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  1. With all the talk of the one 5th gen pipe interference with the fairing cover, will it or can it be corrected in the next production batch run?
  2. I've put my deposit for a set of 5th gen headers! Took plunge and will set aside for this winter project, along with upgraded suspension. How many is this now on the 5g header list? How about we just make an updated list and everyone who deposited just fill it out. Copy and paste and pass it on. 1. eyrwbvfr 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
  3. Both my brackets are still whole and removed. High mount TBR is mounted with small hidden bracket and notched fairing. I used a choke cable to release the rear Sargent seat and don't have a need for a helmet lock.
  4. Check the piston diameter. I used P32, which is the smaller 32mm vs the larger P34 34mm piston. The difference in the corresponding pad sizes may explain the interference. The corners of my pads just barely miss the adapter. No pad dragging on my setup.
  5. Very cool! Did you mount the wheel and check for clearance?
  6. Now, I'm wondering how many buyers they have for the next run of 5th gen. headers. I'm on the fence for them. I'm riding my bike now and not sure about wanting to take it apart again. Maybe, it'll be a winter project if they make more later..
  7. 3 sold and 1 left! Also, a few people have asked what gen this is for. It is for the 5th gen.
  8. Depends which way it's pointing. If it's on the same side as the mounting ears, it's away from the spokes. Basically, when mounted, it should be pointing to the left of the wheel (the open side). Based on the assembly bolts being on the left side, I'd wager that caliper is good to go. Will need a side view.
  9. Cost came down a bit to $125 plus shipping. I have 3 left but 1 pending.
  10. I bolted up the caliper and went for a ride! Great fit and in the same place as the OEM caliper. I have 3 left for anyone interested to do the same mod. Eric (eyhonda on Hawk forum)
  11. Got the parts back today. They look great! I will fit them tonight to double check it. PM me if interested. The price is better than originally quoted. They are now $125 plus shipping in CONUS. About $8-10 by USPS Priority. I have four available. Make sure to get the caliper like the one shown, noting the location of the bleed nipple for correct clearance of the wheel spokes. Eric (eyhonda on Hawk forum)
  12. I should have parts this Friday! Hopefully. One caveat for the Brembo caliper. You must get the version where the bleed nipple is on the side closest to the mounting ears, opposite of the banjo bolt. I got the version where the bleed nipple was farther from the mounting ears and the same side as the banjo bolt. It completely crashes the spokes and the tire valve. Luckily, I have the correct caliper on my Hawk and I simply swapped calipers. On a Duc (or a Hawk with a Duc wheel), there is plenty of clearance. I'll post pics when I have the adapters in hand. Also, I'll post pics of the two calipers. It's late now. ZZZZZ.
  13. Cost is $150 plus shipping from Michigan. I will post pictures when I get them next week.
  14. I will have a small batch run of 4 pieces being made that will adapt an 84mm caliper to the stock hanger. PM me for details. The advantage of an adapter is that you don't have to take your rear hub assembly apart. But it can only be underslung. Thanks Dale!
  15. I'm following now! Nice job to all those involved in prototyping, testing and production! Looks like I'm just in time for the 3rd (or 2nd?) 5/6 Gen batch run. What is the timing for these to complete and ship and what is the deadline for the deposits? Still wrapping my head around the cost and whatever else is needed for completing it. Is the general consensus to go with no 02 sensors and a PC3? What happens if I just do the headers for now without 02 sensors and do the PC3 later down the road? Will I need a dyno run to dial it in? Sorry for the dumb questions but I've never used an aftermarket fueling module or tuning a FI bike. I'm mostly a carb guy.
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