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    Maund Cast Aluminum Drum Brake Vents


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    mike morse says his brakes are good to like 850 degrees or something like that. gt750 dosnt need em.



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    Doesn't the GT750 4LS already comes with air scoops from the factory, therefore making aftermarket scoops redundant?

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    Yes they do.

    Do you have brake fade at this point that you feel you need to solve? I've seen brakes with something like this part welded on in the past. Just not sure how effective it really is. If it's something you want to add to your bike to look cool then go ahead and get it. But in a six or 8 lap race I don't know how big a factor brake fade is with proper sized brake and good arched shoes to fit the drum.

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    No problems with brake fade yet as my bike is still being constructed. I was just brainstorming things I might like to do while I've got the front hub in my hands. Soon the shoes will get new friction material and they will get arced. Then I'll finally get to lace it up to a new rim and fit the tube and tire so the bike will be a roller.

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