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PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 12:12 pm 
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noticed long time it judders when i move off very annoying.

and since i used the bike lock that goes on the front disks [ few times forgot to take off ] think it has damaged the disk as it now squeaks going along but goes off when i applied brakes.

mot 2 months ago they changed the back tyre since then started to squeak too

any suggestions of a cheap fix ? :)


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 12:29 pm 
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Sounds like two completely separate issues you are reporting so I would focus on one at a time. Since you know of a possible warped front brake rotor I would start there. Get the front wheel off the ground however you can and spin the wheel watching the rotor for the obvious. When you put a front wheel security lock you are pretty much using the brake caliper to stop forward motion o_O or does yours go through the disc? Either way this action couldn't have been good for the operation of the front brakes and might need your attention and priority.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 12:36 pm 
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homie wrote:
Sounds like two completely separate issues you are reporting so I would focus on one at a time. Since you know of a possible warped front brake rotor I would start there. Get the front wheel off the ground however you can and spin the wheel watching the rotor for the obvious. When you put a front wheel security lock you are pretty much using the brake caliper to stop forward motion o_O This can't be good for the operation of the front brakes and might need your attention and priority.



warped front brake rotor, is this the brake disk ? how do i cure it ? or does it mean new disk ? the disk dont look worn


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 12:41 pm 
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DISK, FR. BRAKE (NHK PRECISION)
45351-KVG-902 (various makers)

Don't know where you are from so here's an international seller (50usd price) Not fixable if its warped sorry. Easy job if you have the tools :D Pull front wheel axle bolt, remove wheel, remove 5 hex head bolts, install new rotor disk... torque everything properly.

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thanks, sounds easy lol. im in uk


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Juttering is due to glazed clutch pads usually. Vibration or pulsation on braking could be due to brake rotor , bent rim and so on.


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With regards to juddering when accelerating off the line, mine started doing that when cold not long after I got it - then started doing it when warm too. After 32,000km it still does it, but less than it used to - I've given up worrying about it. I do get a small squeak from the rear brake, but only with light pressure (usually when I'm "taxiing for takeoff"). Front brake lever often isn't 100% smooth as it's applied; had the dealer check it out an he reckons it's a tiny amount of contamination in the fluid - "back flushing" the tank temporarily by fully releasing/opening the caliper cures it temporarily (the brake itself works 100% though).


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