Hydraulic brake conversion kit arrived

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  1. ClimbAnyHill

    ClimbAnyHill New Member

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    No welding needed you need to shave of the retainer tab for the ebrake cable so it doesn't interfere with the rod.
    There's two mounting brackets & only fit in two positions.. Caliper & Peg, I used a few washers here & there.
    Bolt it together & bleed! Now, my bleeders on the caliper are damaged, any idea where I can find replacements?

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  2. lokisbuddy

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    How much was the kit and who made it? the ebay link didnt work as it is probly old :) thanks
     
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    hey retard boy, do you want to reply to lokisbuddy?
     
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    how about the hydraulic front brake conversion? has anyone done that on teir blaster? i have been thinking about it for a while just dont know if i want to shell out 400 for front brakes if its not a huge difference
     
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    $125/150 for hydro conversion spindles from kenoconnorracing.com
    look under blaster oem prodeucts on there.


    then find some banshee/raptor..... hubs/discs and the hydro lever/lines/calipers on ebay, usually can be had for around $75 total if you do your homework and bid


    total.....under $200

    like this...........
    http://www.blasterforum.com/do-yourself-20/low-buck-front-hydros-20811/

    rears are here.........
    http://www.blasterforum.com/miscellaneous-parts-154/awk08-gsxr-brakes-43258/
     
  6. Larry's Shee

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    I've gotsta give you some
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    for search effort, for you had to have found the oldest thread on the subject.


    BTW

    WELCOME!!!
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  7. Countryboi

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    How do i buy one of those kits
     
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    How can i buy one of those conversion kits
     
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    I used a chinese atv break caliper modified the bracket and ot works not sure of how much breaking power it will have its not much smaller than the blaster break caliper altho it doesnt have the parking brake but seems to work great a d is alot cheaper to get
     

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