Yamaha Reproduction Brake Caliper
A great replacement brake caliper, This is an HVCcycle reproduction part.
No need to battle a rebuild
This Caliper is set up to accept the Hard line. We can modify the caliper to accept a banjo bolt type fitting.
(Add the mod to the cart along with the caliper)
Aluminum backed decal Included that matches the original.
NOTE! The hardware on the current calipers is silver. Due to Environmental restrictions Black Oxide is no longer an option. (as shown in the pictures)
- Universal for right or left side. Front or rear.
- 10 mm x 1.0 banjo thread pitch
- High Quality Decal and hardware included,
- Complete with general use brake pads and shims.
- Replaces Yamaha PN
- RD250 1975 F
- RD350 1973-75 F
- RD400 1976-78 F/R
- TX500 1973-74
- TX650 1973-74
- TX750 1973-74
- XS1 /XS2 Disk Brake
- XS500 1975
- XS650 1975-76
- TZ250 1976-78, 81-82, 96
- TZ350 1976-77
- TZ750 1974
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Nice looking part, fit perfectly and works great. I did have to switch the bolts to have it work on the rear which was easy. It also comes with brake pads as the photo shows. Works much better than the caliper I rebuilt several times.
Regret the time I lost hunting for this part and fixing my oem one. Nice and Easy to install. Perfect fit for my RD350A. My 16 year old boy bleed the caliper and installed it in less than half an hour. And, a GREAT thanks for the super speedy shipping - Awesome!
I have a 1970 R5, it has RD front end, and I am finally getting around to getting it going. I pretty much needed a whole new front brake system and this reproduction caliper is a perfect fitting part! I would definitely recommend it!
Looks exactly like the OEM, and works as good or better. Great value, too, when you consider it includes new pads. Have installed both front and rear on my 77 RD400. Had to reverse two large bolts for rear, but no big deal.
I had removed my original caliper in 2014 as it was seized up and I had removed the wheel to do this properly when I received my new reproduction piece last week I had forgot I had to remove the front wheel and proceeded to try to install it wrong and thought it was the caliper it was my bad Brad was great and gave me the heads up and didn't call an idiot even though I felt like one it is now on the bike proper and I 'm going to get it out on the road for the first time in 3 years!
Looks great but does not pivot on top bolt as original caliper does. Grinding out edge of slot allows it to pivot but will need a paint touch up.