ROADSMITH ELECTRIC REVERSE

ROADSMITH Electric Reverse

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ROADSMITH fabricates a mechanical brake that attaches to the right-side-rear-wheel’s brake caliper and is actuated by a traditional pull-type lever (Shown above on a ROADSMITH HDTR Harley Conversion Kit).

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For the majority of our kits, ROADSMITH fabricates a mechanical brake that attaches to a single rear wheel’s brake caliper and is actuated by a traditional pull-type lever with a locking mechanism on the side of the bike. This includes the manual transmission ROADSMITH HTX1800 as well as the rest of the Shaft-Drive Hondas, which is currently all of the Honda Conversion Kits that we offer.

As for our Belt-Drive kits, the system works exactly like it does on the manual-transmission Shaft-Drive bikes, as well as most modern automobiles produce in the last, oh…half-century or so…where a mechanical pull-type, locking lever attaches to a single rear brake caliper.

The only exception to the rule in this case is currently the HTX1800 with the automatic DCT transmission (though we have a feeling that more and more models, especially those coming from Honda, will feature the same DCT transmission as an option as well). In the case of the HTX1800, while not easy to do, we are able to retain the stock, push-button actuated electronic parking brake system that comes standard on the bike from Honda!

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Shown (above) are various images detailing both the inner working of the electric reverse system and its motor, as well as the pull-type actuation lever used on various different ROADSMITH models.

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