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REAR BRAKE RELOCATION KIT FOR VN900 (ALL)

PART NO: SUMK6500

$159.95
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ABOUT THIS ITEM

Easy install (15 to 20 minutes)
Installer must loosen brake line and rotate about 10 degrees to clear the swing arm.
You MAY have to re-bleed the rear brake

PART APPLICATION

This item may be used with the following bikes:

  • KAWASAKI:
    • » VN 900
 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS (5)

On June 18, 2013 timdangelo wrote:
Great purchase if you do the 240 rear upgrade. The one issue is the bleeder is facing the opposite direction from stock mount and the brake caliper is now behind my Cobra 2 into 1 pipes and thus subject to that residual exhaust heat.


On June 30, 2012 Katsinwater wrote:
The Sumo-X Brake Relocation bracket really cleans up the rear wheelwell. Install was fairly easy, but it would have been nice if customers received some destructions to go along with the product, and for the money your forking out on it. I used a motorcycle jack to lift the rear wheel just enough to release weight pressure on the axle bolt. I did not loosen the Tensioning Swingarm Bracket bolts at ALL, I did not want to take a chance on not getting the wheel properly aligned after setting up the relocation bracket. Luckily, the axle popped right out nice and easy, and I just gently tapped it back in, and it aligned straight through swingarm, bearings, wheel, and relocation bracket. The relocation bracket was designed with an open slot long enough to match the swingarm's tab, this is what keeps the relocation bracket from spinning on the axle's axis. In other words, the welded metal tab on the swingarm, and the slot on the relocation bracket prevent the brake relocation bracket from going up or down due to movement. When you install it, you will notice that there's a bit of a gap on the bracket still, I thought about it for a little while, and it's all in the design. (you can actually see a bit of a gap on the picture as well). Last thoughts, the caliper bolts have locktight, so you will need to have the proper keys and/or tools to break them loose, I actually used locktight when I put them back on. Also, I did not remove the break fluid hose, and just gently pulled on it when tugging on it. Make sure to put a thick towel on your pipes for resting the caliper on it while you remove the axle.


On April 27, 2012 nafario wrote:
good product, opens up the wheel very well.


On April 6, 2012 LJohn2 wrote:
BIRTHDAY


On April 30, 2010 HarrisonHotRods wrote:
looks good with the cobra swept slashdowns and the mimic 210. tucks it under the pipes real nice and opens up a viewing spot for the rim. Only reason it doesn't get a 5 star is because the manufacturer doesn't know how to polish. They did remove machine tool marks but must not have cleaned polishing wheel since it is all kinds of swirl marks on it. SUMO-X needs to step up their QA!!!!