Front Brake stopping power?
After rebuilding my master cylinder with a K&L rebuild kit as well as my calipers (replaced both piston seals) It seems like I am not getting enough power out of the system to efficiently stop the bike.
Granted, I have no idea how the brakes felt prior to rebuilding since the master cylinder was frozen with years of crud caked onto the piston.
it feels like the pads are not pressing hard enough against the rotors to be able to stop me quickly enough. When I am at a standstill testing the brakes, It holds well enough that the tire will drag across the pavement, but again, when coming to a stop, it fells like its taking too long.
I've bled the lines and I'm not getting even the tiniest hin of air in the system. I'm at a bit of a loss.
I suppose i may be making a mistake to comparing the stopping ability to my Honda rebel which is of course a smaller and much lighter bike. However, I am sill a bit concerned.
Ideas, suggestions? am I just over reacting here?
......I'd rather wake up in the middle of nowhere then in any city on earth.
*2014 VN900 Custom (16,200 miles and counting)