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2010+ Wheel Speed sensor

On my F4 I am using the 2012 speed sensor which reads off of the rear wheel/brake rotor, however I have "upgraded" to the motocorse brembo caliper carrier and larger nonfloating rotor in an attempt to actually have a working rear brake. Since the changeover, I have a very intermittent speed signal which I am assuming might be related to a change in the nominal sensing distance of the hall sensor. Should I consider shimming the hall sensor in the carrier a bit closer to the brake rotor, or perhaps using some washers behind the brake rotor bolts to bring some metal closer to the sensor? Has anyone else had this problem? I'd like to have a solid speed signal for tuning the traction control and some of the various other corrections now that my bike is working well mechanically.
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I'm reading 2.3mm between the sensor and the bolt heads and that's a lot for most applications ......there is a lot of play in the caliper mount ....I think I'd put thin washers between the disc and the carrier

See if there's a distance spec in the manual


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