beside frando, i don't see much option for this bike...
unless you want to made an adapter and upgrade the front rotor to 320 mm (if yours is 15-16), well you can use 100 mm brembo's caliper...
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Frando is Taiwanese brand, they made good brake calipers and master cylinder...What is fando?
Mine is a 2017 will 100mm brembos fit?
I'm running Galfer HH and Motul 5.1what pads and fluids do you recommend?
I second this. I run EBC HH sintered pads front and rear with Bel-Ray Super DOT 4 fluid on my bike. It was a phenomenal difference and I didn't feel any brake fading on the track. Definitely change your fluid and pads. Brembo brakes are nice but outside of motorsports, they've grown to become more of a bling factor, never to be used outside of stop and go traffic.
I also wold question whether a caliper 'upgrade' is needed. Like CDN Duke, I found that pads made a huge difference. I went with EBC HH pads. It took all of 3 minutes to install them.
If you want to upgrade the brake fluid (if you use the brakes heavily and are having trouble with heat) you should consider Motul 660, which has very high wet and dry boiling points. I have some on hand, but haven't made the switch.
Just changing the pads made a surprisingly large improvement in braking. Really, really big. I've since gone to the expense of fitting a Galfer full-floating 320mm rotor, and it made only a minor difference.
So I'd say change the pads first, and then consider whether you might be able to declare an easy (and inexpensive) victory.
If you have a 2017 from late 2017, your bike should still be under warranty? See if you can get this corrected under warranty?There are 2 problems with the bybre caliper.
First you can't get a rebuild kit for them.
2nd in my opinion they weren't made very well.
In the caliper i have the pistons rock a bit and get stuck.
I pulled my caliper last week to clean them, and one pad was worn half way through the other side was hardly worn at all.
Yes I could buy a new caliper for $270, but mine don't have a lot of miles on them, and there's no guarantee a new one would be any better.
So, if it were possible I'd like to get something that at least worked as expected.
If you have a 2017 from late 2017, your bike should still be under warranty? See if you can get this corrected under warranty?
I'd investigate warranty.
What exactly did you modify on the brakes? If only fluid and pads, nothing to invalidate warranty.
If you've got a bad caliper, at least see if you can get a new one under warranty to use as a base for future rebuilds.
Checking online, I came across this: