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Have fitted a new set of front brake discs and pads to yamaha fazer fz6 2005 and have brake judder. Any ideas?

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Mounting surfaces for the discs must be spotless...judder on new discs is usually due to a small amount of dirt on these surfaces when fitting.

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the bulb might be fused so replace the bulbs.

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Gravity bleed front brake. no lever pumping. Looden cap on master cylinder, front wheen straight ahead, open bleeder and watch for air being expelled. When only fluid is coming out, close bleeder. Expect the front pads totake a few miles to seat, They will improve as they wear in. Good Luck / be safe.

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choke cables normaly last for ever, so it prob needs just a bit of oil. remove upper end of cable, tape a cone on it and pour some 20/50 into it. if it is broken, observe the set up and replace.

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SOURCE: how to change front brake pads

the brake caliper pistons need to be pressed in with one of the old pads before installing the new ones.

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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