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Something that I have been using and quite frankly have forgotten to tell you guys about is the Fasst Co Rear brake Return Spring. Are you breaking rear brake pedal springs on a KTM or Yamaha? I seem to do this every few hours, so I decided to try out Fasst Company’s Rear brake Return Spring on the blue and orange machines. Fasst Co’s Rear Brake Return Spring offers tunable pedal resistance and a more controllable feel by placing the spring in compression instead of tension, which can minimize the “on-off” feel of some rear brake systems.
The pedal resistance can be adjusted by how much preload is placed on the spring. The Return Spring Kit also minimizes debris from jamming the master cylinder as well as eliminating the stock tension return spring that attaches to the pedal. The Rear Brake Pedal Return Spring Kit consists of spring, spring bucket and nut. The spring bucket contains the spring as well as seals the master cylinder with the stock rubber dust boot.
Installation takes 10 minutes and the return spring kit gives you more of a positive feel, without a lot of slop, not to mention it’s way more durable than the OEM Yamaha or KTM rear brake pedal springs. Honda’s OEM return spring seem to last much longer, but nonetheless Fasst Co makes one of theirs for all Japanese and Austrian models. For 20 bucks it’s an easy one time investment on something you may purchase every few months. You can purchase or check out what they offer over at www.fasstco.com.