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If anyone is looking for a way to upgrade the rear caliper on their Scrambler I have a solution for you. My buddy and I are building a Hypermotard based project bike and we are using a Scrambler swingarm. The Hyper uses a 2 piston rear caliper rather than the Scrambler's 1 piston. We have made a caliper bracket that allows the Hyper caliper to be mounted on the Scrambler swingarm. Anyway we made a few extra and figured we would see if anyone is interested. See attached pictures.

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If anyone is interested send me a message. Pricing and finishes are open for discussion, not looking to make a fortune.
 

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Hi, yes I would be interested in one of these, just curious if it would require a shorter/longer brake like or was this able to work with the original cable? Also, that kind of looks like a desert sled swingers, are the P/N's across caliper brackets the same for these? I'm going to take a look myself. I will send you a PM for pricing.

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Hi, yes I would be interested in one of these, just curious if it would require a shorter/longer brake like or was this able to work with the original cable? Also, that kind of looks like a desert sled swingers, are the P/N's across caliper brackets the same for these? I'm going to take a look myself. I will send you a PM for pricing.

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It’s actually a scrambler 1100 swingarm. It’s my understanding the caliper bracket is the same across the models.
 

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It’s actually a scrambler 1100 swingarm. It’s my understanding the caliper bracket is the same across the models.
I looked up the P/N for the caliper and bracket, they are all different accross 800/desertled/1100, but looking at this part on eBay, they all look the same to me. The shape as far as I can tell is the same, would you be able to measure and confirm the axel spacing width? I have a spare 800 caliper bracket I can give measurements for, just need to find it in my garage.
 

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I looked up the P/N for the caliper and bracket, they are all different accross 800/desertled/1100, but looking at this part on eBay, they all look the same to me. The shape as far as I can tell is the same, would you be able to measure and confirm the axel spacing width? I have a spare 800 caliper bracket I can give measurements for, just need to find it in my garage.
Absolutely, I can confirm any dimension. Honestly you are the one helping me out by confirming this.
 

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I looked up the P/N for the caliper and bracket, they are all different accross 800/desertled/1100, but looking at this part on eBay, they all look the same to me. The shape as far as I can tell is the same, would you be able to measure and confirm the axel spacing width? I have a spare 800 caliper bracket I can give measurements for, just need to find it in my garage.
Hi, I'm the other guy involved in this project.
I purchased a brake mount from eBay a while back for reverse engineering purposes; it was from a Scrambler Icon. It fit perfectly in the 1100 swingarm, so I pulled much of the data points from that. I'm not sure why they would have different part numbers between the bikes - It appears to be made by Brembo (markings on the casting), so I presume it's part of the OEM contract for the "brake package" - Perhaps that effects the part numbering scheme?
The rear wheel is 96320101AB, purchased from eBay. No sure which model it's specific to.
Rear sprocket and carrier, purchased from eBay, description stated "Scrambler 800 2015-2020"


As for the axle spacing, here's how it stacks up:
Width w/o any wheel hardware (between axle adjusters): 242mm
Rear Wheel Assy. Width (wheel, sprocket carrier, spacers): 222mm
Brake Caliper Mount width (on axle): 20mm
 

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If anyone is looking for a way to upgrade the rear caliper on their Scrambler I have a solution for you. My buddy and I are building a Hypermotard based project bike and we are using a Scrambler swingarm. The Hyper uses a 2 piston rear caliper rather than the Scrambler's 1 piston. We have made a caliper bracket that allows the Hyper caliper to be mounted on the Scrambler swingarm. Anyway we made a few extra and figured we would see if anyone is interested. See attached pictures.

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If anyone is interested send me a message. Pricing and finishes are open for discussion, not looking to make a fortune.
If anyone is looking for a way to upgrade the rear caliper on their Scrambler I have a solution for you. My buddy and I are building a Hypermotard based project bike and we are using a Scrambler swingarm. The Hyper uses a 2 piston rear caliper rather than the Scrambler's 1 piston. We have made a caliper bracket that allows the Hyper caliper to be mounted on the Scrambler swingarm. Anyway we made a few extra and figured we would see if anyone is interested. See attached pictures.

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If anyone is interested send me a message. Pricing and finishes are open for discussion, not looking to make a fortune.
Lovely work guys - congratulations
 
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