Place the caliper so that the brake rotor fits in between the pads.
Line up the bracket with the mount on the forks, and using the two 12mm bolts you set aside previously, attach the bracket to the mount. Using a torque wrench, torque the bolts to 17-22 ft-lbs (24-30 N*m)
If you haven't done so already, re-attach the retainer pin cap with a flathead screwdriver.
Since the VFR 750 has two rotors in the front, repeat these steps on the opposite side to replace the brake pads on the other caliper.
Before riding the motorcycle, be sure to pump the front brake until the lever becomes firm. Pressure must be restored to the system before it can be safely used.
Once the fix is completed, be sure to follow the proper brake pad bedding instructions to maximize braking performance.
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