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After reading up a few of the brake replacement threads I have gone and ordered a pair of calipers ( part numbers 43027-08 44023-08 ) and am now trying to find the correct EBC Floating Discs.

I'm after a more experienced player in this market to hold my hand and confirm that I got the right bits for my 2005 rubber mount.
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Just had a (very quick) reply from EBC

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Thank you for your email.



The FSD004 fits the 883. I have found a 300mm disc that is the same fitting patterns. It is the MD530.


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md250 would be for the 2008 and newer touring bikes and that is what uses the brembo's
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Hi Red, I can't find MD250 anyplace?
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Where r u located ? this was on jpcycles web site ..

ok might have been dyslexia.


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https://www.jpcycles.com/product/210...el-brake-rotor
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md250 would be for the 2008 and newer touring bikes and that is what uses the brembo's
I have no idea which EBC rotor will or won't work. The one thing I think worth mentioning is that many of OEM rotors for the touring bikes don't have the countersunk mounting holes, leading to clearance issues on the Sporty narrow glide front ends. I have no idea which of the EBC rotors may/may not have the countersunk mounting holes.

Do you know if these MD520's are countersunk mounting holes?
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Where r u located ? this was on jpcycles web site ..

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try md 520

https://www.jpcycles.com/product/210...el-brake-rotor
In the UK, EBC is local stuff for me. they do a full range of Harley Discs
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I have no idea which EBC rotor will or won't work. The one thing I think worth mentioning is that many of OEM rotors for the touring bikes don't have the countersunk mounting holes, leading to clearance issues on the Sporty narrow glide front ends. I have no idea which of the EBC rotors may/may not have the countersunk mounting holes.

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From the photos, both the MD520 and 530 have recesses for the bolt heads.
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From the photos, both the MD520 and 530 have recesses for the bolt heads.
Yeah, I saw that but I never trust marketing photos.
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I bought a used pair of calipers I think were Night Rod
Also HD floating rotors for a Sportster
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