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I have 2014 F3 675 with the gold front Brembo calipers. I am changing the calipers to the sliver Brembo calipers that are on the newer F3s. The calipers I purchased off of eBay came off a 2015 F3.

My question is will I need to change the brake lines?

On my bike the line from lever goes to caliper on one side of wheel and then there is another line that goes to the other caliper. I think one the newer models that have the calipers I just got the line from lever is split and goes to caliprs on each side of wheel.

The only workshop manual I can find shows different front brake lines between the regular F3 and Oro which I believe uses the second calipers as the ones I purchased so I'm not sure if I need new lines or can use existing lines and banjo bolts.

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Look at the parts diagrams on star twin or evolution.it.... I can text you pics as well when I'm at my bike. I'm pretty sure the 675 and 800 calipers are different in the way the lines run. Get some 800 lines off of ebay! Italy is closed!!!

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Look at the parts diagrams on star twin or evolution.it.... I can text you pics as well when I'm at my bike. I'm pretty sure the 675 and 800 calipers are different in the way the lines run. Get some 800 lines off of ebay! Italy is closed!!!
Star twin shows same diagram for 675 and 800 lines..

Edit...Nevermind. The diagram was the same but the part numbers are different

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So are you swapping over to brembo M4 monoblocks?
Do you have ABS?
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Yeah and yes.
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So are you swapping over to brembo M4 monoblocks?
Do you have ABS?
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Well damn i would of hooked you up with mine from my F3... wanting to use something a little more billet, LOL.
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