CNC Racing 'Remote Adjuster, Front Brake Lever Brembo OEM': Has Anyone Installed One? - MVAgusta.net
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CNC Racing 'Remote Adjuster, Front Brake Lever Brembo OEM': Has Anyone Installed One?

Hi MV’ers,

Has anyone either installed, or have had experience with, CNC Racing’s, "Remote Adjuster - Front Brake Lever Brembo OEM” (link below)? ‘Would like to install this on my 2017 MV Agusta Dragster 800 RC, but I can’t envision the geometry / mechanics of how it would work with / connect to the stock ‘front brake lever Brembo OEM’. (A Forum ‘search’ was done, but I could not find any posts on this topic.)

Yes, granted, there are times when I am denser than the center of the earth, and this may be one of those times, so please cut me a bit of slack. However, please note that I have recently added a Brembo CBW (Click-By-Wire) remote brake adjuster to another one of my bikes (albeit after installing a Brembo RCS19 master cylinder [yum])… and it was an exceptionally easy install (image available if anyone is interested). Yes, the alternative is to forgo the CNC Racing's adjuster, get another Brembo RCS19, slap it on the Dragster along with a Brembo CBW adjuster…

Attached is the Link and a few images:

Link: https://www.cncracing.com/en/mv-agus...rembo-oem.html
Image 1: The remote adjuster bar mount and adjustment knob (in red and black)
Image 2: The remote adjuster end that somehow connects to brake lever adjustment knob / perch.
Image 3: The provided instructions.

High thanks in advance for your input. If I do figure out how to install CNC’s remote brake lever adjuster, please expect me to document (words and images) and post the process.

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Are there BREMBO brakes on the 2017 Dragster ?

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Yes, there are Brembo brakes on the 2017 Dragster. Please see the attached image... if additional images would help, please let me know. THANKS SilentService703!
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How about a shot of the Master Cylinder attachment point?

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The caliper is irrelevant....It's the brake lever that is key.

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Hi SilentService703,

Attached are images of the OEM front master cylinder at the clip on. In order:

Image 1: OEM Brake Lever from the front right
Image 2: OEM Brake Lever from the front
Image 3: OEM Brake Lever adjuster knob from top
Image 4: OEM Brake Lever adjuster know close up
Image 5: OEM Brake Lever banjo bolt
Image 6: OEM Brake Lever clamp rider view

Thanks again... 'hope these are sufficient / 'hope you can see enough detail...

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Hi Esq’z me,

Yes, you're absolutely correct! The caliper is irrelevant, and the it's the brake lever that is pivotal (pun intended)! The stock / OEM front brake lever doesn't have any manufacturers markings... I was assuming that they compliment / are manufactured by the same company that made the calipers, hence the snap of the Brembo binders.

I just posted some images... if you have any ideas, they'd be most appreciated!

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The Nissin axial master cylinder and lever are not compatible with the remote adjuster you want. You will have to go with a different radial master cylinder. Time to upgrade to the Brembo master cylinder.

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Hi Esq'z me,

Thanks... 'was hoping that I wouldn't need to go the Brembo RCS19 route, 'cuz I have a serious scope-creep disease. Specifically, if I do the master cylinder, then I'll have to install some fresh lines... and while at it, might as well slap on new floaters... then I'll want the rear to match. 'Just did all this on another bike, and while it turned out blisteringly good, I wind up wrenching more than riding.

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