I've got a device I really should test for the mag, but I have no real desire to fit it to my bike. I've put it off for too long and thought I might see if anyone's interested. It's one of these: http://www.tcbbrakesystems.com/ Effectively according to the manufacturer it provides a bit of flex at the limits of braking to allow the pads to slip over surface irregularities on the discs instead of gripping and locking the wheel. The effect is supposed to be that you can brake harder without skidding the front wheel. Why don't I want it? Well, I practice hard braking all the time, and I use such sticky tyres that I don't think I can remember a single time when I've lost the front under braking. The bike stoppies well before it feels like slipping. I'd get very little benefit from this device if it works like it says it does. So here's the offer; I'd like to test the unit on a bike that DOES slide the front under hard braking - I'd imagine this would include most cruisers, 250cc bikes with long-wearing tyres, that kind of thing. Cruisers would probably be preferable, their rearward weight distribution gives the front tyre a hard time under heavy braking 'cause there's no way the rear will come up. I believe it has to be a japanese bike because of the thread size of the unit I've been given. If anyone's willing to be a guinea pig for this gear test, and let me test the braking of your bike before and after fitting, take some photos etc - then you're welcome to keep the TCB unit afterwards, they sell for a hundred bucks or so IIRC. We'll fit and test it at a spanner night, and if you don't like the effect I'll take it off and put your bike back to stock. My expectation is that the brake lever will feel a bit more progressive, rather than the quick bite and grab that sportsbikes tend to aim for, and that you'll be able to grab the brake harder with a bit more confidence, particularly if you feel your front brakes are a bit full-on. If it feels at all dangerous to me when I test the thing, we'll yank it off and piff it ceremonially into the bin before it has a chance to cause you any danger. I've had this thing since January and I really should write it up with a full and honest review using it on the type of bike it's designed to help. We'll bleed your brakes before both tests so we can be sure we're testing your brakes at their best. Anyone interested? Feel free to ask any questions.