as you can see in this picture above the friction zone for the new rotor is will only accept the 2 piston caliper no the original single piston one
no clearance issues other than the little rubber boot around my speedo cable rubbed a bit (not shown in this picture)bit i just trimmed the boot with a razorblade and it fit perfect
i also used a scotch bright pad on the inner aluminum carrier to get rid of that "pot metal" diecast surface
parts used: from the top down
1. stock or equal aftermarket cx500 master cylinder
2. i recommend a steel braided brake like
the above is optional so mroe importantly...
3. 2 piston caliper off of a cb900F
4. EBC brake rotor MD1036LS for the left side rotor MD1036RS for the right side rotor
A couple of questions for you Adam. How big of a performance difference in terms of breaking did you notice overusing the stock caliper rotor and master cylinder? When I replace my brakes I plan on using this method I do not however think that I need drilled rotors.