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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-21-2014, 04:37 AM Thread Starter
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I was looking through the Moto Corse parts for the 2013 1090RR and Corse models and noticed some of the nicer parts like the billet rear suspension link rod,billet top shock suspension link,billet rear footrest blanking plates and "special weld" titanium exhaust are not listed for the latest Brutale.Although,they are listed for the previous model.
Are these available yet or is this the usual delay of these specialty parts when a newer model is released.

Thanks,Darren.
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Rear sets will not work on the 13 models.

I know .

Here is my modded exhaust with Lightech rear set:



It is not an easy work to get rid of theat bulky heat shield. You need to remove the adapters from the exhaust, weld on new ones and satinize it completely.

But you get a lot more free movement for your right foot. That feels really good!

Jochen

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Rear sets will not work on the 13 models.

I know .

Here is my modded exhaust with Lightech rear set:



It is not an easy work to get rid of theat bulky heat shield. You need to remove the adapters from the exhaust, weld on new ones and satinize it completely.

But you get a lot more free movement for your right foot. That feels really good!

Jochen
That bike is lookin sweet Jochen!
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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-26-2014, 10:45 PM
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Cherche,

How new are your rear sets? My light tech brake pedal will not work on my 12 1090RR at all.

Could you take a close up shot so that I can compare?

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The bolt of the rear brake does not work at all. You need to machine it down.

Also the hydraulic sensor for the rear brake does not have the right thread. I've been waiting for a new sensor for now 1,5 month. All Italians seem to be asleep .

My dealer sent me a right sensor on his cost - he is a good one.

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