:agree:100%Damn good stock, even better with steel lines and a high quality pad.
I know it's an old thread, so no one got me.In my opinion the brakes are really soft and spongey feeling, but again I could be saying that because the bike does way more then 700lbs... But compared to a V-Rod Muscle I rode they could be a lot more crisper. My recommendation is to not rely on the front brakes entirely for slowing this beast down, use 80% front and 20% back under heavy braking to ensure the beast slows down.
It was funny but I thought It would still make a good subject to post on it's still got a leg.:clap2::clap2::cus::cus::cus::cus:
Ya got me!:bigthumbsup:
I was wondering why you typed in " :bigthumbsup: I'm going to get ya! "!!!!
:agree:....when I first read this >new< thread....I thought WTF....cos I have locked the front 3-4 timesI know it's an old thread, so no one got me.
If your brakes are soft and spongy, sounds like you need to bleed them.
The front brakes on this bike are phenomenal. They have more stopping power than the front tire can handle. I actually hardly use the back brake at all, unless I'm in a panic stop situation, and know that I could end up skidding the front tire (which has happened before).