Clean Speed KTM 950/990 brake pedal

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by cse, Jun 7, 2017.

  1. cse

    cse Adventurer

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    Thanks @Greedyg76 . I'm always curious and we will make tweaks to a product if we think we can make it better.
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  2. Greedyg76

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    The bend is minor so it’s hard to see but the pedal is obviously not in the same plane as the pad. Let me say again this pedal has taken so much more abuse than any stock pedal ever could and still remain perfectly functional.

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  3. cse

    cse Adventurer

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    Thanks for the pictures @Greedyg76 . It's definitely off. I'm curious if you have one of the original batch where the M5 pedal pad mounting holes go all the way through bottom of the pedal or are they blind? We learned on our 1090 pedal that when there is a shoulder for the pad to twist up against like the 1090/1190/1290 and the 950/990 pedals have, the 'U' cross section of a blind hole works much better than the open two-sided cross-section of a through hole. After the first batch of 14, 950/990 pedals we switched to a blind hole. Of course, we will stand behind the pedal if it ever becomes an issue for you.

    Jim
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  4. Greedyg76

    Greedyg76 Certified Card Carrying A-hole

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    Blind holes

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  5. Greedyg76

    Greedyg76 Certified Card Carrying A-hole

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    Actually now that I look at this picture the pedal may not be bent at all. It appears the pad is not square to the pedal. Maybe the holes were stretched out. I’ll have to take a closer look now!
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  6. Bonnie & Clyde

    Bonnie & Clyde Wishing I was riding RTW

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    Im almost certain that is the case. Holes NOT stretched but My Pad moves around a bit on drops. Bolts are tight but the pad moves. Lever is straight and Im still happy with mine. I am trying a star lock washer between the pad and lever with longer bolts now.
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  7. syky27

    syky27 Owner of Muller Motorsport

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    @cse So I pulled the trigger, hopefully I wont have to send you picture of snapped lever. ;)

    Happy Holidays
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  8. cal08

    cal08 Long timer

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    Thank you very much. Order placed. @cse
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