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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-31-2019, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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2010 990 front brake lines

Hi, I bought 2010 990 which the seller had put clip ons on. He also put shorter front brake lines. I’ve gone back to OEM handlebars now and the lines are pretty snug. Since I’m new to MV, what aftermarket brake lines would you suggest? Trying to stay budget conscious so I’m good with any solid aftermarket lines.

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Hi, I bought 2010 990 which the seller had put clip ons on. He also put shorter front brake lines. Iíve gone back to OEM handlebars now and the lines are pretty snug. Since Iím new to MV, what aftermarket brake lines would you suggest? Trying to stay budget conscious so Iím good with any solid aftermarket lines.

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I can go OEM, but was hoping to find something in the US so I don’t have to wait and pay $20-$30 for shipping. Aftermarket seems like best bet for me, just as long as I get them proper OEM length. I really know nothing about lines as I’ve never had to replace on any of my previous 6 bikes.
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do you not have a local hydro shop that can make bespoke lines down your way ?
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If you're on a budget, offer 15 bucks for these and call it a day. https://www.ebay.com/itm/MV-AGUSTA-B...aeC:rk:47:pf:0
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Right on! I must have been searching wrong keyword in eBay. Saved me a lot of money and time. Really appreciate the link.
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Just know that the brake lines from the 1090 might not work on the 990 unless you have the monobloc calipers (different angle on banjo fitting). If you haven't found anything yet, let me have a look around and see if I still have the stock one off my 990. I'll just charge postage.
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The part number matches what is on microfiche for the 990 so hoping it will fit fine. I bought 3849 and 1090 shows 3850. Should be here in a week so I’ll know then. There a few mods done to the bike before I got it, but think the besides handlebars and headlight changed, everything else is stock. Thanks for the info and I’ll definitely hit you up for that part of this eBay one doesn’t work.

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Hope everything works out.

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Just know that the brake lines from the 1090 might not work on the 990 unless you have the monobloc calipers (different angle on banjo fitting). If you haven't found anything yet, let me have a look around and see if I still have the stock one off my 990. I'll just charge postage.
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Hey, can you find the one off your 990? Bought the one from that ebay link and it can't be OEM or not for my bike anyway. It is 20-21" longer than it should be. From the split to banjo it is 45". How the heck does that work? I'd have to wrap it around the forks twice. I have no idea what bike that would work on unless you had ape hangers.

Anyway Brett, if you can find yours and it isn't 45" I'll take you up on that offer.

My other option is just get custom made from Galfer, but don't really want to drop $100.
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