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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-28-2020, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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Help ID this MC please

I am hoping someone can help ID what year this MC came from and if it really is from an FJR.
I got it with blue spot calipers from someone on the FJ form. I would like to know so I can get a rebuild kit for it.

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I have looked through many yeas of online service manuals, all seem to be 15mm, maybe this is from an ABS model.
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Blue spot calipers would be from a Gen1. The last year for those was 2005.
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All kinds of yamaha's sported blue dot "monoblock" calipers over the years. Just sayin.

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All kinds of yamaha's sported blue dot "monoblock" calipers over the years. Just sayin.
That is absolutely correct and I have no way of knowing if that master cylinder came from an FJR or not. But IF it did, the blue dot calipers were no longer used after 2005 on FJRs. I don't recall any of the Sport Bikes using the all metal reservoir, they used those semi-transparent plastic reservoirs. I cannot say if any of the cruiser types used blue dot calipers but I don't remember that off hand.

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