GCinDC wrote:rear caliper w/ attached banjo at left. lever cable at right broke off banjo end, shown pointing up here:
i'd thought the new shimano fitting (black) would slide into calipers/lever body, but you can see it obviously won't fit.
but if i could find a reducer for the black fitting (7.8mm including threads) to mate the old hollow bolt (5.9mm including threads), i would do that.
or, there must be a shimano hyro hose/fitting that would screw into the existing sized body, but how to find??
Lenk42602 wrote:universal hose kit, comes with a bunch of different fittings for all manufacturer-specific fittings:
http://www.amazon.com/Brake-Disc-Hose-U ... B004NN3BSS
(i know this wil work, had to order a kit for my rear wheel)
Lenk42602 wrote:or you can just do a buy for the fittings only:
http://compare.ebay.com/like/2907063538 ... si=y&cbt=y
Duc998 wrote:mind if I ask you where u got your 44T and chainguard mate?
Duc998 wrote:Got my 9c in ok, bit worried about the offset with 26" with 2.2 tyre.
GCinDC wrote:but i'm just driving 75% using only front brake, which is new and a bit noisy - just an even hissing sound, but how long do they take to break in (pardon the pun)? i'm trying to avoid hard stops.
Stone Meadow wrote:stop using moderate brake pressure. The idea is to get heat into the pads and bed them into the discs, so don't use unusually light braking. Rinse, repeat half a dozen or so times, then let the pads cool off to ambient temperature and they are ready to rip.
GCinDC wrote:Stone Meadow wrote:stop using moderate brake pressure. The idea is to get heat into the pads and bed them into the discs, so don't use unusually light braking. Rinse, repeat half a dozen or so times, then let the pads cool off to ambient temperature and they are ready to rip.
thanks! of course i forgot to clean the new pad tho i was careful not to touch the business ends. i wouldn't have thought to rinse them. i'll try that. the rotors are brand new, perhaps no name. hope that wasn't a mistake. cheers. appreciate the answer!
full-throttle wrote:I still find it hard to believe that DH-comps have some kind of a offset in their swing arms.
GCinDC wrote:someone help: how is the temp sensor (white) wired?
last time i played around w/ multimeter i fried a controller chip. i ran my temp sensor off halls current. surely it needs some current to operate, right?
full-throttle wrote:Do the new HS motors come with the temperature output?
ebikessf.com wrote:New 2012 Crystalyte H3540 cruiser rear hub motor. NSK bearings. Honeywell S411 hall sensors. Built-in 2K thermal sensor ....
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