The 2016 has a very light clutch feel. I installed Brock's clutch springs and it's a little firmer now. I've actually toyed with the idea of getting the Sato Racing Clutch Slave. If I do I'll post up.Have anyone tried using Brembo RCS16 clutch pump? or the Sato Racing clutch slave? Any feedback will be great.
Changes like these can make so much difference to a bike. My old 'Busa had both Brembo clutch and brakes along with Ohlins suspension and Marchesini mag' alloy wheels. A 200 bhp bike that handled like a 600 and was an absolute pleasure to ride.Bob I bought the RCS 17 for the clutch and front brakes for just that reason. I was going to go with the 2016 set up but IMO there's not enough springs and strength there. The only problem was is that the new masters didn't come with the spot to plug in the actuator switch that's on the bottom of the stock master cylinder.
NO Busa ever handled like a 600 cc bike LOLChanges like these can make so much difference to a bike. My old 'Busa had both Brembo clutch and brakes along with Ohlins suspension and Marchesini mag' alloy wheels. A 200 bhp bike that handled like a 600 and was an absolute pleasure to ride.
NO Busa ever handled like a 600 cc bike LOL
Was it a direct bolt up, no perminate modifications to the bike? Did you go good or silver? (Pics) and did you notice if your clutch lever travel got longer due to the bigger piston? Theoretically it should be slightly longer pull with easier effort, but maybe not even noticeable.Just to get back on topic.....
I have fitted the Sato racing clutch slave cylinder !
The clutch action is now slightly lighter than stock despite the Brocks springs.
Expensive, but definitely works.
Lovely busa Bob, nice colours, as you know I had a couple too, bring back some great memories. One thing for sure it also was the best bike for pillioning fast spirited riding as my wife and I passed sports bikes around corners haSorry to disagree with you but my old Hayabusa was around 50Kg lighter than stock and with those magnesium Marchesini wheels and the Ohlins suspension it was a revelation. Really sweet and light handling and NOTHING like the stock Hayabusa. It now belongs to a friend of mine, still running in LSR and is a +200mph bike. (not a turbo)