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Old 01-21-2016, 01:49 PM   #16
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Here is a problem that sorted itself out, two buyers then none

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tempting as they are i need to find the legs they go on first, so for now bowing out.
what year/make/model/size/etc are you on the hunt for?
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what year/make/model/size/etc are you on the hunt for?
Cbr900rr. 94-95 ideally
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Old 02-28-2016, 10:59 AM   #19
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Updated the ad, I found the other pair of calipers, I now have a 62mm and a 90mm for sale
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Old 03-14-2016, 08:23 PM   #20
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Reviving an old thread, crazy enough these two sets of calipers are still stored in their same box.
Both the 62mm and the 90mm are available.
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hi, i'm interested in 62mm set. Happen to know piston sizes? Need to calculate if I need to change master. thx
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Sounds good, I will dig them out from storage. When mentioning "piston sizes" are you referring to the master cylinder piston diameter (16mm, 19mm) or to the diameter of the pistons in the calipers?
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pistons in caliper please. thx
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this thread is funny because i've stumbled upon it from time to time looking for my unicorn forks

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Cbr900rr. 94-95 ideally
and i finally have a set or 2 but for now sticking with the stock calipers or a set of 6 piston calipers from an MV f4... which don't bolt on easily at all maybe i should find some of these tokicos afterall?

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pistons in caliper please. thx
there are 3 sizes per caliper if memory serves, crazy engineers!
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Quests for parts sometimes turn into life long endeavor: Glad you found your forks.

Now I need to figure out where in the hell I have packed these calipers
Once I find them, I would be happy to measure the pistons.
Out of curiosity, are you going to calculate the volume of brake fluid? For those of us without a proclivity for math, it seems simple to go with whatever MC size was used on the donor bike. For instance the ZRX1200 came stock with these 6 pots
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yes, calculate the ratio of surface areas to figure hydraulic-leverage ratio.

A lot of people like less leverage for firm lever, but that gets tiring at track. I prefer a little more leverage with softer lever that can do 1-finger stoppies.
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