Just wondering if it would shorten the break in period or be beneficial to sand the slick stuff off before I get it installed? Or is sanding a bad thing?
Actually it will work. The rear brake is actuated by the left front caliper pivoting due to forward movement. If the bike isn't moving forward, the rear won't be actuated.Pigeon Roost said:Not such a good idea on a GL1800 with linked brakes.
True, but only if the right front caliper/rotor by itself is enough to prevent ANY forward movement of the bike during the burnout. Just a little forward movement and the left caliper/rotor WILL actuate the secondary master cylinder on the left caliper and apply some rear brake.Rastoff said: