As some of you know I have recently put Daytona forks and wheels on my TBS. It then became necessary to change the brake calipers (I used ST1040). Do I really need to change the brake reservoir for a larger unit or can I keep the original TBS unit?
Thanks Stunta, I did read your earlier post and in fact have decided to take your advice, especially when I found out that you were right about the Rizoma reservoir. I was hoping someone could give me some sound technical advice on what is the correct size reservoir as I would hate it to fail at a crucial moment.
I dont think you have to worry about it failing randomly due to ratios. If you get the brakes feeling the way you want them they should be fine. If it were me I'd take the stock ones over the square any day.
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