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2010 model F4 rear brake reservoir location

Could one of you gentlemen fortunate enough to own this generation of F4 tell me where the rear brake reservoir has been located ?

cheers in anticipation.

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Hahaha, same spot as before Joe.
Not on the motor though but on the inside of the frame Plate.
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there ya go sir.

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Hey Donsy how u doin' That new position sounds awkward to access ?

I'm thinking of moving mine 2007 model to left side on a bracket fitted to the passenger foot rest hanger bolt hole. I've gone monoposto so the hangers are off.

That is quite far from the exhaust heat..well sort of.well ventilated at any rate...and very accessible.

I was wondering if a 2010 brake hose would be longer and reach it in that new position..

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Joe, you probably want to run new hose anyway, clear. The stock Y10 brake hose is that ugly black rubber.
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Wink reservoir?

Joe;
get a Brembo clutch reservoir, you can get them with 3 different mounting tab angles mount it under the seat, for easy access

Alex at Gutsy Performance has them

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Or you can use the standard reservior and put it under your seat.
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Reservoir re-location

Hi Joe relocated mine (f4750 )to the top of r/h side crankcase just used a longer piece of hose,and covered the back of reservoir with self adhesive heat reflective material,so far no problem even after being knocked off at 40mph! x-bikes crash bungs did their job,hope this helps,Russell.
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Simples.

Joe

Why don't you do away with the complete reservoir and just have a small length of brake hose with a one way valve bleed nipple at the end held in place with a J/clip..

This is what I have on my Z1100R and is what I'm going to install on my F4.

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