to 8/16". I'll just have to keep my fingers crossed on that one.
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8/16"

Lemmee get my slide rule.

Ok i got it

more push and less pressure on the pedal

If you go to a 49.5 pilot jet it will negate that !
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A couple questions.
What is the measured width between the mount with the support bracket and the pipe? What is the measured width at the fattest part of the M/C?
You should be able to run that M/C in either position without issue. You will only need 1/4 to 3/8 clearance between the M/C and the pipe if you want to hide it behind the pipe. Do you plan to run the reservoir in the starter area with a line down to the M/C? There should be enough room to run the line behind the back of the motor between the mount and frame
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A couple questions.
What is the measured width between the mount with the support bracket and the pipe? What is the measured width at the fattest part of the M/C?

You should be able to run that M/C in either position without issue. You will only need 1/4 to 3/8 clearance between the M/C and the pipe if you want to hide it behind the pipe. Do you plan to run the reservoir in the starter area with a line down to the M/C? There should be enough room to run the line behind the back of the motor between the mount and frame

There's only a little over 1/2" between the stock m/c mount, and the back of the pipe. The widest part of the new m/c is 1 1/8". The plate I'm going to use for the new mount takes up an additional 1/4". It looks like the m/c will need to be under the pipe because of this. I don't know where I'll mount the reservoir yet, but will be up above somewhere.
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