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Front brake calipers have had it on my brothers bike, buying all the seals and bits works out nearlythe same as just gettin a different set? will a different year fit?or does it have to be 600 fn 1992????

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Having just changed the seals on my old suzuki, I know what you mean about cost. However, any secondhand set may be in just as bad condition, so make sure you get a good look at them (ask me how I know!).
For caliper/bike details try www.cmsnl.com
They should cover the CBR series and have great parts diagrams. Just get the part number for the current brakes, then compare with the later models listed.

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