Where to mount trailtech sensor with 320 rotors


5 replies to this topic
  • Paewraul

Posted June 30, 2006 - 07:31 PM

#1

Any suggestions? When you put the 320s on, the caliper no longer covers the disc bolts. Just wondering if anyone had any luck with a sensor mount position.


I have the EBC kit.

  • 06WR450FSM

Posted June 30, 2006 - 10:41 PM

#2

While I was figuring out what to do about my stock speedo not working with my supermoto hubs, I used a bicycle computer. A magnet attaches to a spoke and I mounted the sensor to the brake line where it passed on the inside of the lower fork protector just past the edge of the 17 x 3.50 rim edge near the spoke magnet. It worked flawlessly for 4 months until I got the Vapor. Perhaps you can mount the TrailTech sensor to the caliper(or someplace else) close enough to pick up a spoke-mounted magnet (you can get one from a bike store for a couple of bucks).

Or call TrailTech for ideas?

  • nitronaf

Posted July 01, 2006 - 01:45 AM

#3

I also have the ebc kit
i will post pictures tomorow after work

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  • Paewraul

Posted July 01, 2006 - 05:03 AM

#4

Nitronaf,
Did your EBC kit not come with bolts to mount the caliper? I am annoyed that I have to go find some bolts at HD just to mount em up.

06WR450FSM,
Does the vapor mount the same way (with a magnet)?

Thanks guys!

  • blanchy450

Posted July 01, 2006 - 01:33 PM

#5

Mounted mine on the adapter. Came around the front and bottom of the front fork and up. Works well but very hard to get a photo as its tucked away.

  • 06WR450FSM

Posted July 03, 2006 - 10:22 AM

#6

Nitronaf,
Did your EBC kit not come with bolts to mount the caliper? I am annoyed that I have to go find some bolts at HD just to mount em up.

06WR450FSM,
Does the vapor mount the same way (with a magnet)?

Thanks guys!


The Vapor uses the usual magnetic rotor bolt, but will probably pick up any other location with a strong neodynium magnet that is mounted close enough to the sensor.




 
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