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Old 05-02-2013, 10:43 AM   #1
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Which Brembo?? Input Please

So I am about to buy a new master cylinder for my track bike, but I want to get some input from some of you guys on which Brembo to buy when comparing price:

$305 - Brembo 19mm RCS Radial Brake Master Cylinder w/ Folding Lever
$325 - Brembo 19x18 Radial Brake Master Cylinder w/Folding Lever
$275 - Brembo Radial Brake Master Cylinder (19x18)

It seems that although the last option is cheaper, for an extra $30 it would be better to go with RCS19?

I appreciate any input you may have, especially if you have Brembo experience.

Thanks!
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So I am about to buy a new master cylinder for my track bike, but I want to get some input from some of you guys on which Brembo to buy when comparing price:

$305 - Brembo 19mm RCS Radial Brake Master Cylinder w/ Folding Lever
$325 - Brembo 19x18 Radial Brake Master Cylinder w/Folding Lever
$275 - Brembo Radial Brake Master Cylinder (19x18)

It seems that although the last option is cheaper, for an extra $30 it would be better to go with RCS19?

I appreciate any input you may have, especially if you have Brembo experience.

Thanks!
What bike? Any what braking mods do u have?
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The RCS is the one to go for. It is so crisp. I love mine.
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Old 05-02-2013, 10:53 AM   #4
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What bike? Any what braking mods do u have?
Sorry I didn't post this!

08 GXR 600 - Only brake mod are steel lines

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