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93706

Re: Brake Master Mk2

thanks for the info, i know the ZX9R is different, i will have to spend some time looking at drawings and cross ref, i'll post an answer if i get lucky.
angusbain2000
Mar 28
#93706
 
93705

Re: Rear brake question

I don't know of an upgraded caliper, but someone over on the FB forum did mention they had seen a Trophy with 2 rear calipers. They said they would get photos
djacarr
Mar 28
#93705
 
93704

Re: Rear brake question

The OEM trophy rear caliper gets stuck up quite easily in normal use, so overhauling it makes it better for  while.  Rod has found a new low cost alternative
joan tabberer
Mar 28
#93704
 
93703

Re: Rear brake question

id thought id tag along on this title/topic and ask if anybody has removed the Mk2 900 rear caliper and managed to find a Japanese bike one that bolts straight
angusbain2000
Mar 28
#93703
 
93702

Re: Voltage too high?

Thanks Ed, once i clicked on a photo it took to me to a slide show setup that gave much more detail and i can now see it can be done with a bit fluffying
angusbain2000
Mar 28
#93702
 
93701

Re: Brake Master Mk2

I believe that the front master is the same as on many Kawasakis and possibly some Yamahas. The brake and clutch levers certainly are interchangeable with
buddytd_2000
Mar 27
#93701
 
93700

Re: Voltage too high?

Two holes are the same and one can be modified but everything is explained here: http://www.triumphrat.net/t3-sport-t...lternator.html
Ed Johnson
Mar 26
#93700
 
93699

Re: Voltage too high?

On 3/26/2017 3:01 AM, angusbain2000@... [TriumphTrophy] wrote: It's all in the link I sent you Angus. Read the whole link as they make some mistakes
Ed Johnson
Mar 26
#93699
 
93698

Brake Master Mk2

Has anybody looked to see if a Japanese bike uses the same front brake master cylinder (rear as well while im asking) as the Mk2 900. Ive had a very brief look
angusbain2000
Mar 26
#93698
 
93697

Re: Voltage too high?

Dumb question, but is the mounting position the same on the 25A (900 mk2) to the 40A (1200mk2) i have my doubts, i have a feeling they are not bolt for bolt
angusbain2000
Mar 26
#93697
 
93696

Re: Voltage too high?

Good one Ed, Thankyou i will check out and m looking into that upgrade and will post up some comments to help others if i go down that track. thanks for the
angusbain2000
Mar 23
#93696
 
93695

Re: Coil over plug conversions?

Hi John; Nope! Wont work! I learned a lot about inductance however! ... which is all most of us have equipment to measure. That's also the only information you
Ed Johnson
Mar 23
#93695
 
93694

Re: Voltage too high?

I think this is it Angus: http://www.triumphrat.net/t3-sport-t...lternator.html
Ed Johnson
Mar 23
#93694
 
93693

Re: Coil over plug conversions?

Hey Ed. Did you ever get the conversion to coil over plugs to work on your BBBB? I’m thinking of trying the conversion on my 96 BBBB as I have to replace a
John Murray
Mar 23
#93693
 
93692

Re: Voltage too high?

Hi Angus: If your objective is to install a 40 amp alternator in place of a 25 amp alternator the answer is YES it CAN be done and has been done several times
Ed Johnson
Mar 23
#93692
 
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