Outboard Disc brake set up

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MAB
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Tue May 14, 2013 1:42 pm

Iam looking at possibly swapping out my hydraulic Inboard for a good quality Outboard set up been looking at the Jockeys Bockenstop sx style or the TSR set up has anyone any thoughts on a good outboard.


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Tue May 14, 2013 1:57 pm

The ScootsRS one works fine and is quite cheap.
Did you have to do that?

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Tue May 14, 2013 8:40 pm

Has anyone got a TSR billet one fitted :?:

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Tue May 14, 2013 11:19 pm

Apart from the hub design it looks the same as the Saigon scooter centre brake, just CNC windows instead of the pepperpot holes. They don't fit SIP tubeless rims. Jockeys Boxenstop uses a single pot caliper as per Vespas so probably offers a less fierce action than the twin pot of the others.
Other brakes to look at would be the Lambretta Innovations twin disc or the Mito twin disc for ultimate stopping power.

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Wed May 15, 2013 2:35 pm

Thanks for that corrado I did look at the Mito its just a bit steep on price and iam not sure about welding Anti dive brackets to forks that have only been powdercoated for a couple of months :oops: going to have to re/think.

Thanks again for the info

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Wed May 15, 2013 6:59 pm

the mito twin disc set up is real nice bit of kit and id have one in a heart beat .. but is over kill in reality .. as said the scoot rs one is more than enough or you can convert the inboard hub to take an out board disc but this means removing the three pegs
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Mon Dec 02, 2013 10:28 am

corrado wrote:Apart from the hub design it looks the same as the Saigon scooter centre brake, just CNC windows instead of the pepperpot holes. They don't fit SIP tubeless rims. Jockeys Boxenstop uses a single pot caliper as per Vespas so probably offers a less fierce action than the twin pot of the others.
Sorry to bring back to life an old thread but this info aint correct - our hubs do fit fine with the SIP tubeless rims.
Thankyou and goodnight.

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Mon Dec 02, 2013 11:07 pm

tSR-VN wrote:
corrado wrote:Apart from the hub design it looks the same as the Saigon scooter centre brake, just CNC windows instead of the pepperpot holes. They don't fit SIP tubeless rims. Jockeys Boxenstop uses a single pot caliper as per Vespas so probably offers a less fierce action than the twin pot of the others.
Sorry to bring back to life an old thread but this info aint correct - our hubs do fit fine with the SIP tubeless rims.
Thankyou and goodnight.
Ah, re-reading my post it was meaning to say that the SSC didn't fit SIP tubeless rims, or at least the ones I've had wouldn't. Sorry for the confusion.

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Mon Dec 02, 2013 11:24 pm

what does dt use on the group 6?

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