The Versys is a good bike and to make it a great bike, one needs to address the ways that Kawi's accountants chose to save money. One of these areas is the sliding style front brake calipers rather than a 4 piston design. Tim has made a bracket to fit Nissin conventional 4 piston calipers to his ER but I am going one step further and fitting 4 piston radial calipers. I am aware of a supplier in Taiwan selling Versys brackets for radial calipers but not the ABS model. Anyone know of an off the shelf bracket before I go and reinvent the wheel? I have wasted 2 months with local specialty parts suppliers who work with some BKK CNC machine shop, in an attempt to get a suitable bracket to mount radial calipers to my Versys. They supposedly have a design that works but the 2 sets supplied are wrong in several ways and rather than struggle any further to help them get it right, I have decided to design one myself. My design is to fit Tokico radial calipers with a standard 108mm bolt pattern - this is used by several caliper manufacturers. These came on a lot of Kawi models including the 636 ZX6R's and the ZX-10's. Loads are available on Ebay and even locally as the ZX-10 is made here. I paid 40 USD for a pair on Fleabay plus a rebuild kit and powdercoating by Richco in Chiangmai Best to pair it with a Nissin radial MC from the same bikes, or Brembo if you are feeling flush. A new Nissin is available from Kawi, and the 6700 B 2012 model looks like the Versys model but radial and larger bore. I used a 09 version as I found a new one on Fleabay for 115.00 CNC shops have an economy of scale so rather than make just a pair for myself, it will be only incrementally more expensive to make several sets. I know a really good CNC shop that can do the work given the right design. I anticipate a cost for the bracket at around 3500 B if I have several sets made Anyone interested?