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Just installed the SVRacingParts Nissin caliper adapter. I chose CBR600F4i calipers, as they are a black version of my RC51’s gold Nissin calipers. That bike has breath taking superb braking! That being said, I know my 2004 sv650s doesn’t have the same master cylinder or rotors, but if I can get some of the power, that’d be great! I may get an RC master at some point too! I have my clutch and basket removed right now after installing a steel oil pump gear. I am also installing the FactoryPro shift star, detent roller, and adjustable centering stud, as I have the weird second gear issue. I’m awaiting those parts, so I will update with results when I get them. By the way, calipers were $59 for the pair on eBay, adapters were a little more than that, HH pads amazon prime for , already had Galfer brake lines, and Some brake fluid that I already had. About $212 for what should be much better brakes. I was on OEM setup with Galfer HH and Galfer lines.

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Just did the same exact setup, but with gold calipers. Also were about $60 on eBay and did the Galfer HH pads that I ordered from SVRP while I was ordering the brackets. I also found a "used" (but looks totally new) R6 Radial MC with PSR levers for only $130 (levers alone are $140 new).

To say that I'm thrilled with the braking performance is an understatement!
 

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Just did the same exact setup, but with gold calipers. Also were about $60 on eBay and did the Galfer HH pads that I ordered from SVRP while I was ordering the brackets. I also found a "used" (but looks totally new) R6 Radial MC with PSR levers for only $130 (levers alone are $140 new).

To say that I'm thrilled with the braking performance is an understatement!
I wondered about the master. I have an RC51 and the brakes are very good. I hope these are too. I may look into a different t master soon!
 
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