Rear Brakes

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  1. Inked soul

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    im looking for the rear break set up everyone’s talking about on here can u get ahold of me when u get on here plz
     
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    Sorry bud, I haven't made any brake setups in a few years now, partly due to lack of a shop/garage to build them, but mainly due to lack of the used gsxr parts I used to build them, seems I pretty much used up all the used parts on ebay, and the ones currently available are too much $
    no shop, no parts = no brakes :(
     
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    Man that sucks I joined this forum just to ask u for them lol I got a 98 blaster came with no rear brakes caliper, can u recommend one? It’s a cable brake caliper the only ones I can find are for a 2003 and newer I really gotta get something on there I’m planning to put the banshee rear axle on there eventually so cheaps best, any info helps I’ve searched endlessly thanks for ur time
     
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    I have a gsxr set up
     
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    It's great condition and is be willing to sell it, it is set up for +4 swinger
     
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    I'll just add to Brians post above, if that's one of my setups, or is using the stock gsxr brake line, it could fit up to a 6" swingarm, and is how I built them when I did. just takes a little loop routing of the line and some tyraps to hold it in place.
    so if Brians is gsxr or custom line for +4, it'll work on a stock swingarm

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    Nice thanks allot, I’m about to get a plus 4 swinger so that will work out great! How come ur parting with it? What’s the ticket?
     
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    Also will that bolt onto a shee axle set up? I’ll definitely be putting one in wondering if it will swap over?
     
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    I'm parting with it because I got it a week ago and I have hydros I don't need it and I'm not 100 percent sure but I think it's one of your set ups awk I got it off a guy, I m pretty sure it will bolt up to banshee because I had it on an o3+ carrier
     
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    I'll get pics when I get out to my bikes I got it on a +4 trock swinger and my stock line and brake are fine, if you wanna pm me I'm not sure what I would want for it but everything I sell is plus shipping because I'm a Canadian ;p
     
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    Sounds good to me if I can afford it lol how do u pm?
     
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    my setups only bolt onto the 88-02 cable brake carriers, and may require a few spacers to work with the soildly mounted brake disc on a banshee axle in a pre 03 carrier, versus the floating idsc on the pre 03 axles.

    it will not bolt up with 03+ blaster or banshee carriers
     
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    Good info thank u looks bad ass can’t wait to get it !
     
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    It may have been modified or not be original mounting plate I can send some pics awk and you let me know
    Just what I was told may not even be one of yours
     
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    Awk it's telling me pics are to large to upload I'm on my cell phone do you happen to know why ?
     
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    I do, cell phones take Gynormous pics, like 4-5 megabites each, get a pic resizer from the app store and resize them to 640x480, reduces size to a few hundred kilobites with no loss of quality, then upload that new resized pic to here
    here ............

    https://www.blasterforum.com/threads/posting-pics-from-phones.58877/
     
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    Here I got them to post, after having trouble texting them as well which was very weird, let me know what you guys think
     

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    Using a term from youtuber ChuckE2009 “Fabricobble”
    It’s very easy to “Fabricobble” a brake system. Even I did it :eek:
    Look at a 03-06 setup. Look at picks of Awk’s setup. I don’t think a Mx/dirt bike would be strong enough, but would still be better than cable junk!
    Most street bikes have dual piston calipers, though overkill. Just get the caliper and master from same machine, they’re matched. Warrior and Banshee are same, yfz450 May be different.
     
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    Definitely not one of my kits, but it's a start, I don't see a master cylinder mount


    also, I changed the name of this thread to "rear brakes"
     

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