Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Long Island, NY
I have to agree with Sugar Bear. Do the new wheels not allow for a dual rotor? Although I wonder if you can only go with a single rotor can you go with a better aftermarket multi-piston caliper-Brembo comes to mind. I'm not quite sure if a better caliper on a single disk can equal the stopping power of dual disks. I also think that Sugar Bear's other point about the master cylinder is a valid one. You may have to address that as well as I believe that there may be an issue with fluid volume and distribution if you alter the receiving end of the brake fluid.
While its not an answer, its at least food for thought. Do some extensive research. Be safe rather than sorry-brakes are kinda important ;~). Good luck. Post some before and after pics!
09 V Star 950
Mustang Seat with Backrest
Kuryakyn Side Mount Tag Holder
Yamaha Rear Rack
2005 Kendon Triple Rail Stand Up Trailer with Rock Guard