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Cass

Brake Caliper Piston
« Started on: 09-Oct-19, 15:55 »

VC3

Re: Brake Caliper Piston
« Reply #1 on: 09-Oct-19, 16:41 »
If you don't get an expert's reply, poking around on the CMSNL site might give you the answer:

https://www.cmsnl.com/honda-cx500_model232/

I'd guess JC knows, though......and where best to source the part also.

VC3

J.C.

Re: Brake Caliper Piston
« Reply #2 on: 09-Oct-19, 16:45 »
Have a browse through the parts fiches:

https://motofaction.org/motorcycles/how-to-identify-find-parts-part-numbers-sources-honda-triumph-yamaha-kawasaki-suzuki-etc-fiche-fishing/

There's three different size pistons used in the 500s - single side single pot uses the biggest (43mm), dual side single pot the middle size (38mm?) and dual side dual pot the smallest (30/32mm, I forget which). Neither of those models will be dual side dual pot.

From memory the Deluxe was single pot, single side - so... 43mm - and the AU CX500B should be single pot dual side, so 38mm or whichever the middle size is - so I'm guessing no go.

Cass

Re: Brake Caliper Piston
« Reply #3 on: 09-Oct-19, 17:12 »
Think your right JC. Different part# Why are they selling as a pair when the CX500D '81 only has 1 brake caliper?

CX PHREAK

Re: Brake Caliper Piston
« Reply #4 on: 09-Oct-19, 18:43 »
You want 38 mm for twin disc Jeremy.

The listing includes CX500 as they use {one} of these pistons but the CX listing has likely been tacked onto the CB900 etc listing by part number alone.

 


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