Rear Brake

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Re: Rear Brake

Postby Duncan » Sun Dec 20, 2020 9:13 pm

56G80S wrote:There are stories on the net about problems with getting the air out of these too.

I've just bled the linked brake system on my 79 Benelli which are supposed to be horrendous to do, I used with a vacuum bleeder and it was no drama at all. I had to clean out and rebuild the whole system first so would thoroughly recommend refreshing of the brake fluid regularly.

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Re: Rear Brake

Postby Eamonn » Fri Jan 08, 2021 12:12 pm

The recall notice for the Cadwell and Tempest can be found here (week 51):

https://www.femamotorcycling.eu/consumer-information/rapid-alert-system-recalls/


The affected vehicles were manufactured between 1 November 2016 and 1 November 2018.

Technical Description:
The rear brake master cylinder is defective. This can cause a
loss of braking when the rear brake is applied, increasing the
risk of an accident. This defect does not affect the front brake;
therefore the rider may not be aware of the loss of rear brake
pressure when the front and rear brakes are applied together.

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