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  • Found these on the Touratech website, made for Ducati Brembo brakes.
    Are they worth it or is it just another part you don’t need?
  • Oh! And BTW they also do them in red.
 

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They also help keep the heat in - that could be a bad think on heavy braking...

A piece or worthless bling is my opinion..

Talking of that... did you ever get the Ohlins finished?

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They also help keep the heat in - that could be a bad think on heavy braking...

A piece or worthless bling is my opinion..

Talking of that... did you ever get the Ohlins finished?

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Mate.
Do you think the same about the Evotech which I have?
Had a warped front disc changed (under warranty) that I put down to panic braking at Brands. Think the Evotech was already on.
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No - if anything these would help the cooling... they still allow the air through the caliper... but add additional surface area and a solid mechanical fixing to the caliper which should help conduct away heat...

But these are really meant to protect side caliper from impact rather than help cooling.

Which I guess it does if you ride off road... on road... not sure they would do too much.


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They also help keep the heat in - that could be a bad think on heavy braking...

A piece or worthless bling is my opinion..

Talking of that... did you ever get the Ohlins finished?

:)
Simon
Just this minute got back from Preston. Had my cartridges installed and handed my shock with its titanium linear spring. The guru said that the OEM shock has a progressive spring and it looks cheap and nasty but can be rebuilt.
Anyway my weekend has been taken care of now nailing the suspension back on.
 
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