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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-09-2016, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for a pair of front calipers off an SP-1 (I have SP-2 if you want to swap).

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Very cheap comes from a cbr600 PM me if your interested . ( galiper bracket NOT included )

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Are the piston sizes the same as the SP-1 or SP-2, it matters. I have mounting brackets.

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F4i uses the same 34/32 as the SP1
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Please forgive my ignorance, is an F4i and 600RR the same thing here. I'm interested IF these calipers have the same size as the SP-1 calipers.

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600RR Axial Mount are the same size as SP2
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CBR600rr and CBR600F4i. Two different bikes. Also, the F4i may have some differences from an F4, I don't know. the 'i' is for fuel injected.

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I played it safe, bought some SP-1 calipers off ebay this afternoon. Thanx...

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How much do you want for the sp2 calipers?
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Dansp1 I've got a set of sp1 calipers if you want a set, just pay the postage, I'm in Norwich. Surplus to requirements.
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