Question about 1989 Suzuki GSX-R 750 RK
It sounds to me like its more likely to be the discs, you should skim the discs if possible, otherwise replace them and scuff the new pads flat before refitting them. Would replace the fluid and bleed the brakes. Make sure the brakes are beed in slowly no heavy braking otherwise the same thing will happen again over heating the discs and warping them. When ever you ride your bike warm up the brakes with slow smooth braking before you get into a good speed. Dosnt take long but will keep them in better condition.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
I would suggest it is the rotor carrier buttons. The stock rotors are semi floating. The buttons allow for some movement of the rotor , but at slow speed when they have heated up and expanded they will limit the amount of movement the rotor has. At high speed the forces generated will free the buttons up and you won't feel anything. You could do the full floating mod , but then you have to put up with noisy rotors ????
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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