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So are you tired of that spongey feeling stock Yamaha brake? Since I get to ride all the bikes, I would have to say that the Brembo system is one of the best feeling brakes out of all the MX machines. However, a little mix and matching can get you a more linear feel than an all Brembo system so we used the “Dubach Method” and combined Nissin and Brembo technology together to form the best feeling front brake I have come a-crossed in a while. If you’re looking to get a full system set up, below is the way to do it and some KTM part numbers to help you out!
Stock 2022 YZ-F brake hose (must use 2022 YZ-F caliper carrier)
KTM Master Cylinder
Spare Brembo Lever (one comes in the master cylinder kit)
KTM Banjo Bolt
Spare Brake Pads
Note: The thin metal clip that goes into the carrier needs to match the older/larger brake pads. So when you take off the 250mm carrier, make sure to take the clip out and put it in the 270mm carrier.