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Nov Special: Ferodo Race Clutch, Galfer Combo Kit

Good through 11/30/2005....

GALFER STAINLESS FRONT LINES w/ HH PADS: From $131.99 and up!
(Retail value $167+)
http://www.calsportbike.com/cgi-bin/...x.cgi?pid=1364

Galfer braided stainless lines are a massive improvement over stock rubber
brake hoses. Remember that with rubber brake hoses, the line must
flex/expand before any braking pressure can be applied to the pistons,
slowing down response time and making the lever feel "spongy". Galfer's
2-line racing kits come with all necessary hardware & washers to change out
the stock stuff. Lines have silver fittings and your choice of clear, black,
smoked (looks like carbon fiber), blue, or red outer coating.


The deal includes Galfer's HH brake pads (the proper set to do both calipers
for the front) for a great package. The HH compound is a sintered bronzed
base material that includes graphite and advance ceramics. It will provide
instant powerful controlled braking force at any speed or temperature, rainy
or dry weather. Great lasting power for track days, racing, and aggressive
street riding where you want immediate stopping power.

Inquire about adding wave rotors or rear lines/pads to this package!

*******

FERODO FCS RACING CLUTCH FRICTION PLATE KIT: From $54.99 and up!
(Retail value $69.99+)
http://www.calsportbike.com/cgi-bin/....cgi?&pid=1482

Ferodo is one of the world's oldest suppliers of friction materials, and is OEM equipment on autos from Ferrari to BMW. Their motorcycle products are developed in conjunction with MotoGP and World Superbike teams to achieve peak performance.

The FCS friction plate kit is a big improvement over OEM-replacement clutch plates. Note that if your springs are also worn, we suggest using Barnett clutch springs when replacing your clutch pack, and you will want to inspect the metal drive plates as well. Ferodo friction plates should be soaked in engine case oil for 3-4 hours before installation/usage.

Todd Robinson
Owner, Blue Monkey Motorsports
(208) 255-7969 * Healtech Support
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