Curious...but, I am trying to get the most out these 40+ year old brakes. With all the metallic bits in it I'm hoping they are sintered since they have plenty of life on them. New pads are cheap too though. And after putting on a stainless braided line & smaller master cylinder the performance still isn't what I'd hoped for.Why do you need to know(just curious)? If you wanna replace them get EBC pads, if not ride and be happy.
I appreciate the possible problems list...but that aint it Scuffed the rotor with 120 grit. I know the master is good & I just installed a stainless line & replaced the piston & seal to deal with a leak. Joker still leaks & the only thing left to replace now is the caliper itself. Maybe 4th times a charm.The master cylinder could be wore out too. The piston has seals and a bore that should be in good condition or you won't build the pressure up. You could try sanding up the disc and pad. Make sure there's ventilation. Old brake lines could be spongy too.
No idea...but my leaking issues are fixed. Fourth time was a charm...guess the master cylinder had some microscopic flaws to it. It's all good now. Sucks that I'm still stuck with mediocre brakes for all the trouble though.Will the 450 nighthawk caliper fit the CB360 wheel?
Very doubtful, caliper bolts direct to fork leg and rotor is thinner than 360 (I think 5mm instead of 7mm?)Will the 450 nighthawk caliper fit the CB360 wheel?