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Old 08-01-2011, 09:35 AM   #106
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Glad to hear that you are happy Leland!

Let's see some pics (you can email them to me if you don't know how to post them)! I still haven't gotten around to put my Motomaster setup on the bike, finally managed to get the BMW ABS working with the stock KTM dual caliper brake system so I am a bit reluctant to mess with it.




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You have to cut it off. Nothing a hacksaw and a file can't fix. Then just fab up a small tab from the calliper bolt to bolt your fend to.
Thanks for the advice Flanny.
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Old 08-01-2011, 11:57 PM   #107
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I have a 950SE and need to upgrade the front brake. Does anyone know what caliper / adapter and rotor to buy? Motostrano told me they diddnt have anything. What application are you guys using ?
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Old 08-02-2011, 03:57 AM   #108
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any ktm supermoto rotor, the 320 adaptor from the lc4's or exc's will fit. With some modification! One pin nerds to be ofset and pass need some grinding. Or take an exc clipper with it.

For better performance a 4 pot for ktm, like the braking one, but you will have issue's clearing a 21 inch with just about any 4 pot.
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Old 08-03-2011, 11:00 PM   #109
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I have a 950SE and need to upgrade the front brake. Does anyone know what caliper / adapter and rotor to buy? Motostrano told me they diddnt have anything. What application are you guys using ?

Just fitted a 320 Braking rotor with the lc4 caliper AND the 950 adventure master cylinder. The larger piston master alone is a big improvement. Initial bite is reduced slightly but sponginess is gone as well as fluid boil. Overall braking is excellent and very powerful once you apply some force. Only downside is that the surface of the braking pad of the lc4 caliper I used is smaller than oem and does not cover the inner portion of the disc area. Will go back to the oem caliper at some point with some sort of 300-to-320 spacer.

I strongly recommend the larger master as an initial mod, you might not need anything else once you've done that.
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Old 01-02-2014, 04:08 AM   #110
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Bumping this one to see if anyone has added to the WISDOM that has already been evident here. AND where is K2M, nothing since Sept '13?
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Old 03-20-2014, 03:08 PM   #111
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Just fitted a 320 Braking rotor with the lc4 caliper AND the 950 adventure master cylinder. The larger piston master alone is a big improvement. Initial bite is reduced slightly but sponginess is gone as well as fluid boil. Overall braking is excellent and very powerful once you apply some force. Only downside is that the surface of the braking pad of the lc4 caliper I used is smaller than oem and does not cover the inner portion of the disc area. Will go back to the oem caliper at some point with some sort of 300-to-320 spacer.

I strongly recommend the larger master as an initial mod, you might not need anything else once you've done that.

Could you please put some photo? THANX
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Old 03-23-2014, 03:13 AM   #112
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So best solution for SE is to go for a Motomaster 320?
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Old 04-22-2014, 04:44 PM   #113
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Great thread! I am working on single disc conversion for my 2007 Adventure, removing ABS too. I'd love to find a deal on the Moto Master 4 piston caliper. But, has anyone tried a 320mm rotor with stock Adventure caliper relocated and SE master?

Anyone have parts to sell for the conversion?

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Old 04-26-2014, 09:45 PM   #114
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