Sorry, I meant to say "brake lever".don't you mean the front brake master cylinder or will it be the rear master cylinder. The caliper is on the lower front fork leg or the rear swing arm.
you could mount an extra master cylinder on the left and plumb it into the front or rear line with a T fitting. Then you could use both. Just get a left hand fluid clutch master cylinder like a lot of bikes have on the left bar.
I thought I saw a thread on here where someone had figured out a way to adjust the brake pedal.Thomphoto, hang in there and search some Japanese sites. I have talked with some mechanics and it is doable but have not pursued it. I also scoot and have had a Burg 650.
I am trying to make up my mind about this switchover. In the twisties I usually use the paddle shifters. So if I switch to a rear brake on the left lever will my left hand be too busy (my timing is slowing down .lol..) shifting and possibly braking. Using the foot brake seperates these functions. Also my hands are on the small side and Honda did not place an adjustable brake lever on the right side (no problem tho).
Probably good advice, thanks.You can NOT have two master cylinders feeding one caliper. There is a parking brake cable type caliper already there. I would not use it as a rear service brake. The CTX has an excellent braking system and I would not mess with it.
Unlearning scooter habits will be cheaper, easier, and safer. Just my 2cents
Different stokes, etc.......I am just trying to get all the info I can before I decide to swap my Burgie for the ctx. So far, the ctx is the only bike I would consider trading for. I will probably wait until after the first of the year to do anything. I definitely do not want anything manual shift at my age (76).
LOL!This meant that I had to shift the weight of my body so that only my left foot was firmly on the pavement; then lift my right foot and put it on the rear brake; then release the front brake; and now I was ready to roll out, except that now the light was yellow again.