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    Re: Brake Service
    Reply #16 on: Dec 18, 2021, 07.42 pm
    Dec 18, 2021, 07.42 pm
    For anyone who gets really stuck and doesn't want to pay the new price or quite high second hand prices, even if you can find one.

    The LEFT FRONT Nissin 27mm two piston sliding caliper from an earlier Triumph T300 / T400 (early Trophy, Trident, Sprint & Tiger) is to all intents and purposes an exact replacement, much more readily available and a lot cheaper.


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    Re: Brake Service
    Reply #17 on: Dec 18, 2021, 07.58 pm
    Dec 18, 2021, 07.58 pm
    That's great information !  :028:

    Do you have a Part Number for the compatible Caliper ?

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    Re: Brake Service
    Reply #18 on: Dec 18, 2021, 10.42 pm
    Dec 18, 2021, 10.42 pm
    The calipers used in the noted models is often referred to in Triumph and other manuals as "Specification B". These were also used in quite a few Japanese brand bikes of the mid '90's, particularly Honda.

    Model : Tiger 885cc carb 93-98
    Assy Part No. : T2023030
    NB : The fixed pin carrier is the same as the TTSE

    Models : Trophy (early Mk1), Trident, Sprint 885cc carb 91-99
    Assy Part No. : 2020700-T0301
    NB : The fixed pin carrier is NOT the same as the TTSE but original can be swapped over.

    Pad designation is the same EBC number FA214

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    Re: Brake Service
    Reply #19 on: Dec 19, 2021, 09.27 am
    Dec 19, 2021, 09.27 am
    Thanks Niall,

    I will add the information to the next update of my Spare Parts List  :028:


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    Re: Brake Service
    Reply #20 on: Dec 21, 2021, 05.03 pm
    Dec 21, 2021, 05.03 pm
    Job Done!

    The refurbished Caliper arrived back and is stunning.  The cost went up somewhat as I asked for a full refurbishment which means it was shot-blasted and painted.  I also needed two pistons and two pad pins plus Royal Mail Special Delivery coming in at 131.00 in total for effectively a new caliper.  Triumph new is 525.00.

    It all went back OK and I bled the brake using a suction device which appears to work in that I have a good feel and it stops the bike.

    Happy Days and thanks for all the input.
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    Dave

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    Re: Brake Service
    Reply #21 on: Dec 28, 2021, 05.28 pm
    Dec 28, 2021, 05.28 pm
    It's always great to hear about companies who deliver excellent products at fair prices!
    Ride safe, ride often!

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    Re: Brake Service
    Reply #22 on: Dec 31, 2021, 03.51 pm
    Dec 31, 2021, 03.51 pm
    On the Hermys parts list if you pull up the part in question you will often find that they list other models that the particular part also fits.  If there are several models listed you can then go look for pricing any number of places to see if you can find it for less.
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    Re: Brake Service
    Reply #23 on: Sep 26, 2022, 03.48 pm
    Sep 26, 2022, 03.48 pm
    UPDATE September 2022.

    The front discs warped in 8,700 miles.  I contacted EBC and they asked me to send them back for examination under warranty.  They tell me the discs are within Specification.

    I felt a pulsating on the front and it was OK to live with but at my last 10,000 service the technician advised I got the discs fixed.

    So EBC has returned them and I'm putting them back on tomorrow and see if there is any improvement.

    Any input from you guys?
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