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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post
    You still running the Zed?
    Kind of, it's actually in the 'shop having wider wheels and swingarm grafted in. I just cannot do standard bikes

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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    I seem to remember reading a post on ZRXOA and them mentioning 16mm piston for the clutch, not sure of the stroke, more homework required

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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Als Brembo is 16 - 18 which makes it a 17 I believe


    I doubt you can "over disengage" the clutch tho as you can adjust it back with the lever/stroke so I expect the only real issue is to under spec it
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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by HootOwl View Post
    Kind of, it's actually in the 'shop having wider wheels and swingarm grafted in. I just cannot do standard bikes
    Be good to see that sir
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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post
    Als Brembo is 16 - 18 which makes it a 17 I believe


    I doubt you can "over disengage" the clutch tho as you can adjust it back with the lever/stroke so I expect the only real issue is to under spec it
    Whilst I suspect you are right Nigel I would worry that if you are moving more fluid the next thing to happen would be the weakest seal letting go !
    I don't believe the clutch can be over disengaged but could the piston be pushed too far for its seal?
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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Frog View Post
    Whilst I suspect you are right Nigel I would worry that if you are moving more fluid the next thing to happen would be the weakest seal letting go !
    I don't believe the clutch can be over disengaged but could the piston be pushed too far for its seal?
    Cheers
    Ian
    Quite possibly Ian and thus why if you like the clutch to come back to the bars you would have to adjust the lever/stroke.

    I think 17 is good tho as if its a brembo you have the adjustment options.

    As I say the Magura on mine is 16mm and its light as a feather


    Im that taken im just fitting one to purgerex and might let you have a feel at the super sausage gafaw gafaw
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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post
    Quite possibly Ian and thus why if you like the clutch to come back to the bars you would have to adjust the lever/stroke.

    I think 17 is good tho as if its a brembo you have the adjustment options.

    As I say the Magura on mine is 16mm and its light as a feather


    Im that taken im just fitting one to purgerex and might let you have a feel at the super sausage gafaw gafaw
    Are you trying to corrupt us youngsters ? PMSL
    Cheers
    Ian

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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Why can’t the original be as light?

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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyrep View Post
    Why can’t the original be as light?
    Because it isn't radial
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    Re: Radial brake and clutch master cylinders

    OK i will have to read up what and why.

    as I am going to PDQ and they do Brembo [i forgot that] I will ask them costs.

    Purge and pal any thoughts?

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