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A year ago I went down the path of de-linking my VFR brake system. The front brakes were pretty straight forward using the VTR setup. However, in the rear, it was a bit more involved. I didn't want to use the OEM caliper and modify it. So, I designed an adapter that mounts on the existing hanger to mount a standard Brembo P32 caliper. If you are planning to de-link your VFR800, 5th gen, this is a good solution for the rear brake. It gets rid of the large OEM caliper. This adapter bolts on to the stock hanger and will mount a Brembo P32 caliper in the same OEM underslung position.
Had to sell my beautiful 5th Gen recently and found the box of rare parts I never had time to instal. The big ticket items are namely rare Corbin seat (removable passenger backrest), DMr fork kit, and brake de-link kit. None of these were inexpensive, so my loss is your gain.CORBIN LADY GUNFIGHTER SEAT -- SOLD!!! -- This kit was originally $700 which is hard to believe. The leather saddle works in conjunction with the Honda seat cowl for a cool solo look or remove the seat cowl and install the handrails for two up sport touring. With the cowl removed, the saddle design accepts the Corbin remov