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Old 04-07-2013, 03:23 PM   #1
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New edge brake calipers

Has anyone done new edge brake calipers on the front of their sn95? I don't feel like spending tons of money on brakes. Do the twin piston calipers bolt directly up or do I need to get new brackets for the front too? I also wanna upgrade the fluid and get ss lines all around. I already have drilled and slotted rotors and ceramic pads.. Just need better breaking.
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I would assume they will bolt right up. Try looking for some Cobra brakes on craigslist or ebay. If you're just looking for the 2 piston new edge brakes then I've got my old set just laying around in my garage if you're interested.
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I would assume they will bolt right up. Try looking for some Cobra brakes on craigslist or ebay. If you're just looking for the 2 piston new edge brakes then I've got my old set just laying around in my garage if you're interested.
Yeah I'm interested. I'm gonna get the cobra brakes someday but I want something better for now.
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There is a write up ive seen before...a few sixxers on here have done the swap.
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Yeah I'm interested. I'm gonna get the cobra brakes someday but I want something better for now.
The only problem is I painted them blue. They have two month old Wagner Thermoquiets and Powerslot rotors.
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There is a write up ive seen before...a few sixxers on here have done the swap.
Ill take a look in their forum, thanks!

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The only problem is I painted them blue. They have two month old Wagner Thermoquiets and Powerslot rotors.
That's no problem. And sweet. How much do you want for them?
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