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post #1 of 18 Old 08-10-19, 11:00 Thread Starter
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Direct bolt on front caliper options for 2009

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New to Daytona ownership. Dedicated track bike.

Just bought an 09 and going through it to see what needs to be addressed. The Nissin calipers have some rust on the pistons. I'm fine just getting OEM calipers off eBay and calling it a day.... BUT if there's an effective upgrade I'm interested in learning about it. I prefer feel to power.


I am planning on a Magura HC1 master cylinder as I have them on other bikes.

I've done searches and it looks like the R6 and R1 calipers might work.

I looked at the part interchangablity (sic) sticky and couldn't tell what years/generations I was reading about.

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R6 calipers from 2006+
R1 calipers from 2015+
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Are brake lines compatible? Assuming they are.

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Are brake lines compatible? Assuming they are.
The banjos on the Yamaha calipers are in slightly different spots. You may be able to bend the stock 675 lines to fit, but I'd plan on a new set of lines.
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I have the brembos that came stock on gsxr's and tbey work great. I did have to get different lines for them though. I now have a separate line from the master for each of the calipers instead of a crossover line. Strong enough that I almost threw myself ass over teakettle at the track yesterday after abusing the brakes all day long.

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R6 calipers from 2006+
R1 calipers from 2015+
They require new lines and spacers.
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I have the brembos that came stock on gsxr's and tbey work great. I did have to get different lines for them though. I now have a separate line from the master for each of the calipers instead of a crossover line. Strong enough that I almost threw myself ass over teakettle at the track yesterday after abusing the brakes all day long.
Same. I paired the gixxer Brembo calipers with a 19 RCS master and two fingers will get your rear wheel off the ground if you're not careful. Just need longer bolts and new brake lines.

Plenty of these calipers on fleaBay.

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Yall have specs on lines?

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Yall have specs on lines?

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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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