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post #11 of 18 Old 08-13-19, 12:59
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Cool. Looks like stock plus 3".

I've done custom lines before and needed angle of banjo bends.

I bought OEM calipers from eBay. Once brakes become an issue, I'll upgrade. I did buy a Magura HC1 master cylinder as I have them on my other bikes and really like the feel.

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Mine was plus 3" due to the fact that I have a Street Triple with handlebars. Your Daytona shouldn't need the extra length.

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post #12 of 18 Old 08-13-19, 13:54
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I'm selling a caliper rebuild kit if you want to just put new pistons and seals in and make them like new instead of replacing with other used calipers.

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Different question, same topic-

My I'm bolting calipers back up and all the bolts have spacers on them. I set torque wrench to 40 ftlbs and crank. Keep turning and turning. I was crushing the spacers.

1. Do OEM bolts have spacers? I've looked at diagram and I don't think so.

2. If they do, what's part number?

3. What's 13? Says 'seal'?

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That's the wrong torque value. The correct torque setting is 35 Nm or 25.8 ft lbf.




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I have Haynes manual. Shows it with break at VIN.

Either way, are the spacers OEM or do I need to get a new set of bolts that are proper length? I'll do less torque and safety wire them

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Almost positive they weren't washers. I think they were used to line up the caliper to the fork casting. They go between the fork and the caliper, not between caliper and bolt. Might be wrong, just what I seem to remember.

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Almost positive they weren't washers. I think they were used to line up the caliper to the fork casting. They go between the fork and the caliper, not between caliper and bolt. Might be wrong, just what I seem to remember.
I think you're right. Something happened with different VIN numbers and these. I couldn't find the part in diagram. Went to dealer and they pulled them right up.

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