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Hi Guys thought i would share a few mods i have been working one since collecting my Senna 1000. New Brembo radial calipers are brill, but feel a bit wooden with Nissin m/cylinder (i have done this conversion on two other MV I owned too)

Its the one thing i don't like about MV's parts bin mismatches - Marzochi forks, Brembo brakes, Nissin M cylinders, Ohlins damper, Sachs shock - boy!

The results are amazing, much improved feel, power and adjustablility and looks like they should be there. Brackets are made out of Aluminum and mounted with a spacer to top mount of m/cylinder.

Enjoy
Ozz
 

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If you dont mind me asking where did you get the brackets for the resevoirs Iam looking at doing the exact same mod to my F4, I love everything about this bike except for the brakes..

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Payman

p.s. where in OC are you ha, I am in Aliso Viejo
 

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The brackets i made at home from 3/4 inch wide aluminum strip. Shaped them, drilled them and then gave them a brushed finish with some sandpaper. The clutch is a billett 19 x 18 and the brake is a less fancy cast item, which is also 19 x 18. The brake light banjo switch is a Goodridge item and remember you need to buy banjo bolts for brembo m/cylinders (most Ducati dealers carry these) which are a finer thread than Jap stuff. You can use the std hoses with no probs too. Hope this helps. Ozz
 

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The reason MV uses the Nissin clutch and brake pump is because those are designed for the MV. The reservoirs have the same form as the key, etc...
 
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