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A** vibrating when I apply brakes

like the title says my ass vibrates when im at a stop and i have the brakes on, is this just the pump or whatever? if so is this normal, or sign of bad breaks or pump.. Cant notice it when moving only when stoped. if i let go of the brakes it stops when i apply them again it vibrates again. im noob, any help apprecitaed!

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the pump or whatever? what do you mean?

there is not a pump for the brakes...????


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This is a weird one, as Dep said there's no pump, brake system goes from the levers to the rotors, that's it. Is it when you apply the front or rear brake, or both? Is it when you are in gear or in neutral?

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yea, if you are stopped. and then apply the brakes and then and only then feel a vibe, thats fawking strange. the only thing that i can think of that would even come close to having a relation to that would be the fact that the brake levers have electronic switches on them. perhaps one of them has an issue and is causing some kind of weird load or something to cause a loss of voltage. i dont know. that just doesnt make sense at all from what you say is happening.


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Maybe this is it: When the brakes aren't applied, the vibration from the engine can dissipate through small amounts of tire movement (rolling a little bit), but when you lock the brakes up the vibrations don't go through the wheels but through the bike, and then your @$$.

I wonder how strong the vibrations are? Couldn't be that much right?

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no there not really strong vibrations, just enough for me to notice.. if any little thing is ever dif on my bike or anything i drive ill notice im picky that way.

like i said im noob thought there could be a pump or something.. but what you guys ar saying with the electronics sounds like it could be it... as for it only doing it when stoped, like said befor by jsteckelberg i think its not noticeable casue there are other viberations just form the engine/exaust or w.e or just goes through the tires.

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heres a way to tell if it is the switches or not, simply disconect them and see if when you apply the brakes that vibe is still occuring. you know, mb you are just crazy and you think you r noticing something that isnt there. skitzo haha


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ya i think its just when you hit the brakes the vibrations cannot disipate anywhere else accept up into you


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im bout to go out to lunch. im gona see if i notice ne changes in vibration while at a stop with the brakes engaged. i cant image that it would...


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^ let us know i don't think its anything to be concerned about either way though


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heres a way to tell if it is the switches or not, simply disconect them and see if when you apply the brakes that vibe is still occuring. you know, mb you are just crazy and you think you r noticing something that isnt there. skitzo haha
loll no not skitzo, its defenatly there. and what do you mean to tell if its the switches? what switches

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^ let us know i don't think its anything to be concerned about either way though
i didnt think it was anything to bad either, just thought id make sure.. see if anyone else noticed it

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i was talking about the switches that connect from the lever to the lights, ie: brake light switch. if you look you should see a wire set coming from the brake levers. . .

well i tried many different variations of pressing the brakes and i didnt notice any kind of variable in the vibration i felt.

mb when you press your levers you change your body position in a way that allows you to feel the vibrations, which remain constant, a little better. this may lead you to beleive that while the levers are depressed that the bike has more vibes. . .i dno


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lol yeah god only knows, i have to change positions to use my back brakes or front brakes yet it still does that. but oh well cant be anything too serious, dont fix whats not broke right so if everythings working i guess im good to go !

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yea, but the ffact that you noticed somethign is strange.. ne way goodluck


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