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Need help with rear caliper fitment

I am in need of a rear caliper with 64 mm spacing. I purchased a carrier from Motocorse and did not read that it was for the brembo racing caliper. And at over $1000 for the caliper. I can not see justifying the cost. Does anyone know of a different caliper which would work? I hardly use the rear brake.
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?..... I hardly use the rear brake.
So, just leave it off.....

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Would lower the weight.
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Bugger, not nice mate. Have you had a look on eBay Andrew, I remember seeing quite a few getting around during one of my many part hunting expeditions.

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Looked but can't find anything at a reasonable price. Not sure if I should keep the part or let it go.
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Andrew.

Merry Christmas mate and wish you all the best for 2013..

Try getting a quote for the Brembo Super Sport P2 34.. Check to see if Brembo produce this in the 64mm spacing.. This caliper has alloy pistons and is much cheaper than the Ti piston racing caliper equivalent .

I have a 64mm CNC rear caliper in stock and if I can find where it is hidden, I'll let you know where I bought it..

I might have come from Haberkamm at Performance Parts Cologne.


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Thanks John. If anyone would have special parts it would be the
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Here is my suggestion Andrew,

http://www.yoyodyneti.com/ProductInf...productid=32x2

From memory, Fred Renz at Yoyodyne had these made up to use the same pad found in the Brembo racing caliper.
I think this is compatable pad:
http://www.yoyodyneti.com/ProductInf...productid=32x2
The Yoyodyne caliper is extremely light.
Contact Fred to confirm compatability of the caliper & the correct pads.
Yoyodyne
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Dang - links don't work do they.
Go to:
http://yoyodyneti.com

In the left column click on "Brembo Racing & HP"
Click on "Rear Caliper & Kits"
Click "64mm mount Race"
And 4 from the top is this caliper:
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Hahaha, struggling a bit Dave...lol. They are just playing "hard to get" with us.

That is a great price Andrew, I did not see those.
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