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Rear Brake

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Offline Nelsdias11

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Rear Brake
« on: June 26, 2018, 01:58:36 PM »
Rear breaks are always suppose to be weaker compared to front brake bite. But Dominar rear brake is the weakest, sometimes had to keep entire feet on the brake pedal to feel some bite..
Even the rear brake pedal is very hard to press and needs regular maintainance.

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Re: Rear Brake
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2018, 09:40:57 PM »
I had same problem after they changed my ABS house pipe it was fixed. I would suggest you to try a different bike in our group coz when I tried every bike had different feel

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Re: Rear Brake
« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2018, 10:18:19 PM »
I tried Sanjay's bike.. It was great but seen a lot of bikes that too early 2017 editions having hard brake pedal.
Do you recommend me to change the ABS hose?
How much does it cost?

I need to get this fixed as poor rear brake causing my cone set damage is what i feel.

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Re: Rear Brake
« Reply #3 on: June 28, 2018, 03:27:28 PM »
Update 28 June 2018

I referred Vijay Hansora video on DIY fix,

Removed the bolt connecting the brake lever,
Cleaned all the dirt
Spared WD40, cleaned again
Put some lube to the bolt and fitted again,

Brake  bite is a lot better today.
Keep you posted if its a long term fix.

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Re: Rear Brake
« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2018, 11:08:42 AM »
I bought the bike on 27th june, well call me unlucky! To top it off 2 days back I started getting a squealing noise from the rear wheel and the most shocking part! The rear breaks don't work! There is absolutely no action! I hope it's just a small issue with the break oil/the connection and not the ABS. This is so annoying.

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Re: Rear Brake
« Reply #5 on: July 05, 2018, 12:15:25 PM »
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I bought the bike on 27th june, well call me unlucky! To top it off 2 days back I started getting a squealing noise from the rear wheel and the most shocking part! The rear breaks don't work! There is absolutely no action! I hope it's just a small issue with the break oil/the connection and not the ABS. This is so annoying.

Can you explain more on the issue ? its hardly a week since you bought the bike and you shouldn't get any major issues
usually the rear brake is weak compared to front.

Is the brake pedal so hard ?
Can you see the brake fluid in the reservoir ?
Do you see any ABS warning light in the secondary display console?

Re: Rear Brake
« Reply #6 on: July 05, 2018, 12:59:43 PM »
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I bought the bike on 27th june, well call me unlucky! To top it off 2 days back I started getting a squealing noise from the rear wheel and the most shocking part! The rear breaks don't work! There is absolutely no action! I hope it's just a small issue with the break oil/the connection and not the ABS. This is so annoying.

Can you explain more on the issue ? its hardly a week since you bought the bike and you shouldn't get any major issues
usually the rear brake is weak compared to front.

Is the brake pedal so hard ?
Can you see the brake fluid in the reservoir ?
Do you see any ABS warning light in the secondary display console?
Luckily there are no warning lights which have come up. Added to it the peak of not hard, it does travel all the way down but there's absolutely no response from the break. The fluid was upto the minimum Mark when I checked. But now it's a little lesser I suppose! Leakage possibly?

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Re: Rear Brake
« Reply #7 on: July 09, 2018, 09:03:21 AM »
Update : got it checked at the service center. They say it's ok that the rear breaks are not strong and whole gyam about ABS I'm still not convinced. There should be at least a little force with which the bike should at least slow down. Added to it they sanded the rear break pads. The noise was give for a few kms and now it's worse! Hard to imagine how I'll ride with a squalling squeaking new bike! I don't think I can rely on the service center folks. They are just ignorant bunch of people who want you gone. Any pointers on how and where can I get it fixed? Because honestly I don't see them honoring the warranty either!

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