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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-29-2017, 12:25 PM Thread Starter
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F3 2012 Brembo Conversion to Monoblock

So, last year I managed to procure a set of brembo monoblock calipers off an F4 for a steal.

I just realised now that the braided hoses and banjo bolts are not compatible from the 2012 as the 2012 hoses connect to the RHS caliper then double up to the LHS. The monoblocks have a T piece higher up the line and the banjo isnt used for bleeding on the monoblock as it is on the 2012.

I see startwin trading doesnt sell the hoses as a set, only the pieces which is no good.

Anybody have any ideas for a one stop solution. Not too keen to order parts from different parts of the world to make it work.

Ebay do have used hoses, but not looking too healthy. Also will need banjo bolt screws as the 2012 also serves as the bleeder so not compatible meaning back to ordering parts from all over the world

Will something like this work?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Kit-bremsle...taFuuz&vxp=mtr

Is a kit like that made up already or do I put it together as required?
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Several braking specialty companies sell hose kits. A quick look through any sport bike oriented magazine ads will give you some ideas. You can even order custom hoses for reasonable prices.

Go search google for race bike brake hoses. You'll find them.

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If you are in the US contact Coremoto they do some very tasty hose kits... They sell stainless, titanium banjos, etc etc..

Used them on my 675R's & RSV4, doing M50 monoblock conversions..

if you need some help with the measurement and which style fittings I can help you out.

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Speigler makes custom lines and there is one othe company which I would recommend but cannot remember the name
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you mean Spiegler Also HEL makes them but none of them are located in US I think?

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Isn't the 675 and 800 hoses different? Meaning I think you can use the 800(or ago or oro) parts? I don't know exactly honestly but you can do that or source some f4 hoses? Again, I don't have an F4 handy or 675 to compare but thats what I'm gathering from the service manual pics.

Is your bike ABS or not?

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Isn't the 675 and 800 hoses different? Meaning I think you can use the 800(or ago or oro) parts? I don't know exactly honestly but you can do that or source some f4 hoses? Again, I don't have an F4 handy or 675 to compare but thats what I'm gathering from the service manual pics.

Is your bike ABS or not?
Its a non ABS F3 675]

The monoblock hoses are different to the gold brembo calipers on the 2012.

I could get hoses off ebay, but they are all used and look worse for wear.

Startwin cant supplied the complete hose set either which leads me to look for a decent aftermarket solution.
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I know that my bike has the T on top of the front wheel and monoblock front but I have abs. So there is a difference in hoses between 675 vs 800. Thought that might help.

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Its a non ABS F3 675]

The monoblock hoses are different to the gold brembo calipers on the 2012.

I could get hoses off ebay, but they are all used and look worse for wear.

Startwin cant supplied the complete hose set either which leads me to look for a decent aftermarket solution.
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Go check out this company. They make nice stuff. Second link is the custom order page.

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http://www.venhillusa.com/make-your-...ke-line-1.html

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I got my hoses from Carpimoto

Fren tubo SS kit.

Fren Tubo Street Legal Brake Line Kit "Type 1" MV Agusta F3 675 - Brake Line Kits

Great product, yet to fit it , but looks good so far. Complete with all the bolts and washers.

They also had carbon hoses, but decided against spending the premium.
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