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Use the dial

The CPS system ensures that the pads are aligned properly (flat) to the rotor. Once they are aligned, you adjust the inboard and outboard pads into their positions in accordance with the instructions.
 

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MileHighMark said:
In the BB7 instructions, it says that the pads/caliper should be offset closer to the inboard side. Is it better to set the position of the inner pad via the CPS or the knob?
Use the CPS to center and align the rotor in the caliper. Use the knobs for pad adjustment.
 

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Thanks for the tips. I installed them yesterday, and it was easier than I anticipated. With the Speed Dial levers it was pretty simple to get the modulation/feel that I wanted. Running full-length housing for the rear should keep the lever action/feel "light" for quite a while.
 
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