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    Re: About the Anti-Dive

    just out of interest how do you check your anti dive is working .when i got mine it hardly dived but now she seems to dive a lot more under braking . thanks

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    Re: About the Anti-Dive

    If your kidding Slydynbye your a funny guy. I was just talking about spinning the rotor 180 degrees. Still looking at new rotors. Still think the prices are way to high. What did you pay for yours mcthorogood if I might ask? Haven't seen that brand on ebay. A lot of the one for sale on ebay state they are for the VT1100 but say they will fit the ST1100. They are different part numbers on Hondas web site so how could that be?

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    Re: About the Anti-Dive

    Quote Originally Posted by docjones View Post
    Hey mcthorogood, how are those Delkevic rotors holding up?
    I can't find the invoice, but the rotors are working good. The shop manual says that you should also replace the rotor bolts which I did, but I used the old brake pads.
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    Re: About the Anti-Dive

    Quote Originally Posted by mcthorogood View Post
    I replaced the rubber (parts 24,46 & 47 on the front fork fiche) for my anti-dive piston when I replaced the fork springs and fork oil. After 60k miles the oil looked like mud. I've changed the oil a second time and now the bike have 110+k miles with the original seals. I also replaced the brake rotors with Delkevic rotors from Ebay because they were less than the thickness specification stamped on the rotor.

    Mike -

    What about #25 the Piston Case Boot? Is that rubber or metal?

    Ray

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    Re: About the Anti-Dive

    When I did mine I replaced all but the big plate and its bolts (#5 and #6).

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    Re: About the Anti-Dive

    Quote Originally Posted by John OoSTerhuis View Post
    When I did mine I replaced all but the big plate and its bolts (#5 and #6).

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    John

    Thanks, John.

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    Re: About the Anti-Dive

    Ordered the 9 parts for a rebuild. Cost about $40 before shipping from Partzilla.

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