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    Posted: 13 Nov 2015 at 12:18
After some radial parts for a front end swap.

Items required....

51mm top yoke
51mm clip ons
radial calipers
radial front master cylinder.

I'll admit I'm on a budget so might not be able to get everything in one go depending on price.

Anyone got any of the bits laying around?
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if you are on a budget then you dont need yokes just 1 mm shims...ask andirsv

i've just blagged the calipers and m/c and now been let down on the forks...bugger ( no , you cantWink)


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I had thought about shims and there probably ok, just a little uncertain about using them? Why I don't know, just one of those feelings.

Oh go on, you know you what to pass them on lol! Best of luck in the search for forks.
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Originally posted by ckennedy ckennedy wrote:

I had thought about shims and there probably ok, just a little uncertain about using them? Why I don't know, just one of those feelings.

Oh go on, you know you what to pass them on lol! Best of luck in the search for forks.
see you bought rsv4 forks...were they the sachs ones ?


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Yes there the rsv4 showa forks. A bargain from ebay :D posted for £102.
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Originally posted by ckennedy ckennedy wrote:

Yes there the rsv4 showa forks. A bargain from ebay :D posted for £102.
yep a bargain for sure


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I have some gen 2 yokes to it ohlins radials if yoyr interested
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Can you use the top gen2 yoke with the gen1 stuff or does it require changing top and bottom for any reason? What price would you want it mark?
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Originally posted by ckennedy ckennedy wrote:

Can you use the top gen2 yoke with the gen1 stuff or does it require changing top and bottom for any reason? What price would you want it mark?
think you need matching yokes ...


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Wasn't sure if offsets are different or not. Depending on price I'll hold off and get a gen 1 51mm top yoke
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No worries mate but I have had the gen 2 on my gen 1
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Everything clear ok? Have to admit I do like the look of the gen2 top yoke more. Are they the same bearings too?
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Yes mate I just swapped it over as I have radial front end on.

just depends if you have ball or taped in your frame.

and the bottom yoke you dont need that spacer under steering damep as it comes with one built in.
The damper is still the same as mine is a gen 2 damper on mine as I bent my gen 1 damper
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I will swap them over tomorrow and send some pics as in garage all day working on a kx
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Could make life easier. What price you wanting for them?
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If you want them after I send you some pics we will go from there if you want or pm me with offer
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No worries. Be good to see them fitted.
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Yeah will get them on tomorrow mate
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Hi mate will have to do it tomorrow as I have just being rebuilding a kx 250 engine and did not have time
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Sorry buddy still haven't had chance I boke cylinder head stud and was a twat to get out but I can send you some pics of measurement and stuff but might be later in week now if thats ok
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Yeah that's fine. Have you got any radial calipers laying around? If so which ones?
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No sorry mate sold them a while back but might have some masters in garage.

Being fixing a kx 250 engine was a right mess power valve and the valve a right mess so had to strip it down to bits new gaskets the lot and last thing I had to do was tighten up head bolts then just snaped off gutted
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Damn that's bad news :( there's always something when rebuilding an engine. I'm ok for master. Just trying to decided on calipers now
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No worries mate I can post you a pic tomorrow of the yokes really good condition but will try as soon as I can to fit to my bike mate
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I have gen2 forks and top/bottom yokes on mine.
I also use gen2 ignition that I wired in.

If this is on rsv I have standard set of brake lines.

If you wanted to keep similar to o.e calipers 4 pads to keep price down look for them off a triumph r latest models.

Mine are silver with red lettering picked up for less than £90 off eBay.

I use brembo RCS master cylinder
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I have found a set of 750 dursoduro (sp?) Calipers. Any difference in piston size between those and the triumph ones?
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Some radial calipers at facoty for are either 2 or 4 pad.

Mine are 4 pad, I also run brembo sc compound pads
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