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Old 07-28-2016, 11:29 AM   #1
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Would this even work?

ran across this today.... I like the idea of not having an external reservoir.
Thought the idea of it was neat but IDK if it'll actually work. My thoughts were it might over heat.
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I think it would be fine, how much do you use a rear brake anyways really.
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I think it would be fine, how much do you use a rear brake anyways really.
like everyday.
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I mean in a cycle of heat that would boil the fluid in the lines. Not that it would matter at that point because resi or not, it wouldn't make a difference.
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U do know dirt bikes dont have external resevoirs and they use the out of the rear brakes.......

If u are worried about heat they also sell adaptors that go between the banjo bolt and caliper that are heat sinks.
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U do know dirt bikes dont have external resevoirs and they use the out of the rear brakes........
Valid point. I'll probably try one out.
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