Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: New Hampshire
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The first thing to check is the pads. You should be able to look at the them and see how much actual pad material is left. If there is only backing plate is left then its time for some new pads.
If its not the pads its possible that some air got into the system. Its possible that the reservoir no longer has fluid to supply. Check the the level in the rear reservoir to see how low it is or if there is even fluid left.
I would do some research on how brake systems work so you can get a better understanding of what is there when you look at.
2012 CBR250R Black
Racetech springs and emulators, Yamaha R6 shock, Yoshi Rearset Risers, Babyface GP Shift adapter, EBC HH Sintered Front and Rear Brake Pads, CBR600RR pegs, Mirror delete with CBR600RR block offs, Ebay Bar-end mirror, Red LED dash, The2Wheels levers, Homemade Fender Eliminator, LED Blinkers, Tank pads and grips, CBR300R seat, Spider Peak red Grips, Vortex Clip ons, DFC, Delkevic 14' Slip on, Spiegler Braided Front Brake Line,Black Rims
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