Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  

TT Store/ Motomaster kit

Recommended Posts

Looking to get a big brake kit when I SM my S. Seen the Motomaster 320mm conversion. Is this the best value for money kit that uses the std caliper? Seen this one HERE for $275. Looked on the TT store but I`m not sure if part number 45-2331 is the same kit. If it is it`s ALOT cheaper! $198. Any one confirm that these kits are any good and that the $198 price is for the same kit as the £275 kit?

Thanks

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The stock caliper is garbage when used in a supermoto setup. Spring for the full kit and you'll be much happier.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Looking to get a big brake kit when I SM my S. Seen the Motomaster 320mm conversion. Is this the best value for money kit that uses the std caliper? Seen this one HERE for $275. Looked on the TT store but I`m not sure if part number 45-2331 is the same kit. If it is it`s ALOT cheaper! $198. Any one confirm that these kits are any good and that the $198 price is for the same kit as the £275 kit?

Thanks

The street kit cost 269.99 in TT Store

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The stock caliper is garbage when used in a supermoto setup. Spring for the full kit and you'll be much happier.

Want somthing that I can swap back to std off road trim easily. If I replace the caliper that means every time I wanna change to off road I have to change the caliper and bleed the brakes! Any alternetive??? Is the std caliper and SM brakes really THAT bad??

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Another option that may be worth considering is a Titax oversized rotor. They make one for the DRZ that 280 mm and its pretty cheap at $99. They do make a 320 mm unit for around $150 but none of their current applications fit the DRZ :cry: Just another option.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Another option that may be worth considering is a Titax oversized rotor. They make one for the DRZ that 280 mm and its pretty cheap at $99. They do make a 320 mm unit for around $150 but none of their current applications fit the DRZ Just another option.

If they make a rotor for Yamaha models it will work on the DRZ also. Same mounting. :cry: :cry:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Should be...

every YZ / YZF series (125 and bigger) from 92 on

and every WR / WRF (125 and bigger) from 92 on

:cry: :cry:

Edit :

Oh ya and RMs of course are the same. :cry:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

ok so the titax 320mm for a yamaha will fit my dr-z :cry: but what about the repositioning bracket for the caliper :cry:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

ok so the titax 320mm for a yamaha will fit my dr-z but what about the repositioning bracket for the caliper

You are correct there.

The bracket will be different. The rotor is the same.

I purchased a Yamaha MM race brake kit to use on my DRZ and I am in the process of trading the Yamaha SM501R bracket for the SM201R bracket I need for the Suzuki.

The actual MM race caliper is the same on both kits also. Just the bracket is diff. :cry: :cry:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

First off, I would say the chances are good that once you ride the DRZ as a SM you will realize how much fun it is and maybe you will not have to worry about going back and forth. :cry:

But if you do, it is pretty easy to just get a separate brake lever and line for each. Buy a SS front line to go with the 4 pot caliper and big rotor and you will be loving it, then save the stock rubber hose and 2 pot for the dirt.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

First off, I would say the chances are good that once you ride the DRZ as a SM you will realize how much fun it is and maybe you will not have to worry about going back and forth. :cry:

I`d need a master cylinder as well wouldn`t I? any suggestions for new lever? Needs to be black :-)

But if you do, it is pretty easy to just get a separate brake lever and line for each. Buy a SS front line to go with the 4 pot caliper and big rotor and you will be loving it, then save the stock rubber hose and 2 pot for the dirt.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Reply with:

Sign in to follow this  

×