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Hi,

Does anyone know of a front brake rebuild kit or what kinds of supplies I need to get in order to do a full service on the front brakes that is available in the EU? Turns out none of my local Moto Guzzi suppliers can help me as Brembo is not offering any rebuild kits.

As far as I can tell by the maintenance records mine have never been rebuild and one of the pistons keeps getting stuck causing my front brakes to judder.

Whilst doing some googling I’ve only been able to find this kit : https://www.ebay.com/itm/153586237870?hash=item23c27401ae:g:yJMAAOSwS6ddQEb7

In my mind it seams fairly expensive for just a few plastic rubbers and crush washers.

 Hope you all can help me.

Kind regards

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Hi BramF, not in the EU but in New Zealand. This is available here for 44 odd Euro. The same kit will be available near you, keep searching the net, you must find one. This listing does not show a Brembo part number.

Rob

https://www.trademe.co.nz/a/motors/motorbikes/parts-for-sale/brakes/listing/3234721013

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16 hours ago, BramF said:

Hi,

Does anyone know of a front brake rebuild kit or what kinds of supplies I need to get in order to do a full service on the front brakes that is available in the EU? Turns out none of my local Moto Guzzi suppliers can help me as Brembo is not offering any rebuild kits.

As far as I can tell by the maintenance records mine have never been rebuild and one of the pistons keeps getting stuck causing my front brakes to judder.

Whilst doing some googling I’ve only been able to find this kit : https://www.ebay.com/itm/153586237870?hash=item23c27401ae:g:yJMAAOSwS6ddQEb7

In my mind it seams fairly expensive for just a few plastic rubbers and crush washers.

 Hope you all can help me.

Kind regards

https://ducati-gowanloch.com/shop/brakes/brembo-gp-p4-3034-piston-seal-kit/

 

Ciao

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There's also some info in the topic "Encyclopedia of Compatible Parts"

If you scroll through that, you will also find a reference to upgraded titanium pins that the pad backings slide on. 

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