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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:12 am 
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John ,
on rereading all the replies I see my link was basically more of the same info.. I bought the wrong set originally with the webbing support..but they actually fit my old T150 Trident. Got the correct set now . Will be going with the yam mc
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:49 am 
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Thanks Paul.

I think the list includes Speed Four, 955 Daytona, TT600 and 955 Speed Triple.


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silverstrom wrote:
Thanks Paul.

I think the list includes Speed Four, 955 Daytona, TT600 and 955 Speed Triple.



from the RD crazy thread you can include the T595 Speed triple .


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btw the fz or fzr 400 caliper bolt straight up I have them and test fit them I don't know which one is best the rz or the 400 but here's another option


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btw the fz or fzr 400 caliper bolt straight up I have them and test fit them I don't know which one is best the rz or the 400 but here's another option



Not sure about the FZR400 (I believe youre talking the 2 piston, not the) but the FZ750 have a larger piston.


The 4 pot FZR400 only fit from a specific model. (3TJ? from memory, might be it)

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Not all FZR400 calipers fit, some are 90mm as I found out when i bought some many years ago.

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IIRC I used 99-01 Triumph calipers on both my 90 RZ and my 85 FZ750. On the RZ I used the Triumph master cylinder and on the FZ I used the FZ master cylinder. Both work just fine.

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I expect the master cyls are 5/8 and conventional types from those bikes listed, most were back then, its only now it gets a bit harder to work out. Same with rears, most are 1/2.

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