(This is a continuation of something started over in the pro-racing forum) I don't know how to do this, I am asking... I am a longtime Yamaha rider and have had a KTM for the past year and a half. One thing significantly better on the KTM is the front brake. Comparatively speaking, the yamaha front brake is very weak. There is a discussion on another forum about this and it was recommended to use the Honda caliper. I countered with the fact that they are both twin piston Nissin units, so what's the difference. It was suggested to me that the shorter brake like and the fact that the Honda caliper brake line is on the top instead of the bottom gives it more instant pressure. It was also suggested that you could shim the plunger on the yamaha brake setup, but wouldn't this simply cause the front brake to drag? What does everyone do. I can never really do one finger braking on my yamaha's because the brake isn't good enough like it is on the Yamaha. And before you ask... yes, I've rebuilt the brake cylinder, caliper and have swapped to braided lines with no difference. What does everyone do?