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To be clear, the 2005 F4 1000 Ago uses Nissin six pot AXIAL calipers and the 2007 F4 1000R uses Brembo P4/34 RADIAL calipers. As Chuck implied, they're not compatible. You can either swap forks(+triple/axle) with radial mounts or you can get just the fork bottoms, like these.

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To be clear, the 2005 F4 1000 Ago uses Nissin six pot AXIAL calipers and the 2007 F4 1000R uses Brembo P4/34 RADIAL calipers. As Chuck implied, they're not compatible.
Roger that. I have the First Gen of the First Gen.

Duly noted and that subsequent action by MV is a true and final indictment of the crappy Nissin set up they perpetrated on the first couple yrs of the bike.
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My mistake, I forgot the 2005 F4 had axial calipers.Are 2006 F4s Axial or Radial?
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My mistake, I forgot the 2005 F4 had axial calipers.Are 2006 F4s Axial or Radial?

2006 F4 S is axial

2006 F4 Senna, CC, and Veltro are radial

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To be clear, the 2005 F4 1000 Ago uses Nissin six pot AXIAL calipers and the 2007 F4 1000R uses Brembo P4/34 RADIAL calipers. As Chuck implied, they're not compatible. You can either swap forks(+triple/axle) with radial mounts or you can get just the fork bottoms, like these.
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Your link for the MotoWheels bottoms is for 108mm spacing calipers.......Japanese style
Euro bikes use 100mm spacing calipers

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Your link for the MotoWheels bottoms is for 108mm spacing calipers.......Japanese style
Euro bikes use 100mm spacing calipers

Not my euro bike!
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Ooooohh.... thats tasty !!! Carbon brakes?
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Ooooohh.... thats tasty !!! Carbon brakes?

Braketech says the new version is coming any day now. For the past 3 years iirc.

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