Once silicone is put into a supposedly clean system, even a supposedly well-cleaned entire system, some stuff WILL USUALLY REMAIN. Petroleum brake fluids ("mineral brake fluid oil")  were used on cars for brakes & in suspensions. While I think they slough-off properly informing potential customers for these SS braid covered hoses for sake of profit (and avoiding long conversations about drawbacks), many THINK that because some bikes came with SS covered hoses, that ANY bike is helped. MOST of the time, NOT ALWAYS HOWEVER, if I hear a BMW near me that is squealing, I usually guess that the rider does not use his brakes much. Variables include bleeding quality; pad & disc irregularities, stiffness of calipers, hoses condition & flex,  temperature changes, etc. One method of doing this to allow other calipers, that I have not yet tried, is to weld mounting tabs. Many used the 33 mm cam disc with 15 mm hole. Racing fluids may have viscosities that are not good for your BMW ....that is, they may be too thick. This is NOT AT ALL correct. If this does not work, the next thing is short sharp jabs at the lever, & tapping (I use a small hammer with a plastic head, but a plastic screwdriver handle also works well) at the area of hose connections, at MC outlet, etc. If the hose is internally damaged, sometimes you will find out by seeing a large bulge in the rubber hose when you put a fair amount of pressure on the lever or pedal. You can use the stock Oilhead brake pads. The pin will now come out. Also brake hoses are available in our shop in different versions and for different models. Brake callipers left and right 3. Changing brake linings to HH+ types can add as much as a third the EXTRA stopping power of one disc. MANY have gone MUCH longer and further! Some squealing ....and ESPECIALLY brake lever pulsing ...will be had if the shoes do not contact the brake cam properly with drum brakes. It is OK to obtain some of above items USED, but I'd suggest a NEW master cylinder assembly. It is up to you to make any decision regarding use of a different type of lining or pad material for your bike. I suggest you pay attention to MY ADVICE, given earlier:  that I think you should TRY your old master cylinder size FIRST (be SURE bleeding is perfect!). If doing the front brakes on a bike with the bars-mounted master cylinder, turn the fork to near but not quite full LEFT, so the master cylinder is the highest thing in the system ...that sometimes dislodges bubbles overnight ....they rise to the reservoir. IMO! The bike was supposed to go with us I had installed a 1000lb bike rac. Spacing sleeves were available. When BMW installed the optional twin discs with the original ATE system, they went to a larger ~16 mm master cylinder. Afterwards I mechanically clean the caliper with stiff brass bristle brushes, ETC. Once cooled, the residue will be much easier to clean out. .....doing that will cause you LOTS OF GRIEF, because you will pump air into the system! The internal cam is not the same for both 32 & 40 mm carburetors. When the lever is not under hand pressure, the BARS lever end CONTACTS the bars casting; just to make this measured point clear in your mind. A variety of brakes were used. NEVER ...EVER! A sidecar itself brake requirement (if you intend to have a sidecar brake) is ....or can be ....very different from a front or rear brake installation and operational requirements of a motorcycle. C $155.44. FURTHER, water contaminated fluid will ....not maybe will ....cause all sorts of corrosion problems with your braking system once its % is high enough. ...then again let the bike sit overnight (don't tie the lever this time). ...you bleed considerably more than this point, to thoroughly get moisture contaminated fluid out of your braking system. DRUM rear brakes; shaft O-rings ...etc. We seldom used vacuum methods, and almost never pressurized at the caliper port. This really should be the first one on your list if you are … For the BMW Airheads, 1970-1995, it is reasonably easy to convert the brakes to almost whatever you want, with ONE exception. This situation often comes about when using a caliper from the wrong side of the donor bike. BMW R90/6 ATÉ BRAKE UPGRADE AND PERFORMANCE. BMW standardized for leverage position ....but there IS a noticeable difference between the ATE under-tank MC and the on-bars MC, so be very cautious about changing to larger piston sizes. After that point, you NEED to do 6 to 12 FAIRLY HARD STOPS, one soon, but not instantly after the other, from 70 mph down to ZERO. When you pull on the lever, the pressure in the tubing is monstrously increased, which can easily force OPEN any 'kink' in the hoses, allowing the caliper pistons to pressure the disc. Mineral hydraulic fluids are used in some braking systems, suspension systems, clutch systems, and in agricultural machinery, and other areas. thinner than the minimum BMW says is allowable. Add to Cart. : This is especially so with rebuilds. Do NOT allow the cover to be misaligned. SOME do as the MC piston moves over corroded areas it was not going to before. Performance brake pads by Brembo and Ferodo for BMW R Airhead R45, R50, R60, R65, R75, R80, R90, R100 High Quality, Original Equipment BREMBO Brake Rotors for BMW R Airheads Often, the final decision, unfortunately, is made by their SALES department. Done neatly, this is a cheap yet nice way to get the lever back some to fit your hand. You need to mill about 4 mm off the mounting surface; the larger piston then becomes the leading instead of the trailing piston, leading to weird wearing patterns, but a substantial braking improvement. This is a classic teeter-totter. It is also used in some bicycle hydraulic systems & there are different types of these oils. Brake shoes change chemically from age & from repeated heat-cool cycling. Another problem, a potentially very serious one with silicone's, is they don't mix with glycol brake fluids. If you use brake cleaner, never, EVER, heat Brake Cleaner; that includes spraying quite hot parts!! My own shop usually tried simple manual bleeding first. Some folks have old oil drums, one end cut out, set vertically, for use as a fixture when working on wheels. DO NOT DO THIS! Besides regular maintenance brakes bleeding, another problem has been that the owner that pays little attention to anything but the fluid level in the master cylinder. Another method is to get a M8 x 1.25 longish bolt, and screw it into the ATE pin, using a washer and an appropriate size of diameter of socket as a sleeve, and draw the pin out. the same as DOT3 and DOT4 brake fluids. In general, the sidecar brake is almost always purposely designed to NOT be very powerful. Do NOT leave the master cylinder at NOR ABOVE the maximum fill line after you are all done. REVERSE pressure methods, using a tool that applies fluid under slight pressure to the caliper bleeder valve, may help in egregious bleeding cases, but may force dirt/sludge upwards into the system. DO NOT USE THEM. Do step #1 first. It is possible the pin will be bad, if so, you will have to replace it if you cannot clean it up. You can use the LEFT Oilhead Brembo caliper from the earlier Oilhead years, & it is then mounted to the RIGHT side of the Airhead BREMBO mounts. The FLAT side of these is installed against the brake shoe & pivot cam; the slant side is to face left (towards wheel). Drum brake linings:  www.vintagebrake.com   Michael ('Mercury') Morse ....is a great resource for knowledge and parts and advice ...and can even reline your brake shoes with modern material ....and he can arc the shoes to fit your brake drum, ETC!! Shops may have pressure bleeding equipment (usually, not always, more effective than vacuum bleeding methods), & may have top down master cylinder caps pressure equipment. I AM NOT INTERESTED in anecdotal comments NOR am I interested in any arguments. Price: US $4,500.00: Item location: San Clemente, California, United States: Make: BMW: Model: R-Series: SubModel: /7 with R100S Motor: Year: 1977 : Mileage: 55,747: Engine size: 1,000: Vehicle Title: Clear: Description. Add to Cart. If you have problems, try the silicon brake assembly grease. There is a product called by various names, but it is a special grease said to be for use in assembling the caliper rubber parts. or Best Offer. I believe that BMW is overly-conservative in their selection of master cylinder sizes. A 0.001" or 0.002" shim makes a considerable change. Another problem with some aftermarket SS hoses is that they won't pass the industry standard WHIPPING test ...a test of constant flexing to simulate long term use. The rebuild kit MAY contain an envelope of "brake assembly grease". Use a plastic handle on some tool, or a tiny hammer, to tap JUNCTIONS of hose/fittings/lines. There is a groove in the MC piston for this gauge. Mirrors. For under-tank master cylinders (ATE), the bike should always be on the center-stand. Swapping can be done for both sides, using the Left-Right, as described above, and reversing for the LEFT side of the Airhead (that means using the RIGHT Oilhead caliper at the LEFT airhead side). 6. might be if the discs are worn to considerably Add fresh fluid to about 2/3 level, then begin the bleeding. http://www.vintagebrake.com/mastercylinder.htm  This is their information chart on MC & caliper combinations. ...& you should clean the pads and discs with 500 grit sandpaper, and clean the disc and the disc holes too, then see if the pulsing is gone. If you have a BMW model with ABS, the eventual cost to you for not bleeding the brakes will be very high. I clean the disc surface; after cleaning the disc holes (Q-tips & strong solvent); with very fine grit sandpaper, then a clean rag. It also requires a fluid level switch and dash light since you can’t see the fluid reservoir to check the fluid level. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller. That means left side as you sit on the bike. A very thin shim at a carrier bolt has a large effect. OK, my disclaimer is now dealt with. The slot in the tool's long end was to a depth of 0.642" with a full radius at the bottom; the slot width was 0.363". Because of this, & the thin discs used on motorcycles to save weight & improve handling, I recommend you NOT resurface your discs. These square O-rings have been known to get hard with age ....but it is the corrosion in their associated caliper groove & perhaps a corroded piston that are typically the main problem. Water vapor can get into your brake fluid from molecular sized cracks, fittings, hoses, connections, etc. The initial damage from these various things is almost always HIDDEN. Once the system is fully bled & the lever feel is relatively hard & not spongy, & if the lever does not pull back too far...a TYPICAL situation, ...then there is NO need to change the master cylinder piston/bore size. by whatever milling or spacer, etc., is needed. Detailed information is on the following website:   https://www.powerboxer.de   It is in German, so use a good translating program (the one in Google Chrome, for instance). The BMW stock brake hoses are VERY good & LAST for DECADES if you do not hang the calipers by the hoses, and if you do NOT use a clamp or pinch device on them (which some did and still do, unfortunately, to stop fluid flow during some types of servicing). It could even lead to freezing-up or locking-up of the brakes. C $155.44. BMW R100 R 1991-1995. © Copyright 2020, R. Fleischer I prefer to use the Brembo 4 spot calipers, as in the photo below or similar Brembo calipers, as has been noted above, as the installation is likely to be rather easy, over-all. Luka has switched the suffix from RS to RC—from Reise Sport, … One is the O-ring (yes, it is square in cross-section) that is around the piston and seals the fluid from escaping. K S A H 9 p o 3 n 2 s Y 0 o T C S r e d. BMW R 100 90 80 75 60 - brake caliper rear brake caliper A1478. I recommend common SANDPAPER, and NOT emery paper or silicon carbide paper. If the pads are wearing very unevenly (meaning, much thinner on one side of the caliper than the other side of the same caliper), then something may not be correct. Note also, that the first bleed, or second, is required to fill the plastic tubing that goes upwards some, to an inch or more of fluid, so be careful to close the bleeder port valve early, because releasing the lever will try to suck-in the old fluid, or if not enough, AIR! Brembo used to supply a tiny tube of silicone grease for this. ASK for SPECIFICS! I think that is NOT going to bother you. This is why the short jab may well dislodge the bubble & cause it to return to the MC, or, be expelled at the bleeder in some instances. (NOT the hydraulic switch). 1 each 25 mm shoe  34 21 1 242 403 You will have to purchase a box of 100, but the price is quite reasonable, so share with others. Not needed on a brand-new MC. Just changing pad types, or adding another disc, or both, may not be dramatic enough of a change for some riders. These may incorporate a float switch, whose purpose is to illuminate a brake failure light if the fluid runs low. ... sometimes this is ALSO due to the smaller internal tubing of the SS line. Here is a write-up, and commentary, which I am not endorsing, but will give you ideas: They are touted to eliminate squealing. It can also be caused by irregular glazed deposits, which are usually totally invisible. (It’s a 1982 machine, which means it has the Brembo rear disc brake upgrade.) One of the advantages of using mineral oils is that the manufacturer now has one more variable available to enable the type of lever feel, braking power, & a few other characteristics that a glycol fluid of only one viscosity available would not offer. models, but it isn't really needed. http://brook.reams.me/bmw-motorcyle-rebuilds/1975-r756-build-s-replica/34-bmw-r756-rebuild-master-cylinder-disk-caliper/. The small diameter, and thin, internal stiff plastic tube, can KINK. The issue with the BMW system is that it uses a single pot caliper with a swinging design. Kits are likely obsolete; but, never hurts to check on this. When you release the brake lever, only a very small amount of fluid moves back towards the master cylinder from the QUITE HIGH pressure being used in the MC, hose, lines & caliper. R100RT *-9/80. Price: $1,258.20. That also wears out the $$$ brake disc. It is a good idea to have the catch bottle supported in some way so you do not accidentally kick it! ABS is another big question. The 40 mm ATE swinging caliper repair kit is 34 11 2 301 709 (38 mm is 705). If you seldom use your brakes much, particularly enough to heat them up well, the SURFACE of the pads (especially the outer surface area) will HARDEN & chemically change, and give poor braking ....besides perhaps squealing.  IT CAN BE WORSE if your pads are dragging a bit. Screw it into the pin; use a ViseGrip pliers, strongly attached, to the head or shank. While popular, & BMW offered kits for the second disc & caliper, that does increase the UNsprung weight, and therefore the HANDLING of the bike WILL deteriorate SOME. Brand: EBC. That pressure needs to relieve itself when the lever is released. BMW GS brake upgrade - 4 and 6 piston etc. See (b) and, especially, (c). If you are having these sorts of problems, and are frustrated, keep in mind that you WILL solve the problem, and the problem PROBABLY came about because the system was opened. However, this is usually only a small amount more of lever movement so long as you don't go overboard on adding discs/calipers. ....The only things that a sidecar brake is nice for is: The calculations can be fun, since one must consider the brake lever pivot and lengths measurements. Be sure the O-ring area is clean. That is, BMW does not want your disc brakes to fail under relatively heavy usage on steep downhill mountain passes. Drilled or slotted discs:    These are not drilled or slotted primarily for sweeping off rain water and/or cooling, as is commonly thought. These were anti-rattle, & anti-squeal parts. All sorts & types of conversions have been made to 'upgrade' brakes. These mineral oils are generally used in systems that might not ever have the fluid changed, or, if so, perhaps many years before such changes. The gas effect was extensively studied by the brake makers, and that is one major reason that some newer calipers have TWO sizes of pistons ....do YOU want to think, here, about WHY that is so? I have used old pieces of feeler gauges, brass shim stock, paper, etc. YOU are the test pilot if you use silicone fluid. I'm NOT responsible for your poor judgment nor poor workmanship! You WANT to remove the clear glassy, unseen coating from the old pads (and discs!). If you use all BMW discs & pads, you don't have the problem of figuring it all out. I suggest you bleed until the fluid is fully clear AND rather considerably more. Because of pivot placement effect, as much as 2 mm of front MC size change can mean NOTHING between assemblies, maybe more, for the SAME MC bore size. Many aftermarket Stainless Steel braided hoses have POOR internal construction; some are so bad that the fluid return is not fast enough during multiple short-time braking efforts due to the inner tubing having too-small a diameter. The Airheads REAR DISC caliper MUST be unfastened; its bleeder port VERTICAL, to adequately bleed the rear brake. 4 mm milled off the mounting tabs. This is done by using a modified MC top (with,  perhaps, a MityVac) (if you ever replace a MC, KEEP the old top! Do NOT put any O-rings into the round cut grooves. This plug is NOT needed if you have dual-discs. $246.40. When you are done, and the MC filled to BELOW the max fill line, cover tightened moderately, any bellows installed first, then clean the MC area with a wet rag. In nearly every instance I have personally worked with, where I have added a second disc & then used the same type & size of original MC & caliper, no master cylinder change of size was necessary ....nor desirable. Use sparingly. The real purpose is to reduce the gas effect that is produced from the resin binders in older (especially) pads as they heat from braking effort. If you have low bars, you need the appropriate length of upper brake hose. I do NOT think Brake Cleaner is strong enough, at least sometimes for anything else. It can be MUCH WORSE! There are rare instances of disc brake pads that appear to expand with age. That is not the only way the front wheel can seize up, due to the brake pads not releasing ....they can even do something similar to welding to the disc. So.....squealing on disc brakes is generally the result of failure to use brakes reasonably vigorously now and then, or having excessively dragging pads. Ted Porter at www.Beemershop.com for anything having to do with the brakes, including re-sleeving, etc. I have been careful to set down information and methods, below, that are effective, and safe-enough, when used with thought and care! Drilled discs help INcrease the coefficient of friction. FAST 'N FREE. Types of pads and break-in (note that BMW motorcycle discs are not thick cast iron like most car discs, and break in should be carefully followed: Sintered pads are made with various types of soft metals, with a bonding agent. AVOID hydrocarbon solvents other than brake cleaners. Brake fluid typically absorbs very approximately 1% of water, PER YEAR. Hydraulic fluid, which always has special numbers associated with it, such as the Girling fluids, are NOT! Just don't leave any cap off your 8, 12, or 16 ounce container for an appreciable amount of time. Note that this particular conversion uses a floating disc, giving somewhat better performance. You can also make the tool of different dimensions, just keep the THICKNESS. AGAIN, note, this is only for a properly bled brake system that has a reasonably nice hard lever feel. Relatively common is corrosion of some sort on the pad pins or the retaining spring ...these parts should be cleaned & a tiny bit of moly grease or antiseize compound used on the pins. To fit all R100 engines since 1987. You will find the TUBES spacing to be different! I have also done hydraulic separate pedal systems (besides single stock pedal for rear brake). (yes, he can supply the proper SHOE materials and PADS). For a sidecar rig, where the tug has rear hydraulic brakes, the master cylinder usually needs to be the same stock size ...OR ...a mm larger, when you add a sidecar hydraulic brake. For BMW, such was the case for the rear disc brake on the early RS/RT models. To accommodate humans, most rear brakes on motorcycles have a limited maximum pedal travel from no brake, pedal at rest, to full brake. 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