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Saw the add for the 360 brake and that is a radical look! If the performance live up to the talk than I would love to check out a bike with the setup.

Would that system work on the Fury because the Fury has the strangest looking hubs. Not symmetrical but still balanced!?!
I do feel gyro effect when applying Front braking and my front brakes make a stranger than normal sound?
 

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Saw the add for the 360 brake and that is a radical look! If the performance live up to the talk than I would love to check out a bike with the setup.

Would that system work on the Fury because the Fury has the strangest looking hubs. Not symmetrical but still balanced!?!
I do feel gyro effect when applying Front braking and my front brakes make a stranger than normal sound?


Link to it??????
 

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I will give them a call today or Thurs.

I like the look and want to git rid of gyro effect it really kicks when you have a passenger. My wife is only 110lbs. and I feel it 70-30 brakes creates hard pull...
 

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Doesn't it work like drum brakes? Sounds less efficient to me...
 

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They don't work with stock wheels. They ONLY work for aftermarket wheels like RC Components with removable hubs. Yes, they can be to work on a Fury but custom made spacers have to be made.
 

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Uses circular brake pad and they stated that it apply brake 360 flat towards hub where a drum as you know is two pads or one pad I would worry more about heat or failure to to over heating?

Read there claims...
There is a reason for the rotor!

No Fury
Thanks for info on hub spacers and rim issues!!
 

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They can be put on a fury with aftermarket wheels. I make honda hubs for aftermarket wheels that will run the 360. The 360 though has had some issues in the past with stock braking systems not producing enough force to push the brake resulting in no brakes at all on some metric bikes. The brake is all HD based. They have done some redesigns though and I have the new 6 inch version coming in to test on a vtx1800. Once tested if it will stop and 1800 it will stop a Fury and I may offer some. I wont do any though if there is any kind of issue with stopping power. Im all about safety first.

Heres the 360 on hondas.


 

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Looks good!!! For me safety is #1. I also want to keep my factory black wheels, so it's a no on that idea for me.
 

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Hey Stump
I've seen them on a couple of choppers but they were on the front wheel, but Man it really cleans up the rear on your bike. Its another idea if I go with a fat tire kit
I notice you still have a stock style brake system on the front was that because of the brake issue you mentioned?

I have been looking for Velocity stacks just like the ones in the top photo are they your design or an other vendor?
 

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That looks sweet!

They can be put on a fury with aftermarket wheels. I make honda hubs for aftermarket wheels that will run the 360. The 360 though has had some issues in the past with stock braking systems not producing enough force to push the brake resulting in no brakes at all on some metric bikes. The brake is all HD based. They have done some redesigns though and I have the new 6 inch version coming in to test on a vtx1800. Once tested if it will stop and 1800 it will stop a Fury and I may offer some. I wont do any though if there is any kind of issue with stopping power. Im all about safety first.

Heres the 360 on hondas.


Expensive option, but nice!
 
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