custom brake discs

Discussion in 'Technical' started by alrikki, Nov 12, 2010.

  1. alrikki

    alrikki Ol'Timer

    my front disc needs replacing now, but I cannot find a replacement
    Whilst the bike is a 2000 klx250, the wheels are probably off a suzuki rm250.
    Is it possible for me to buy a suitable disc for something else and get it cut and drilled to fit?
    Where could I get this work done?

    I have just had the wheel rebuilt and dont wish to buy another wheel/hub
    ID is 130mm OD is 250mm 145mm between hole centres
    There are 8 m6 bolts

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  3. alrikki

    alrikki Ol'Timer

    I think it is a KDX200 1988-90
    so if anyone has a spare lying around please....
  4. alrikki

    alrikki Ol'Timer

    Is there a place in chiang mai I can get a disc cut to size?
  5. Pounce

    Pounce Ol'Timer

    They're usually made from a cast iron material
    Don't just get one made from mild steel or the like.

    Would you like me to see if I can find one here & bring it over?
    New or second hand.
  6. rmbike

    rmbike Ol'Timer

    You need to know exactly what wheel it is.

    You could get a disc from another bike and cut/drill/weld/machine it to size/mate it with the old one etc.,
    but it would take some good engineering to get it right.

    Get on ebay and buy one from the states and post it over is imo the easiest way.
  7. alrikki

    alrikki Ol'Timer

    thanks, I'll try to get one modified here.
    If I cant get it done, I'll post here again
  8. Craig-EBC

    Craig-EBC Active Member

    Hi Alriki, If you don't have any luck I can most probably help you with a new disc. As long as we can identify the bike/wheel correctly, EBC will have either a solid replacement disc, or oversize floating disc upgrade available. PM me for more details if you need it.

    Best Regards,
  9. alrikki

    alrikki Ol'Timer

    Kawasaki Part number is 41080-1239
    Craig PMd you

    it fits a Kawasaki KDX200 C2 ,C3 1987-90 ,E1, E2,E4 1992
    also KX125/250 F1 1988, KX250 D1 '85
    and maybe more

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