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rear brake ressi

i am looking for a different kind or rear brake ressivior for my cbr1000rr. do they make one that bolts directly to the master cylinder?
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Re: rear brake ressi

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i am looking for a different kind or rear brake ressivior for my cbr1000rr. do they make one that bolts directly to the master cylinder?
I think we had this dicussion at the Border Station. I haven't given it much thought past that. I'll do some research and see what I can come up with.
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Re: rear brake ressi

I think I found something. I might haveto give them a call. It looks like it will fit the CBR.
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Re: rear brake ressi

Here http://www.hooliganbiketech.net/hondacbr1000rrweb/1000RR_frameindex.htm
is a pretty good step by step for switching to a Brembo resevoir that IMO looks a lot better when finished. Doesn't exactly bolt right up but is a pretty simple mod overall.

Just figured out that the link won't take you directly there. On the left side scroll down to the section labeled "Brake Upgrades"

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Re: rear brake ressi

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Here http://www.hooliganbiketech.net/hondacbr1000rrweb/1000RR_frameindex.htm
is a pretty good step by step for switching to a Brembo resevoir that IMO looks a lot better when finished. Doesn't exactly bolt right up but is a pretty simple mod overall.

Just figured out that the link won't take you directly there. On the left side scroll down to the section labeled "Brake Upgrades"
I don't know if I would do this mod. It's bad enough to have the OEM resevoir exposed and subject to breakage. But to have your resevoir not fastened to anything solid, just swaying in the breeze... top heavy as well... it looks like unexpected catastrophic failure looking for a place to happen... JMO
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Re: rear brake ressi

I agree with you on the not fastened part. It isn't a mod I would do either but I still say it looks better. There might be somewhere better that you could put it. It could go anywhere really just depends on how long of a tube you use I guess. Mine on my F4i is definitely located a little better.
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Re: rear brake ressi

thanks for the replys, a bird told me about this one, what do ya think

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Re: rear brake ressi

Looks great but that is a lot of dough?
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Re: rear brake ressi

for the way it cleans it up, i like it.
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