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Hi,

I'm about to install a pair of Brembo RCS brake and clutch cylinders on my 1090.
Does anybody of you have pictures of installed separate brakelines?

I'd be interested in how you arranged the lines.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Now it's in the right section mate.
No need for separate line really, and you have only the basic or standard route follow in any case if you'd like the tubes clipped behind the light and fender.
 

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Thanks for moving it into the right section. Next time I'll keep an eye on that.

You're right, there is no technical reason to use 2 lines. Nevertheless, I like to do so. :smoking:
Going to try it the way you described, thanks. :angel:
 

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It's a lot cheaper and nicer feeling when you pick your own colours, and sort the length out yourself mate. Just get the fittings right, I commented in the "For Sale" section about a similar topic.
 

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Any pics or clues to what you did ?
Here we go:

After figuring out the necessary lengths of both lines I ordered them at Melvin (a German manufacturer of brake lines).
It took just 3 days to receive them.


Some pictures:









After all it was an easy job. Even the bleeding part was no big thing and done in 10 minutes.

One thing may be worth mentioning:
I rebleeded the system next morning, thinking that some bubbles might came up the lines over night, but it was not necessary.
 
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