Springer Brake Caliper

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A Springer Brake Caliper is the key part in functioning of brake system’s.Even if you are using a old motorcycle it has become very easy to upgrade your brake system by changing the brake calipers. Here are few tips on how to take care of your brake caliper.

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Springer Brake Caliper

  1. 1. Motorcycle Part & Accessories Springer Brake Caliper WWW.SUPERIORMCSUPPLY.COM
  2. 2. In a motorcycle the vast majority of stopping force is provided by the front brake. www.superiormcsupply.com Source:-http://z.about.com/d/motorcycles/1/0/c/J/-/-/08_Suzuki_Hayabusa_Front_Brake.jpg
  3. 3. Nowadays motorcycles have incredibly powerful braking systems , and they seem to be getting better and better all the time. www.superiormcsupply.com Source:-http://www.motonews.biz/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/motorcycle-abs-brakes-350x304.jpg
  4. 4. A Springer Brake Caliper is the key part in functioning these brake system's. Even if you are using a old motorcycle it has become very easy to upgrade your brake system by changing the brake calipers. www.superiormcsupply.com Source:-http://www.motorcyclenews.com/upload/Knowhow/Nov10%2004%20Upgrade%20brake%20pads/2-01.jpg
  5. 5. The brake caliper is the most important part of your motorcycle maintenance. Even if you've been diligently replacing brake fluid every year or two, you'll need to disassemble the calipers for cleaning. www.superiormcsupply.com Source:-http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg216/barry_buchanan/2008%20Modifications/Fork%20Seals/RemoveBrakeCalipers03.jpg
  6. 6. www.superiormcsupply.com Caliper overhaul includes replacing the dust and piston seals, and therefore requires complete disassembly. Remove the calipers from the fork legs and disconnect the brake lines. Source:-http://www.motorcyclenews.com/upload/Knowhow/Nov10%2004%20Upgrade%20brake%20pads/3-01.jpg
  7. 7. www.superiormcsupply.com Remove the brake pads. Remove the old seals, before you do anything else, spray the inside of the caliper around the pistons with brake cleaner. Blow the caliper dry with compressed air. Source:-http://www.motorcyclenews.com/upload/Knowhow/Nov10%2004%20Upgrade%20brake%20pads/6-01.jpg
  8. 8. www.superiormcsupply.com Next, check the pistons' condition. They should be smooth and clean. Any surface corrosion should be removed with brake cleaner. Source:-http://www.motorcyclenews.com/upload/Knowhow/jan26%2005%20brake%20caliper%20service/x7-01.jpg
  9. 9. www.superiormcsupply.com Clean the pistons again and set them aside. Prepare the new seals with a light coat of fresh brake fluid, then gently insert them into the grooves. Clean everything one more time before you replace the pads and reinstall the calipers on the motorcycle. Source:-http://www.motorcyclenews.com/upload/Knowhow/Nov10%2004%20Upgrade%20brake%20pads/9-01.jpg
  10. 10. WWW.SUPERIORMCSUPPLY.COM Modify and Maintain your motorcycle using genuine and original spares and accessories. For more details contact us…

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