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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-21-2007, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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Nissin Radial Calipers

Curious, has anyone considered mounting Nissin radial calipers (like GSXR) to a 750/910S as opposed to the very expensive Brembos? Other than replacing the fork bottoms, they should mount right up to the stock SS lines.

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Might mount up with the correct fork bottoms....but not sure anyone makes fork bottoms for the MV that have the right spacing for anything other then Brembos...

probably cost more in the long run trying to have special parts made, might as well stick with the Brembos (used regular calipers not so expensive...racing mono-blocs are).

Or upgrade the pads in your stock Nissins...

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The problem isn't find the caliper, the problem is the radial mount bottoms. They are very expensive.
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I have a set of 108mm radial bottoms to fit the MV 50mm fork legs..

Let me know if your interested and I'll dig them out ..

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I have a set of 108mm radial bottoms to fit the MV 50mm fork legs..
me too, but i'm using them....

John, are yours machined out on the backsides?
mine look like they weigh a ton, but they are hollow toward the wheel

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me too, but i'm using them....

John, are yours machined out on the backsides?
mine look like they weigh a ton, but they are hollow toward the wheel

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Hi Noel

Here are some pics of these 108mm spaced MV Radial fork bottoms..

I bought 2 sets of these fork bottoms (one with 100mm and the other 108mm).. I wasn't sure which caliper I was going to use, but in the end I when for the 100mm set for my MV.

Have also attached pictures of my forks with the 100mm Radial fork bottoms fitted..

This spare 108mm Radial fork bottoms are now surplus to requirements and if anyone is interested then please send me a PM, and I'll sell them off cheap.
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Hi Noel

Here are some pics of these 108mm spaced MV Radial fork bottoms..

I bought 2 sets of these fork bottoms (one with 100mm and the other 108mm).. I wasn't sure which caliper I was going to use, but in the end I when for the 100mm set for my MV.

Have also attached pictures of my forks with the 100mm Radial fork bottoms fitted..

This spare 108mm Radial fork bottoms are now surplus to requirements and if anyone is interested then please send me a PM, and I'll sell them off cheap.
Very nice picture!
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