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Brembo RCS 2006 F4 issues

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I've a shop fitting the RCS on my motorcycle, but there are some contact issues. On the Brake side The adjuster hits the Gauges /I'm loosing few degrees of the turn radius/ and the lower mount bolt is making contact with the Clip-on Bolt so the Master can't be adjusted downward any further /the angle is really comfortable, but there's no way to clear the gauges/. - The shop is 350 miles away from me and this is the e-mail I got from them. Did you guys experience the same issues?

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I had the same issue. The main problem is that when it touches the clocks with the lever it applies the brake. - Not so good if you think you just saved a tank slapper and then the front locks up !

I made a new steering lock that stops the lock 5mm from the clocks.
See the image, the left stop is a little wider....
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I made a new steering lock that stops the lock 5mm from the clocks.
See the image, the left stop is a little wider....
Hi Adam, would you consider making a couple more of those stops ? Pm me if you're keen please.

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Hi Adam, would you consider making a couple more of those stops ? Pm me if you're keen please.
I would probably have to draw them up again unless I can somehow import them in as I don't use the system I had before.

I'll have a look into it - are you talking standard or for the brembo ?
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Hi guys,

Motorcycle: 2006 MV Agusta F4

I've a shop fitting the RCS on my motorcycle, but there are some contact issues. On the Brake side The adjuster hits the Gauges /I'm loosing few degrees of the turn radius/ and the lower mount bolt is making contact with the Clip-on Bolt so the Master can't be adjusted downward any further /the angle is really comfortable, but there's no way to clear the gauges/. - The shop is 350 miles away from me and this is the e-mail I got from them. Did you guys experience the same issues?

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Per your pm request, here was my system set up, cause it was on track bike, so I removed the ignition switch to the left clutch side in order for the brake master clearance the cluster
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I would probably have to draw them up again unless I can somehow import them in as I don't use the system I had before.

I'll have a look into it - are you talking standard or for the brembo ?
Thanks Adam, no rush or pressure, I'd use the one allowing less steering movement, it works better on my handlebars.

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Just epoxy lumps on there.....

the FIM used to require 20 to each side


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Just epoxy lumps on there.....

the FIM used to require 20 to each side

The Epoxy breaks off.

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Moved from the wrong thread.....

I did a quick drawing of the standard stop from my original that is not on the bike - actually it wasn't that quick.

Machining time in my little cnc is about 50mins + manual tool changes and setup.
That's quite a lot of work for a 20 piece that is still available to buy....
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