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while lubing my chain with the honda blue and black can i must have gotten some overspray on the rotor, and the rear brakes aren't stopping the bike all that well. i got some brake parts cleaner and cleaned the rotor, i'm going to do it in the morning again, does anyone know if this will help or should i go and pick up new pads tomorrow? the bike only has 1143 miles on it so i'd really hat to have to buy pads but i will if need be, thanks
 

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Buy some Gunk and Pull the back pads off, spray the pads, and wipe clean and use the same towel with the spray already on it and clean the rotor, I would Recomend the Gunk with Orange Oil it removes chain lub really well, then take some Rubbing Alcohol on a new towel and rub the pads and rotor clean.... Should be good as new....
If not bleed your back brakes
 

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or just buy brake cleaner and clean the rotor. Take the brake pads out and sand them down a bit to get the oil off.
 

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Steve-o said:
or just buy brake cleaner and clean the rotor. Take the brake pads out and sand them down a bit to get the oil off.
this is what i was going to recommend as well
 
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