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Make Your Calipers Great Again
Two Rebuild Levels
Option 1: Full Mechanical Rebuild.
Option 2: Full Refurb with Ceramic Coating. click here
Option 1 – Full Mechanical Rebuild & Repair
(including piston un-seize service)
If you are reading this section the chances are you have seized or leaking calipers or possibly your motorcycle has been stood unused for a while and you want peace of mind. If so then we will return your tired old calipers back to the same mechanical function and efficiency as when they left the factory (including extracting seized pistons without causing further damage).
Our meticulous step by step service leaves nothing to chance –
1. Complete strip down, thorough solvent clean, dry and then careful inspection checking for wear and damage.
2. Report back to you to confirm any extra work or parts required. *
3. All parts then go into the ultrasonic cleaner for deeper cleaning whilst also ensuring all the internal passage ways are cleaned too.
4. Finally precise re-assembly using new pressure seals, dust seals, caliper body half seals and repolished pistons (** new pistons are NOT included and are rarely required, if they are you will be informed at step 2).
We only use top quality parts, the seals are either genuine manufacturers items or high quality aftermarket components (Some Brembo calipers may incur a small surcharge, usually £5 - £10, to cover the increased cost of parts).
** Any pistons that are required are upgraded to stainless steel to prevent future corrosion issues.
PEACE OF MIND - your calipers now will mechanically work as good as new so you can head out onto the open road on your motorcycle confidently knowing that when you hit the brakes you are going to stop.
Option 2 – Full Refurbishment
(mechanical rebuild plus ceramic coating)
Time takes its toll on all things motorcycle and while we may like to call it patina in truth are your calipers letting your bike down? If the answer is yes then don't miss out on this chance to have your brake calipers re-coated, whilst they are already dismantled.
Full refurbishment means everything as in 'Option 1' plus your brake caliper bodies will be stripped back to bare metal before being Cerakote ceramic coated.
This is no ordinary mundane coating it is a high quality, high end finish that far exceed OEM Spec, rewarding you with stunning calipers that will be the envy of others.
Not just bringing them back to their former glory but to better than new.
Ceramic a far superior coating - 'Cerakote Ceramic Coating' is a state-of-the-art high temperature thin film polymer ceramic composite coating that creates a hard surface that is extremely resistant to scratching and other abrasion.
Cerakote is the strongest thin film ceramic coating in the world. It's durability is second to none and it provides corrosion resistance and chemical resistance like no other coating.
As it is applied only 12 – 25 microns thick (thin film) it makes the ideal product for motorcycle brake calipers as it looks factory. It is not heavy and bulky like powder coating is.
Popular colour options (available 'Off-The-Shelf')
A Quick Word On Anodising
Anodising does NOT work well on the majority of calipers as they are cast metal. Typically a cast metal has a slightly rough uneven surface and anodising is essentially a dye which relies on the surface consistency for an even coating.
However if you have more expensive billet machined type calipers, which have a nice smooth surface, then anodising works fine with excellent results.
Unfortunately we are no longer able to offer this option.
The Fine Details (additional upgrades)
Attention to detail, there is a mysterious element hidden in details that make something look just right, standout from the crowd, turn something already great into something outstanding.
Finishing details like (in stainless steel or titanium)
- Pad retaining pins
- Race style pad retaining pins
- Taper socket style caliper half bolts
- Bleed screws
- Caliper pistons
All very subtle but the difference is amazing.
IT'S ALL IN THE DETAILS - your bike deserves not to lose out on those final touches that make the difference.
Costs vary from caliper to caliper dependant on which items you require plus the choice of material so please contact us for prices.
Sometimes calipers come to us needing extra work and by far the most common issue is seized or snapped off bleed screws.
If it is just seized DO NOTHING simply package up your caliper and send it to us, we can normally remove these at no extra cost!
Where the bleed screw has snapped we can repair and usually successfully without damaging the threads, in these cases there is a nominal charge of £15 per bleed screw.
For the minority of more stubborn cases where a thread repair is required the cost rises to around £35 per bleed screw, an accurate price can be given after appraisal.
Sending your items!UK Customers - 'Free Two-Way Shipping' ** we send you a shipping label, you carefully package up your parts then take them to a drop off point close to you (usually a local store). After we are finished we will send them back to your home carriage free.
International Customers - we accept work from customers anywhere in the world simply package up your components and send them to us via the carrier of your choice, we recommend www.parcelmonkey.com. After they are finished we will organise the shipping back to you.
Turnaround Time - from us receiving your items, approximately 4 - 5 working days for a mechanical rebuild or upto 14 days with re-coating, all instructions will be emailed to you after purchase.
- All prices quoted are for a single brake caliper if your require a pair rebuilding then change the quantity option to two.
- * In the very occasional event you are not happy with an updated price there will be an assessment charge to cover the cost of the work already performed.
- Payment for any extra work carried out or parts supplied will become due upon completion of your calipers.
- ** Delivery insurance protection is limited to £150 (If you want to increase this the price is £0.60 per extra £10 of cover each way).
- Please enclose contact details, bike details (make/model/year) and any known issues when sending items to us.
RE-MADE 'GREAT AGAIN' IN THE UK
1 Reviews for Motorcycle Brake Caliper Rebuild / Refurbishment Service
Caliper re-build / Refurbishment - Friday, September 16, 2022Excellent service. Had been left on a bike stored for 20 years and various parts seized up. Came back looking like new. Fast and efficient service. Highly recommended.
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