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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-18-2009, 09:49 AM Thread Starter
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Radial mastercylinder yes or no

Guy's Looking at fitting a radial mastercylinder to the 750 but both types ISR and Brembo are rather deep in the body and look as though they will interfere with the fairing on full lock. Has anyone fitted either of these types and if so did you have to make any concessions or modifications! Also does anyone prefer one type over the other. I am currently at work overseas at the moment and would like to know what the clip on bar diameter is so that I can order one or the other. (I think it is 22mm right or wrong) Glenn
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go for the Brembo 19 RCS (18/20) , the clip on bar are 22 mm

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I have the brembo on my 1000 and it fits fine.

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The Brembo fits my F4-1000, as well...no issues, great addition, very happy.
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Brembo it is then !! Thanks for the feedback. Glenn
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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-19-2009, 01:31 AM
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750 handlebars are different from 1000. I was looking to put something like this on, with fancy reserviors, but had issues with fitting it, so put back the stock stuff. I forget exactly what it was that didn't work (thought it was the reserviors....), but don't remember. Can probably try to check with the dealer this week and perhaps they can remind me.


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