Main Motorcycle: 04 Thruxton
Join Date: May 2008
Location: Marin (Bay Area), USA
Other Motorcycle: 13 Str Trple R
Thruxster, Have a look at a thread that I started a few weeks ago. I have a beringer 4 pot caliper on my 2004 Thruxton and wasn't happy with the performance so I tried the speedy m/c. I have since abandoned the speedy m/c as there is too litle lever travel (ie too much displacement for the caliper) resulting in a wooden feel. I have since gone back to the OEM m/c. I am now tempted to try the Brembo m/c.
Chris, shoot me a PM if you are interested in my speedy m/c
FCR, Uni, 813 cams, Works shocks, drilled Ricor valves, Pieman ignitor, green springs, Beringer caliper, preds, damper, brace, Corbin, custom tinware, JMC swingarm, Brembo radial M/C, oil cooler, rearsets, clip ons, tubeless rims, Acewell, T/Clamp
Last edited by Aussiematt; 06-04-2011 at 10:32 AM.