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if you were going to buy bike with BEST BRAKING system, what would you buy, excluding ABS(too much$)?

as a rider im not a beginner but no expert either, looking for really good brakes, 600/750 sport bike, thanks for help

Answer:

ABS is never too much $. Unless you are always on the track then ABS is a must. Roads are inherently unpredictable and when your time comes to have a car (or child) pop up in front of you, there is no time for a critical assessment of the road surface and just how hard you can brake before the front wheel locks. Just one saved spill and an ABS system will easily have paid for itself.
May 28, 2018
You can fit aftermarket calipers, discs and pads that will (might) improve the braking performance, but out of the box, the best reviews I have read are for the brakes fitted to some Triumphs including the 675 Daytona and Street Triple. I think Jancie means Brembo.
May 28, 2018
Brambo calipers and SBK pads would be what I recommend, but these are easy swap outs on any sport bike. Most sport bikes come from the factory with more than adequate brakes and tires. Learn how to ride is what I recommend.
May 28, 2018
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May 28, 2018
Depending on how hard you deck someone. And depending on how thick you make the clay. remember plates and stuff break when you drop them, clay isnt mega strong. So it would more then likely break.
May 28, 2018

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