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FLP GY6 Rear Disc Brake Conversion V3

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NEW FLP V3 GY6 Rear Wheel Hub for disc brake conversion for RRGS PH80 or Adelin PH82 Caliper.

1 x FLP V3 GY6 Rear Disc Conversion Brake for Adelin PH82 Caliper   +$324.99

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FLP V3 GY6 Rear Disc Conversion is an all-new design with a 35% reduction in weight vs. the V2 hub.  Along with the new design, the spinning process has also been improved the hub easier to install and remove.   If you want the ultimate in braking performance from your GY6 swapped Honda Ruckus to match your front disc brake swap, the FLP GY6 Rear Disc Brake Conversion is the perfect kit for you. This GY6 Rear Conversion Kit is available for RRGS PH80 or Adelin PH82 Caliper Bracket.  The hub is designed for the RRGS/RPM 220mm disc rotor, wheel bolts, and hardware; you only have to modify the case. Hub comes with M10x1.25p 4x110mm and M12x1.25p 4x4" bolt patterns, but can be custom ordered to the specifications to your wheel.

The hub also has the same offset as drum hubs, so it works with 3+4 offset or 4+3 offset with a spacer. Please keep in mind that this works with wheels that are 7" and 8" fatty. The inside of the wheel cannot have a valve stem. If it does, the valve stem location must be welded and put on the other side.

Custom Build Your Own Brake Lines available, HERE

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  • FLP V3 GY6 Rear Hub Disc Converion for RRGS PH80 or Adelin PH82 Caliper 
  • NEW DESIGN about 35% lighter than FLP V2 Hub
  • M10x1.25p = 4x110mm Wheel Bolt Pattern 
  • M12x1.25p = 4x4" Wheel Bolt Pattern
  • Dual Disc Pattern for 220mm rotor and 200mm Dio rotor.
  • (Caliper, Rotor and brake lines not included)
Brand FLP


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