Trailtech Endurance Mounting

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  • CJPilot

Posted October 15, 2003 - 08:11 PM


For those of you who have installed the endurance on your bike. Did you have to drill into the caliper to mount the magnetic pickup or did you epoxy it? I just recieved mine today and couldn't figure out how attach it to the caliper. If I just epoxy it, will it last? From the picture on their website it looks like they drilled and tapped a hole to mount it. How's you guys do it? :)

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  • qadsan

Posted October 15, 2003 - 08:34 PM


It's been a while since I've done this, but I recall having to drill a small hole into the caliper and the sensor was installed with a self tapping screw that was supplied in the kit. It works well and I've talked to plenty of people using them on XR's, CRF's, DRZ's, YZF's, etc.

  • CJPilot

Posted October 15, 2003 - 08:50 PM


Great, thats what it looked like in the pics but I wanted to be sure. Thier instructions leave alot to the imagination and my imagination always costs me money :D
Off to the garage I go :)

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