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Old September 11th, 2010, 12:41 AM   #1
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Sato Racing Rear Sets *Possible Fail*

So I have my Sato's on and realized after the bike is warmed up, I HAVE NO BACK BRAKE!!!!

I called Sato directly and asked them what they thought about it and they told me I have to CUT MY FARING!!!

Ducati confirmed this... I am a little pissed that I spent all that money only to cut my faring. Has anyone had this issue?
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Old September 11th, 2010, 05:22 AM   #2
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Not sure what you have there, but those look nothing like my Satos from Dan Kyle. These are beautiful, adjustable, smooth shifting and very, very functional.
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Old September 11th, 2010, 08:50 AM   #3
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same here -i really like my sato's -no problems of fit -got a great price from dan kyle too -
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Old September 11th, 2010, 04:17 PM   #4
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Elevens,

He has Satos type 1 set with brake pedal, you have type 2.

Gary,

I have type 1 also, and my pedal appears to be a lot higher then yours. Even being in the lowest hole on the pedal.

Mine doesn't touch, and NO WAY would I ever cut my fairing. It can be done with out doing that, and whoever told you that should be fired.

Take a different angle pic and compare it to the height of mine.

When I get back I will take some more detailed pics...sorry I don't have any right now.
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Old September 11th, 2010, 07:49 PM   #5
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Not me

I have type 2. If my brake pedal hit my fairing I would have sent them back.

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Old September 12th, 2010, 06:51 PM   #6
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+1 on the type 2.

Come to think of it , what do you need a rear brake for?
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+1 on the type 2.

Come to think of it , what do you need a rear brake for?
For the first two years I owned this bike I was physically unable to get to the rear brake because of all the hip surgeries I had. NOW!!! With the Satos, I can adjust the brake pedal to where it needs to be when I need it. So I go out thinking OK....now if I WANT to use it I can actually get to it. I go out and I'm STANDING on the damn thing and NOTHING!! Went home and bled the lines (It wa pushing out a TON of air) and now it works!! HOWEVER. I've never been a big rear brake user. If I'm worried about a slippery road then yes. Rear brake is good. Other then that and using it to keep the front end from going over on a Wheelie I don't see much use for it.

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Since I have the Type 1, can the Type 2 be integrated?
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Since I have the Type 1, can the Type 2 be integrated?

Good question. Get ahold of Dan Kyle at Kyle racing and he should be able to tell you since SATO is right down the street from him.

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Just a thought.....can you place it further around on the spline?
....it simply loads onto a spline, I thought...so slide it on at a higher pitch/angle
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oh...and you can alter the contact point too.....it just screws out with locking nuts.
Pretty sure that'll solve your problem
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Old September 16th, 2010, 07:13 PM   #12
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Elevens,

He has Satos type 1 set with brake pedal, you have type 2.

Gary,

I have type 1 also, and my pedal appears to be a lot higher then yours. Even being in the lowest hole on the pedal.

Mine doesn't touch, and NO WAY would I ever cut my fairing. It can be done with out doing that, and whoever told you that should be fired.

Take a different angle pic and compare it to the height of mine.

When I get back I will take some more detailed pics...sorry I don't have any right now.
Interesting... Does your foot have an issue with resting on the brake? I was told if I did that it would heat up and lock. If this is an adjustment issue then i will have a closer look. Will installed my rear set and I am hoping it is just a wuick fix.
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There is no spline.Adjust the imput rod and bleed the brake.
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