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sooooooo ive got some brembo brake and clutch master cylinders, thing is they are from an 848. im also lazy as hell and dont wanna start swapping them onto the mv if they arent going to fit.

i know its an odd thing to do, anyone know if it would work?
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sooooooo ive got some brembo brake and clutch master cylinders, thing is they are from an 848. im also lazy as hell and dont wanna start swapping them onto the mv if they arent going to fit.
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the brake caliper piston sizes are the same on late Italian bike axial and radial Brembos so the brake side is a go

the clutch slave on the MV has a 30mm bore, what is it on the Ducati?
if its 30mm you're home free

are they stock M/Cs or after market RCSs or something with funny bore size and pivot distance?

my KTM has 2 pad axial Brembos
the Aprilia has 4 pad axial Brembos
the F4 and Brutale have 4 pad radial Brembos

the MVs and the Aprilia use the same pads
all 4 use the same pistons

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the brake caliper piston sizes are the same on late Italian bike axial and radial Brembos so the brake side is a go

the clutch slave on the MV has a 30mm bore, what is it on the Ducati?
if its 30mm you're home free

are they stock M/Cs or after market RCSs or something with funny bore size and pivot distance?

my KTM has 2 pad axial Brembos
the Aprilia has 4 pad axial Brembos
the F4 and Brutale have 4 pad radial Brembos

the MVs and the Aprilia use the same pads
all 4 use the same pistons

it was the stockers on the 848. and im pretty sure the stock slave on the duc is 30mm. once i get a day off ill try it and let yall know.
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