Kawasaki AR125 (1982-1994) Fork Brace
This three piece fork brace has been designed & manufactured inhouse from high grade aluminium and is available in a variety of finishes. This period style brace is ideally suited for those doing restoration projects, cafe racer builds or custom creations, taking over where the micron brace finished and adding our own unique style. These braces are designed to be easy to fit and give the desired amount of stiffness back into the front end, helping with cornering and high speed wobbles. Our braces come highly polished or black anodised with a variety of logos engraved and stainless steel screws are provided. Machined from 6082-T6 Aluminium and highly polished finish, we have a choice of plain or engraved with Fastec racing. Can be engraved with manufacturer logo of our design or you can supply an engraving design at extra cost.
48mm Leg Clamps with an Arched top plate (46mm from the top of the fork leg to the bottom of the top plate), stanchion centres are 165mm
Individual Part No:
Plain flat top plate - BOM-FBTP1046
Leg Clamp - BOM-LC1038
This motorcycle fork brace is designed to be fitted by a competent person, if you are at all uncertain please contact your local motorcycle garage. For those that are confidant here goes
To fit this brace to your motorcycle first of all raise the fork dust caps (where fitted) as the brace must not be fitted over these, place the leg clamps around the top of the fork leg by removing the M6 Allen head screws (5mm Allen key required) put around the stanchions and lower into place on the fork leg. Screw these up lightly so you can still move the clamp on the fork leg but try to keep the gap as even as possible each side, once both leg clamps are in place put the top plate on and align up with the screw holes. These take the M6 x 20mm button head screws (4mm Allen key required) and again put all four screws in and lightly tighten so you can now line up the leg clamps and top plate so all is even and square, all the screws can now be tightened and the order would be the leg clamps first then the top plate.
Torque setting for M6 stainless bolts are in N-m 8.7 Dry or 7.8 lubricated
*Photos are for illustrative purposes only and may not show exact model