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2020 caliper bolt spacing

Can someone tell me if is the standard 100mm or 108mm spacing?

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Can someone tell me if is the standard 100mm or 108mm spacing?

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100mm

I just transferred my GP4 Brembos from my 2018 to my 2020.

trackday today to see how these are on the new bike.
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Thanks 338. I am now regretting selling my 100mm GP4RX calipers. I did keep the custom titanium pistons if I decide to get another set
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100mm

I just transferred my GP4 Brembos from my 2018 to my 2020.

trackday today to see how these are on the new bike.
The new Hayes calipers are 30mm offset as well. Important when spending $$$$ on upgrades. My newest Brembos will fit as replacements. Pretty sure my 6mm Axis Iron discs will have to go back to Brake Tech for new carriers based on one of your other posts.
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I can help anyone looking to buy new Brembo bits. My vendor forum on the site should be up this coming week. Stay tuned. Otherwise PM me.
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The new Hayes calipers are 30mm offset as well. Important when spending $$$$ on upgrades. My newest Brembos will fit as replacements. Pretty sure my 6mm Axis Iron discs will have to go back to Brake Tech for new carriers based on one of your other posts.
this is true. I have made some email contact with BrakeTech to discuss this change of the carbon wheel. they are thinking 6 months development. I am trying to help them shorten that time.
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