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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-25-2012, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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Banjo bolt question?

i have a question, i have the brembo 12 or 13mm master the one with the one piece fluid resovoir not the two peice with the external tank as i just sold my other brembo and motomaster setup, but on the 12-13mm i have the SS brake line that the line has the threaded fitting straihgt on the end of the brake line and it screws straight into the master and the other end of the line is a 90deg bango that was originally made for a motomaster sumo caliper but i have a Yamaha R1 caliper on the bike the system works great but i dont like the 90 deg fitting how it mounts on the caliper as the line sticks out to the lfeft outside of the bike about 1/2" more than a regular SS line, im anal and i could see a 1st corner bump with someone catching the line or something. Does anyone know what line i could run that has either a 90 at the Master and a regular ss banjo fitting 0 deg at the caliper or threaded straight at the master like now with a flat or 0 deg bango at the caliper or a coupler to thread onto the the threaded end and then i would put a threaded male banjo 0 deg into that?

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-25-2012, 02:16 PM
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Are you asking about the banjo fitting? The bolts are just straight bolts, but the fittings (the part that looks like a ring) can be many shapes. I just ordered a custom set of brake lines and they had options for 0deg, 20deg, 20deg side bend, 45deg, and 90deg banjo fittings, you could pick which fittings you wanted on each end and how long hte hose needed to be in the middle for a completely custom setup, pricing was very cheap too, I got a complicated custom setup for my front brakes and data acquisiion for $80 with lines, bolts, washers, and a t block.

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Thanx Bro! Nice link.

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