New rear brake options

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  1. sps170373

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    Have been looking at changing the rear brake for something a bit more bling and something that has a bit more feel than the stock caliper, I had been looking at brembo rear underslung caliper and brackets and while doing Google searches I came across this, which might be a contender when the cash needs splashing


    http://shop.durbahn.de/shop/en/products/Rear_Brakes_superlight

    It's a rear caliper that sits inside the swing arm

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    I've got one was delivered on friday very well made and something a bit different to the usual setup.
    Haven't fitted it yet will post photos when it's done
     
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    Yes does look nice and clear up the back end. Would do it on my road bike but go underslung for track for ease of wheel changing and access if necessary.
     
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    Haha cable ties are a temporary fix need a slightly longer brake line to go under the swingarm.
    the swingarm is a hrc kit item and I got the lifters off another forum :)
     
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    I used to use a Durbahn caliper. Great quality and a great guy to deal with!
     
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    I would go over the top and use the p clip that attaches where the hugger is
     

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