Pissible group buy, rear caliper holder with 84mm spacing (brembo) - MVAgusta.net
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post #1 of 52 (permalink) Old 07-21-2010, 02:30 PM Thread Starter
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Possible group buy, rear caliper holder with 84mm spacing (brembo)

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Hey guys, I found this company that is willing to make rear caliper holders for F4's (not sure if it will fit Bruties too) that has 84mm bolt spacing to hold Brembo rear calipers, either the $500 HP or the forged units off of a Ducati 1098/1198.

Let me first say that I have NO financial connection to this company, Im just sick of the rear brake sucking on my bike and am looking for a cost effective way to upgrade it to a Brembo caliper!

This company makes axial to radial caliper adapter mounts and rear caliper mounts for Jap bikes to fit brembo calipers at the moment, so I asked them if they would be willing to make it for the MV and they said yes. Im still waiting for him to give me cost but judging by how much he sells the other rear caliper mounts, I belive its going to be around $100 USD each.

AGAIN, I WILL NOT BE SELLING THESE! I WILL GIVE OUT THE COMPANYS INFO AND YOU CAN BUY FROM THEM DIRECT!

The only thing we need to supply is a stock rear caliper and holder for him to work off of. Anyone have a extra set laying around? (CAG?)

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At $100 I'm in. I do seem to remember that someone once told me a 916/996 Ducati Corse part would fit on the MV.
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I don't think the issue is the caliper, but the hydraulic leverage ratio. Changing the M/C will improve the leverage ratio and increase the clamping force on the rear disk.
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Well, the other benifit would be a lighter rear caliper, the Brembo forged 2 piston caliper that comes on late model Ducs are way lighter than the nissin we have now. You can get a used one off of ebay for about $100. So total upgrade cost of $200. At that cost, I would be willing to try it out to see if it made a difference.

But we need a donor rear caliper and bracket to send him for measurements. It will be returned back in the same condition!

I dont know, I just really want a brembo rear caliper on my MV

Here is an example of his work. Its for a GSXR (I think) with 84mm spacing.


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I could remove my caliper and bracket if no one has an extra.
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Carl that's great! He just sent me the pricing and it's cheap!

Hi there,
1~5-US$90/per.
6~10-US$75/per.
10~20-US$65/per.

The bracket are made by alu 6060-T651 billet.

Who's in?

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So is nobody going to mention the 'allo allo' thread title then?
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whoa... i have a spare Brembo rear here in my hand

the piston size is 32mm.....the Nissin has to be smaller bore or you're wasting your time and money

measure a Nissin!

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