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This has been a few months in the making with a few suppliers of ours and we're pleased to announce that these are finally ready for sale after a solid season of testing!  If you're looking for a turn-key solution to get better front brake modulation offroad, reduce front suspension unsprung mass, and (optionally) remove the ABS, read on.

 

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We're running introductory pricing between now and the end of the year - at which point we will increase to our planned MSRP.  We have enough kits on hand to satisfy a good bit of orders before the holiday rush and plan to keep stock on hand into the next riding season.  

 

I know we're firmly in the TL;DR culture, but for those who still like to read, see here for much more detail:  20+ Tenere 700 Single Rotor Conversion | Stoltec Moto

 

As always, post up and questions you might have...or email us.

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I apologize if you cannot see the image in the original post - can't figure out what's going on.  Hopefully one of our mods can help out.  Paging Dr. @Cruizin...

 

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I can't see the picture either.

Update 12/4/22 picture visible. 

 

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@Stoltec MotoDo you also have dealers in Europe? $70 shipping is pretty big percentage of the total product.
And customs will screw me over on top of that.

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On 12/4/2022 at 2:41 PM, Ray Ride4life said:

@Stoltec MotoDo you also have dealers in Europe? $70 shipping is pretty big percentage of the total product.
And customs will screw me over on top of that.

 

No dealers in Europe (yet), but it's been asked before.

 

As far as the shipping price is concerned, was that with or without the rotor?

 

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2 hours ago, Stoltec Moto said:

As far as the shipping price is concerned, was that with or without the rotor?

Without, a rotor i can source here for less although the Galfer looks good.

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20 hours ago, Ray Ride4life said:

Without, a rotor i can source here for less although the Galfer looks good.

Interesting. Send us an email with your shipping address and we’ll dig into it. Maybe there is a glitch in the calculator. 

 

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On 12/7/2022 at 2:12 AM, Stoltec Moto said:

Interesting. Send us an email with your shipping address and we’ll dig into it. Maybe there is a glitch in the calculator. 

I Send an email right after i read this (that was 05:53 CET).
Not being impatient but based on the reaction time here i suspect a chance of ending up in the spam folder.

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After some emailing i bit the bullet and just ordered a kit.
I'm going for the bracket with brake lines with the rear ABS delete.
Because of taxes and import costs i will buy a rotor here, i like the looks of the Galfer but that will end up a €100 more than buying a rotor here in the Netherlands.

Why did i choose for this option?
I need new rotors at 28k km and that's just over a year riding and this kit is just a little more expensive than a rotor but lets see what i get in return.
Less weight and that's unsprung weight as a bonus, i get new braided brake lines (Spiegler) and a rear ABS delete which also was on the wish list.
I ride a lot of mixed on- offroad and ride often with the ABS off but forget it also often and i like to lock up the rear sometimes. Front ABS is nice in the wet and the rare occasion front needs to be locked i still can switch it off and probably already standing still to do so.
Now i only have to buy 1 front rotor and one set brake pads and every time i need to change pads and/or rotors i save one set so next time it's payed back and after that it saves money.

Yes you have a little less stopping power but that is stopping power i cannot use anyway because i always run knobby tyres. These don't have enough rubber on the road to handle that extra stopping power.

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Items are in, Thanks Nick @Stoltec Moto
I was expecting it just after the weekend but i still have to wait for next weekend because i don't have enough brake fluid to refill the system as it comes with new brake lines plus i want to take the rear master cilinder apart to check if and i also have the ABS rings for speedo correction in its way. It would be stupid to take the wheels out now and next week again.
This is in the kit i ordered:
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And this is the with the rotors and pads i'm going to use with this setup (except the ABS rings):
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With me it's function before looks but if they can be combined i'm more than happy to fit it into the design of the bike.
The adapter and rotor hub are obviously matched with the blue rims but i changed my tank and fairing to white with grey and orange, i did kept the OEM blue for the rear fairing but that's covered by the bags i always have on.
The Blue lines will go nice with the Orange handlebar, levers and Rotweiler mirrors and connect those with the rims and rear fairing... will post a picture when i'm finished.

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I really wanted to mount it this weekend but it was snowing the last 2 days and today is freezing even during the day so i can't properly wash the bike and if you seen the pictures in the random ride pics topic you can imaging (and even see) that the bike is not nice to work on.
Also don't have a heated garage (just i little electric one for emergency work) and still are waiting on the ABS speedo correction rings i wanted to change when i have the wheels out.
Next weekend i have other things to do so another 2 weeks wait :classic_sad:
Maybe check for a radial MC in the mean time?? Problem with that beside more money spending is my brake lever would not fit and i want to keep the matching pair. Well... i always say "after this he's finished" but deep down inside i know it will be an ongoing project no matter how oft i say there is nothing that can be improved :classic_blush:

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