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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-03-2007, 05:30 PM Thread Starter
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Speaking of Brembo MC.....

Damn, this looks perfect

Check out the new Brembo RS Break Master Cylinder

The BIG improvment is that this is kind of a 2 in 1 because you can change the distance from 18mm to 20mm with a simple click.
No more dilema on choosing the 19x20 or the 19x18 Break Pump

There will be a similar Clutch Master Cylinder changable from 16mm to 18mm



Here are the characteristics but it's in Italiano

SCHEDA TECNICA

Interasse Regolabile: 18 o 20 mm. sistema RCS
Il colore rosso dell’eccentrico identifica la posizione 18mm dell’interasse, mentre il colore nero identifica la posizione 20mm.

Funzione del sistema RCS
Con il sistema RCS - Ratio Click System – si passa da una configurazione all’altra, modificando il rapporto leva per adeguarlo alle diverse caratteristiche guida e di utilizzo.

Pompante interno MOTO GP
Il pistoncino, le guarnizioni, il puntalino sono i medesimi delle pompe che la totalità dei piloti della MotoGP e della SBK utilizzano:ridottissime tolleranze di lavorazione e ottima scorrevolezza.

Corpo Pompa
Il corpo pompa è in lega d’alluminio, ottenuto tramite forgiatura e lavorato successivamente CNC con fresature d’alleggerimento.
Per la finitura superficiale è stata scelta l’ossidazione dura.

Leva Freno
La leva freno è costituita da due componenti principali: il guida Leva Racing e la leva stessa, snodata, realizzata attraverso forgiatura.

Interruttore Luce Stop
E’ stato predisposto un alloggiamento specifico per l’interruttore meccanico di accensione luce stop, per l’utilizzo stradale della pompa freno.

Mollette contrasto leva
Mollette di carico elevato per garantire il contatto costante tra premipuntalino e puntalino, a tutto vantaggio dell’aumento della vita dei vari componenti.

Pompa Frizione
Si chiama 16RCS la pompa frizione che sfrutta tutte le tecnologie applicate alla pompa freno, con la variazione d’interasse stabilita in 16 e 18 mm.
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Great, comes with provision for brake light switch.
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All in one.
Is it at 20% discount, too .


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Looks like the way to go, I just hope there is no compromise in feel/function.
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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-04-2007, 09:55 AM
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What about AP Racing's kit? AP Racing first introduced their variable ratio master cylinder back in the '80s, their current range is designed as such that it can be used as either brake or clutch master cylinder.

No doubt about it that Brembo make good kit, personally tho, I rate AP Racing kit higher.
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