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Thread: Hardtail Racer Build - 85 ATC200S

  1. #61
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    What is the reason for the caliper to be at 270 degrees on the disc? Is it function or aesthetics?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cow Pie View Post
    What is the reason for the caliper to be at 270 degrees on the disc? Is it function or aesthetics?
    Thanks Tim!
    Strictly a function thing. It's the only place it can sit and not interfere with either the frame of the bike or the ground.
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    Excellent! I have received most of the parts to complete this. Missing the tubing and the flange bolts to mount the caliper. Are the mount tubing and bolts that length for strength, such as more surface area available to weld up to the original backing plate? Are the bolts standard or hardened? Thanks for the answers.

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    We just used standard Honda bolts we had kicking around in the shop.

    The tubes or holders we weld to the carrier were just peices of sch 80 1/4 pipe. You could get spacers made up at a machine shop.
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    MrConcdid is offline At The Back Of The Pack Arm chair racerFirst time rider
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    I have been thinking about building one of these myself, thanks for the information.

    Q. What color gold paint is this?
    Is it spray paint?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrConcdid View Post

    Q. What color gold paint is this?
    Is it spray paint?

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    Not paint. Aluminum wheels that have been gold anodized



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    Thank You for reviving this thread! I had completely forgot about this! Now I have to add another project to my already never ending list

    I have been frustrated as of late with the performance of the stock brakes on my 200S, this is a perfect solution!
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    Am I correct in assuming the stock 200S rear axle will work with the 200X hub and caliper?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scootertrash View Post
    Am I correct in assuming the stock 200S rear axle will work with the 200X hub and caliper?
    That's what I understand...though some spacers may need to be made to clearance the carrier depending how you do it. I'm planning on doing this to my 200M....sometime lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by BarnBoy View Post
    That's what I understand...though some spacers may need to be made to clearance the carrier depending how you do it. I'm planning on doing this to my 200M....sometime lol
    I made a list from the one Tim posted on page 2:

    Parts - 200X rear brake hub and disc, left hand master cylinder, 66" long brake line, 400EX caliper and mounting (backing) plate (we all used Chinese cheap ones $20 on ebay)
    Material - axle spacer made with same ID as axle OD (approx 3/4" from another post by kintore), thick walled tube for caliper mounting bolts, small pieces of scrap steel for welding in straps for strength members
    Tools - 4 1/2" grinder with cut off wheels, welder, buffer, grinder
    PPE - welding gloves, grinding face shield, safety glasses, long sleeves, ear plugs
    I'm going to start aquireing the parts needed
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabiodriven View Post
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    Not to spam up the thread, but I just happen to have a Race style Harness I made for a customer then they changed their mind on what they wanted.

    82-83 ATC185S or ATC200

    81 used a different engine connector
    84+ the harness got longer, I think the coil connectors changed this year too.

    FYI, race style harness just means all lighting related wiring is removed, left handle bar controls are not wired, you get just the wiring for the tether/kill switch since there's nothing for lights. I include pig tails to splice onto the kill switch/tether of your choice so nice and plug and play type of setup. Harness layout is for stock mounting points for the different parts (CDI, Coil etc).


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