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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-17-2013, 10:52 AM Thread Starter
 
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Going to two rear brakes

Hey everyone I have a question for you guys,

I am working on replacing my stock gearbox in my riot with a new RPM box, I am also upgrading to 930cv joints, 300m axles and while I'm at it I figured I would also upgrade to some billet machined rzr hubs that are built for having disc brakes at each wheel. One thing I can't find is if I am going to need a new manifold so I can have 2 brake lines, one for each wheel? Or can I just split the already existing brake line into two?


Any suggestions or advice on other problems i may run into would be much appreciated
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Re: Going to two rear brakes

The Riots ran the same brake system as the Revolts if I remember correctly. 2 Wilwoods in the front and 1 Brembo in the rear. I don't see why you couldn't split the rear off the master cyliner the same way as the front, add more line and get another Brembo caliper to match the one in rear. Just my opinion.
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Re: Going to two rear brakes

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Re: Going to two rear brakes

What am I looking at exactly? Is that the stock rear brake? Thanks for the quick replies
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What am I looking at exactly? Is that the stock rear brake? Thanks for the quick replies
Stock revolt Rear Trailing arm With a RZR carrier bearing an stock hub setup


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What am I looking at exactly? Is that the stock rear brake? Thanks for the quick replies
You need the hub and rotor and caliper set ups from a RZR. Then add another brake line to the rear fitting on the master cylinder just like the front has. You'll probably have to replace the existing rear brake line with a longer one also.
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Re: Going to two rear brakes

That's the plan, wasn't sure if I would need to do something special with the cylinder for two lines. Well looks like in going to order some billet rzr hubs from utv inc. thanks for the advice
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Re: Going to two rear brakes

So the hubs I'm checking out are made by utv inc and they say they are a replacement for the rzr4, rzr-s and a few others but not the rzr xp900. Aren't the riot hubs the same as the rzr 900xp and not the others?

I am about to buy them but wanted to make sure that they will work in our trailing arms, as I couldn't find the difference between the rzr4 hub, the rzr xp900, or the riot hub? Anyone who has any info on the difference in size would be appreciated as I want to keep using the same tires. I tried posting utv inc.'s page for the hubs but the website seems to be down. Ill try again in a bit
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So the hubs I'm checking out are made by utv inc and they say they are a replacement for the rzr4, rzr-s and a few others but not the rzr xp900. Aren't the riot hubs the same as the rzr 900xp and not the others?

I am about to buy them but wanted to make sure that they will work in our trailing arms, as I couldn't find the difference between the rzr4 hub, the rzr xp900, or the riot hub? Anyone who has any info on the difference in size would be appreciated as I want to keep using the same tires. I tried posting utv inc.'s page for the hubs but the website seems to be down. Ill try again in a bit
If you talking bolt pattern for the wheels they are all 4 on 156. The same as Redline uses.
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Re: Going to two rear brakes

Ok cool, thanks. They have 2 different hubs and I'm not sure the difference, but here are the hubs ill be buying later today

http://utvinc.com/utv-inc-2010-polar...ont-rear-hubs/

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