Friday, 26 October 2012


Brakes should be bedded in progressively during the first 300 miles. This is done by gradually increasing brake lever pressure during the period and braking from progressively in creasing speeds.
For guidance refer to my list down here.

Stage 1
A minimum of 20 stops using the front at rear brakes together. Decelerate from 30 m.p.h to rest using the distance travelled or time taken to obtain the required deceleration.

Stage 2

A minimum of 50 decelerations from 50 to 30 m.p.h using front and rear brake together

Stage 3
A minimum of 30 decelerations from 70 to 30 m.p.h using front and rear brakes together
The distance between brake applications should not be less than 1/4 mile in each case. Disengage the clutch when carrying out the procedure to ensure that the brake receive the full braking load.

The use of the above procedure, subject to traffic conditions will ensure that any high spot on the brake linings are not hardened, resulting in reduced brake efficiency, Correct burnishing will give an approximate minimum lining contact area of 50% which qualifies the published brake performance figures

Spark Plug
Battery ( I use Made In JAPAN)

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