I tried to fit some brake hoses I had lying around the garage but the angles of the caliper hose mount is very different. I tried several times to calculate lengths and angles of the necessary brake hoses and order custom ones. Then it dawned on me to order hoses for the S1000RR that the calipers are designed for and they’ll probably work. The hoses are from Core made in the US and are the simplest routing, having a ‘T’ split to the calipers.
The brake master cylinder was mounted and work began on mounting the reservoir. There’s no easy way of mounting the reservoir with the stock brackets with an aftermarket Brembo master cylinder. A different solution will be needed.
The last fitment was to remove the fork caps and bottom out the suspension to verify wheel clearance to the radiator and oil cooler. It’s awfully tight to the radiator, but remember this is with the fork dust seals sitting on the fork bottoms. The suspension should never see this position during racing. That being said, there is still technically room to the oil cooler, cylinder head as well as the radiator. The front racing tire will be a little bigger in circumference than the tire currently mounted, but given the space available, I don’t think this will be a problem under any racing condition.