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Old 14-Mar-2009, 08:42 PM
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Brake discs for a 750s ie 02 / Disc compatibility list

Hi can anyone tell me what brake discs fit a 750s ie 2002 as I want to run twin disc rather than the single disc I have now?
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Old 14-Mar-2009, 08:47 PM
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Diameter 320mm
Thickness 5mm
Central diameter 64mm
Number of bolt holes 6
Hole diameter 8.5mm
Bolt pcd 80mm
Offset 10mm

THESE ARE THE BIKES THE DISC FITS:

DUCATI
Junior 350 SS 91-
400 SS 93 –
M600 Dark All
M620 /750/900 All
MS4 01 -
600SS 93 –
748 Biposto 95 –
748 SP 95-97
748 R * 00 –
748 SPS 98 –
Sport 750 01 –
750 SS 91 –
851 Strada/SP 90/91
888 Strada/SP 90-94
900SL 92-96
Sport 900 02-
900SS 91 –
ST2/4/4S 97 –
916 Strada/SP/SPS 94 –
996Bip/S 98 –
996R/SPS *
998 Bip/S 02 –
998R * 02-03

* 5mm spacer required between disc and wheel
APRILIA
RSV Mille 98-00
RSV-R/SP 00
RSV/R 01-03
RSV-R/Factory 04 –
SL Falco All
AF-1 Futura 125 90-92
RS125 Extrema 92 –
Tuono R )
Tuono Racing ) all V twins
Tuono Factory)
BENELLI
All triples 900/1130
BIMOTA
YB-7 400 89
V- Due 500 97-00
YB-9 600 95-
Supermono 650 96-
Tesi ID 851 90-91
Mantra DB-3 96-00
DB-2 SR 94-00
DB-4 98-99
DB-5 05-
Dieci Biposto 92-
SB8-R 97-00
SB-6 96-00
SB-6R 98-00
CAGIVA
Mito/Mito EV 90 –
Planet 97 –
Supercity 91 –
River 95 –
KTM
Duke 640 03-06
MOTO GUZZI
Centauro 96 –
Daytona IE 95 –
CaliforniaEV/Special/ 97 –
Jackal
V10 Centauro Sport)
V11 Le Mans ) All
V11 Sport )
Breva 750/1100 All
Griso 1100
MOTO MORINI
Corsaro 1200
LAVERDA
All 650/750 models 96 onward
VOXAN
Café Racer )
Roadster ) All models 00 on
Scrambler )
YAMAHA
TZR 125 91-
TDR 250 89-92
TZR 250 89-92
SRX 400 91-
SZR 660 95-
FZR 1000 Gen/Exup 87-93
XJR1200 95-97
XJR1300 98
OW-01 89-92
YZF750 R/SP 93-96
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Old 14-Mar-2009, 09:00 PM
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Thanks monstermob 998 Thats excellent just what I was looking for.

P.S.Where did you find this?
Thanks Gary
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Old 14-Mar-2009, 09:27 PM
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i think i may have lifted it from an american Ducati site, cant remember to be honest!--dont forget if you are upgrading to a twin disc you may have to upgrade the master cylinder too

heres a few more links for you that you may find usefull at times
http://www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp

http://www.vyxxn.co.uk/bikertarts/viewtopic.php?p=10837&sid=62daffc2a80e72395f062c66 2246b5f7


http://www.docgb.org/memberzone/interchangability.htm

http://www.bevelheaven.com/links-duc.htm
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also . . .

there are differences between the "gold-line" calipers and the P4 (4 padd'ers) - i.e larger swept area etc etc

The R's are the main culprits here - as well as a 15mm offset (instead of 10mm) they have the narrow-band type discs fitted and the older larger swept are discs will not work without modifying the brake pads - not recommended IMHO

There are also different materials used - cast iron and SS etc etc

no quite so simple when you look into it - but a good guide nonetheless

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