Lambretta Hydraulic disc brake kit (drum links) white
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Ready to order?$259.00
- L10200-WH-SX (SX-style)
- L10200-WH-LI (LI)
- L10200-WH-LII (Indian LI-style)
- L10200-WH-SXI (Indian GP-style)
- L10200-WH-LI2 (S2 LI)
- L10200-WH-TV2 (S2 TV175)
- L10200-WH-JET (Jet)
- 5400 grams
- Frein à disque: le meilleur rapport qualité/prix est sans nul doute, celui de scootRS.
- Without doubt the the best thing I have ever bought for a scooter in 26 yrs (on and off). The first modification anyone should do in my opinion. Well made, good fit, etc, etc, in fact so good I have bought another for my GP.
- The hydraulic disc brake is now up and running and is unbelievable. The scooter is GP200 "Key To My Happiness" featured in Scootering Magazine issue 196.
- Kit is complete, castings are good quality and the whole solution is well engineered.
- Incredibly better than the stock disc.
- I fit a ScootRS disc to my GP when I built it a couple of years ago and I'm so impressed I want to get one for my SX.
- It's been over 6 months now on my TS1 I'm totally pleased with it... seriously if I can put one on anyone can... neighbor took it out for a spin and ordered one for his TS1 that day. I plan on a second purchase for my Imola. It's great to get up and go, but it's pretty cool to be able to stop too.
Fits drum links only, not disc links. (Disc links were on TV/SX200/DL200 which all came with an original inboard disc brake except early TV.)
See all our hydraulic kits and parts for other types.
Is it “ScootRS” or only sand cast?
Don't be fooled by low-end sand cast brake kits, usually labeled “Sterling/SPAQ” and made to look like ours.
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Sand casting is a cheap process normally only used for trim items because it is weaker, rougher and less precise. Some hubs have cracked and the finish is terrible. Don't take our word for it:
Such kits also often use the lowest-quality Chinese copies of hydraulic parts, yet still ask high prices.
- (Posted by a UK shop owner:) If you're buying make sure you get the ScootRS type (pressure cast) as opposed to the Sterling/SPAQ type (sand cast) - we have seen one of the pepperpot style with holes crack on the thinnest part of the hub and also a standard outboard one crack the mounting lugs (which resulted in the wheel rim parting from the hub after it happened - both were Sterling/SPAQ - just thought I'd better share this info with you.
- As a tool engineer who has had over 1000 pressure dies cast for all materials in 20 years I would never ever ever fit a sand cast part to a turning hub and use it at speeds over 5 mph.
- Compared to the original [the Italian Evergreen sand cast repro] was always rough as ----, only thing that made it bearable was you could use filler to smooth out most of the imperfections. Between [it] or the ScootRS, my vote's for the ScootRS version every time as it looks a much better product. I'm basing my comment purely on visual closeness to the original and the ScootRS disc brake wins by a country mile.
- (Posted by a UK shop owner:) Having fitted the two for customers, for me the ScootRS one is the better made. When stripping the coating off you can see how good the casting is.
- I was, perhaps naively, expecting to just assemble the parts, but on checking the fit of the various components it became clear that the [sand cast] brake was going to require a degree of 'finishing'.
- I have in my hands two Vietnamese Vespa disc brake conversions. One is the ScootRS [high pressure cast] one and the other is a [Sterling/SPAQ] sand cast one. I'll award the scootRS 9 points and the sand cast one 5 points. It's a quality product ready to bolt on with no need to tart it up.
Our kits with high-pressure cast hubs and genuine Japanese Nissin hydraulics offer vastly superior quality and safety on all points. –At a very reasonable price! Look very closely if buying elsewhere and confirm first if it is made by scootRS!
The best-selling Lambretta disc brake in the world! Modernize your Lambretta with the scootRS hydraulic front disc brake kit exactly as on a new scooter and get vastly superior stopping power. Far better than even the standard Lambretta disc brake. Original Nissin hydraulics along with our inhouse manufactured pieces and careful assembly ensure you guaranteed performance on the road. -And hell, it looks wicked, too!
The brake kit comes assembled and ready-to-go with everything you need:
- Brand new but original-look high pressure cast front hub with all new components including new Japanese Nissin dual-piston caliper, disc, stainless steel plate, axle, bearings, speedo drive, seals, etc.
- Our sleek polished alloy throttle lever support with low-profile Japanese Nissin master cylinder (ready with 10mm mirror mount), and lever. Bonus: the master cylinder has a switch to hook into your brake light.
- Stainless steel high quality hydraulic hose (not rubber) with removable ends which allows for a smaller hole when assembling!
This kit works with your existing speedometer. The hub sits nicely centered and is painted Lambretta white.
Click on the photo to view all the different throttle support/switch styles and choose the one that you need.
For example, the SX-style is on several models (LIS, TV, SX, Italian GP/DL), while the Indian types fit on a bigger shaft (37mm vs 34mm).
- Front dampers are needed with the extra stopping power. Add our damper mounting kit if needed. See related products.
- Brake fluid is sold separately, or buy that at a local motorcycle shop.
- If you want a matching lever for the gear change side, see 100810.
- We do NOT offer copy hydraulics as a cheaper version. The savings are not worth the quality problems. We only use top quality Japanese Nissin hydraulic components.
- Requires drilling a hole in your headset nearby the lever support (S2 scooters have less room in the headset for the cable than S3, so you might want to drill the hole in the horncast on them), and replacing the lever support with the one supplied.
- This kit will not fit on a wide 4 inch rim, but can fit on a semi-wide rim by grinding the back of the caliper a little.
- If you want to run the hydraulic hose through the support (no hole in your headset but you must drill the support hole and thin the handlebar rod) you also need to order a longer 2m hydraulic hose you can then cut to length and a 65 degree banjo bolt. If you want to loop the hose around the longer speedo cable route, order a longer 2m hose section and cut to length.
- Purchase includes full instructions with photos.