So, I went and picked an 07 990a up yesterday from an inmate in San Fran. Very happy with the bike, the ride definitely sucked back to San Diego (ridiculous cross winds, dust storms, LA traffic, etc). I believe the bike has been sitting a while and thought maybe these brake issues would clear up after I had ridden a while but they're persisting. Front brake: Pull is a little squishy the first 2-3 pulls, then gets firm to what I would think is the right pressure. Now don't get me wrong, the thing still stops HARD with the front discs, but the first pull or two (while sitting still) you can get the lever almost all the way to the bar. Rear Brake: Well, there just isn't much. Putting "emergency" level pressure (as hard as I can push down on it) seems to provide about as much stopping power as the rear drum on my 1980 Tomos Moped. I noticed this when I tried to engage the ABS and the brake won't provide enough friction to break grip. Both sight glasses show plenty of nice, clear fluid, the bike only has 11k miles, and all the wear parts still have lots of life on them (pads, rotors). I'm thinking the front may just need to be bled, and maybe the rear got glazed over or something and the pads might need sanded and re-broken in. I've read stuff about people not putting the brakes back together correctly before, but this doesn't seem to be the case to me. Thoughts?