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Rear brake, it bites but
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This is a common problem with KTM rear breaks. There is two things you need to do.
- Adjust your brake cable so it has a little more slack in it and you won't be riding it when your not breaking. Unknowingly you have been depressing it with your toe until it becomes hot and then you loose the breaking ability of the fluid.
- There is a aftermarket rear break cooler available at the KTM shops that corrects this issue. It cools the fluid and allows normal breaking. It's quite inexpensive and well worth the cost. No need to be out in the brush all the time because your breaks don't work and you constantly have to catch up with your buddies because your breaks don't work. It's hard on jerseys.
Thanks again for the inquiry,
KTM Vulcan 750...
on Jul 02, 2011
Oil drain plug case cracked 2007 KTM 450 SXF
Drain oil. Use degreaser to clean area. Use JB Weld & allow to set up properly before adding oil.
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on Mar 14, 2020
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