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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    If you want a cheap upgrade, use a late'ish Triumph Daytona 675 master cylinder. Those babies really shift some fluid for a minimal effort. They should do with a 3/4" bore mind

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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by Steady Eddie View Post
    For me the only way I'm going to improve the bike is to lose about 100-150 lbs and to do that properly isn't a cheap or simple task, besides I like the bike the way it is, sure I could throw a grand on a set of Ohlin's rear shocks but at 500 lbs+ I'm not sure it's worth it. My standard suspension is more than adequate for my needs and I push the bike pretty hard through the corners. Lighter wheels would help it to turn but so does a good tug on the bars etc etc

    So yes I'd like to fit a set of radial master cylinders for nothing more than cosmetic reasons, if I get an improvement over stock then happy days but as long as they are at least equal I'd be happy.

    Not arguing Nige, just we all look at our bikes and riding from different angles.
    Right, good assessment.

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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Do they have a mirror mount on them sir?
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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post
    Do they have a mirror mount on them sir?
    As stock - no, cos the Daytona has a fairing and the mirrors are mounted on that, but when I ran one on my old Zed I used one of these brackets or at least the half clamp from that to get a 10mm mount

    I took it off the Zed cos it was actually moving the discs when braking when the bike was still ( have 4 pot Nissins and adapters with floating discs, but the fork mounts are slightly out)

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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    One more and you get a big kiss

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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    One more and you get a big kiss

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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    What size is the clutch cylinder Alistair?
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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by HootOwl View Post
    As stock - no, cos the Daytona has a fairing and the mirrors are mounted on that, but when I ran one on my old Zed I used one of these brackets or at least the half clamp from that to get a 10mm mount

    I took it off the Zed cos it was actually moving the discs when braking when the bike was still ( have 4 pot Nissins and adapters with floating discs, but the fork mounts are slightly out)
    Am hearing you sir


    You still running the Zed?
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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by HootOwl View Post
    If you want a cheap upgrade, use a late'ish Triumph Daytona 675 master cylinder. Those babies really shift some fluid for a minimal effort. They should do with a 3/4" bore mind
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/13-Triump...wAAOSwh1paBiCH

    Saw this yesterday, would be interested but would want a matching clutch cylinder.

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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post
    What size is the clutch cylinder Alistair?

    30cc springs to mind, I got them straight of Italy .
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