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This is a discussion on Deal alert - Brembo 4P-30/34 40mm calipers within the Grom Performance forums, part of the Honda Grom Garage category; Thanks for the heads up on this deal. Decided to get one as well. M in SC says he has great results with the stock ...

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    Thanks for the heads up on this deal. Decided to get one as well. M in SC says he has great results with the stock MC and this caliper.
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    The shitty thing is you have to remove the rotor to get the caliper on.

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    The wheel only takes like 20 seconds to remove with a tree stand.

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    you cannot put the caliper over the rotor if the rotor is mounted to the wheel. whether the wheel is on or off the bike is irrelevant.

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    Interesting... I guess I'll find out soon enough. Where is the issue of clearance? If the pads are removed, is it any better?

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    For anyone who purchases one of these and wants to mount to 14-15 Grom I have the mount for sale $40 shipped to any US state.

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    Shipping on these calipers was insanely fast...from Milan to San Diego in two days via DHL.

    Can't wait to mount them up!
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    Caliper went on without any drama. Unsure why Wibbly had to remove his rotor. The caliper just barely makes it's way in, then the mount. Plenty of clearance to achieve it all without removal of anything except stock caliper and mount.
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    I stand corrected. Wibbly is correct - once you bleed the system, there is no room for the caliper to escape. I ended up taking three rotor bolts out, loosening the fourth, and that gave me plenty of clearance to remove the caliper.
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    Driven Rearsets / 428 Chain 15/32T / SS Brake Lines / GF Speed Spacers / GF Vented Cam Cover
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    Quote Originally Posted by OpusNectar View Post
    I stand corrected. Wibbly is correct - once you bleed the system, there is no room for the caliper to escape. I ended up taking three rotor bolts out, loosening the fourth, and that gave me plenty of clearance to remove the caliper.
    What if you wobble it to compress the pistons, then remove the pads? The pads can be removed from the back of the caliper, correct?

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