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This is a discussion on New Product - Yamaha YXZ1000R Big Brakes within the Tower Works Motorsports forums, part of the Vendor Member Section category; Yamaha YXZ1000R Big Brakes Unfortunately most riders don’t question the brakes on a UTV as we have nothing to compare. With the upgrades to 32” ...

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    New Product - Yamaha YXZ1000R Big Brakes

    Yamaha YXZ1000R Big Brakes

    Unfortunately most riders don’t question the brakes on a UTV as we have nothing to compare. With the upgrades to 32” tires, motor work, extra weight, roll cages, etc, the yxz is lacking in the brake area, especially those that can drive on the highway. This brake upgrade is the answer if you drive your car or bike quickly, or do track days one of the first upgrades is brakes.

    Yamaha YXZ big brake upgrade by Towerworks Motorsports
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    Does it require larger diameter wheels?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JW329 View Post
    Does it require larger diameter wheels?
    Yes, this. ^^^^^
    Will this still work with the stock 14" SE beadlock wheels?
    2016 YXZ1000R SE 60th Anniversary Edition. RPM/Weller Turbo, Rekluse Clutch w/ TW Oil Mod and Stacked Springs, Weller/TW 45/15/11 Gear Reduction, Weller KOH Shocks, Eibach Sway Bars w/ Weller Links, Brick City Fab Sport Cage, Axia Mirrors, Sun Visors, & all Accessories, Rugged Radio 660 Intercom, DragonFire Harnesses, Beard Seats, Yamaha Cargo Box. Alternator Kit, 50" Light Bar, FUTV Skids, 28-10x14 DOT Legal Fuel Gripper Tires, 30" Skat Extremes on DWT Stealth Wheels for the sand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottdmax View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by JW329 View Post
    Does it require larger diameter wheels?
    Yes, this. ^^^^^
    Will this still work with the stock 14" SE beadlock wheels?
    Same question here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moto_773 View Post
    Same question here...
    Anybody home??????
    2016 YXZ1000R SE 60th Anniversary Edition. RPM/Weller Turbo, Rekluse Clutch w/ TW Oil Mod and Stacked Springs, Weller/TW 45/15/11 Gear Reduction, Weller KOH Shocks, Eibach Sway Bars w/ Weller Links, Brick City Fab Sport Cage, Axia Mirrors, Sun Visors, & all Accessories, Rugged Radio 660 Intercom, DragonFire Harnesses, Beard Seats, Yamaha Cargo Box. Alternator Kit, 50" Light Bar, FUTV Skids, 28-10x14 DOT Legal Fuel Gripper Tires, 30" Skat Extremes on DWT Stealth Wheels for the sand.

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    Look great, and I bet they stop better as well, but the price $1880 will probably make people put on the brakes in regards to purchasing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dumontsand View Post
    Look great, and I bet they stop better as well, but the price $1880 will probably make people put on the brakes in regards to purchasing.
    Nice setup for sure. But that ain't exactly great bang for the buck there. Me thinks I'll pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottdmax View Post
    Nice setup for sure. But that ain't exactly great bang for the buck there. Me thinks I'll pass.
    Feels like they are attempting to take advantage of a surging market.


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    Actually it's pretty much in line, I priced out the rotors and lines from Galfer and the calipers through Wilwood and it's right there and you still need a bracket to mount them. Brian said they will work with stock and several others he named off. "Brian, if you send me my silicon oil lines I'll get a set, if you get me the RED brake lines that Galfer makes for the YXZ".

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    Must be just for the front? Still quite a bit cheaper than the 8 piston brakes I had on my Reynard Indycar!!!! That thing when you stomp on the brake pedal even your watch starts spinning backwards!

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