Motor Caliper Part Application
We have hundreds of brake caliper motorcycles for motorcycle brake caliper system and some of motorcycle brake caliper parts have been widely used in Honda, Yamaha and many other famous motorcycle brands, which have gained a lot of excellent praise from our clients.
In addition, we have successfully developed and produced 6 pistons motorcycle caliper parts for big CC motorcycles, for which we have applied for patent. For more motorcycle brake accessories, please contact us.
Motorcycle Brake Caliper Parts Technical Specifications
|The piston cylinder number||2|
|The piston diameter||25|
|Thickness of brake lining||7|
|Brake disc thickness||3.5|
|Brake disc diameter||0 180,0 190,0 220|
|The pitch of loading||43,84,96|
|Loading hole specification||2xM8|
|Caliper feed hole specifications||M10X1.25|
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How To Rebuild Custom Motorcycle's Brake Caliper Parts
Rebuilding custom motorcycle brake calipers parts involves disassembling, inspecting, cleaning, and replacing worn-out parts. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you through the process:
Gather the necessary tools and parts:
Socket and wrench set
New seals and O-rings
Remove the caliper:
Loosen the caliper mounting bolts
Slide the caliper off the rotor and secure it in a vice
Disassemble the caliper:
Remove the brake pads and retaining pins
Take out the caliper piston and inspect it for wear or damage
Clean all components with brake cleaner
Replace worn parts:
Replace any damaged seals, O-rings, or pistons
Ensure that all parts are properly lubricated with brake fluid
Reassemble the caliper:
Put the cleaned and replaced components back together
Install new brake pads and retaining pins
Tighten the caliper mounting bolts
Bleed the brake system:
Follow the manufacturer's instructions to bleed the brake system and remove any air bubbles
What Are The Different Types Of Custom Motorcycle Brake Caliper Parts?
There are several types of Custom motorcycle brake caliper parts available in the market. Here are the most common ones:
Floating calipers: These calipers have a single piston on one side, and the other side floats on guide pins. They are cost-effective and widely used in motorcycles.
Fixed calipers: These calipers have multiple pistons on both sides and are generally found on high-performance motorcycles. They provide better braking power and improved heat dissipation.
Radial calipers: These calipers have pistons arranged in a radial pattern. They offer increased rigidity and better brake modulation, making them popular in sport bikes.
Custom motorcycle brake caliper parts: Custom calipers are aftermarket options that offer unique designs, colors, and performance enhancements. They provide a personalized touch to a motorcycle's braking system.
How To Compress Custom Motorcycle Brake Caliper Parts?
Compressing custom motorcycle brake caliper Parts is a crucial step when reinstalling them after maintenance or brake pad replacement. Here's a simple procedure:
Prepare the caliper:
Make sure the caliper is clean and free of debris
Check the condition of the brake pads and replace if necessary
Compress the pistons:
Use a C-clamp or piston compression tool to gently push the pistons back into the caliper bore
Ensure the brake fluid reservoir cap is removed to allow fluid to return to the master cylinder
Check fluid level and bleed if required:
After compressing the caliper, inspect the brake fluid level in the reservoir and top up if needed
Bleed the brake system following the manufacturer's instructions if any air is present