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    Brembo 18-20 master cylinder

    Hi guys, I have an HP4 and want to change the master cylinder, does anyone know if the Motorrad flip up levers will fit the master cylinder, cheers guys

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    Re: Brembo 18-20 master cylinder

    Believe you have to use brembo

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    Re: Brembo 18-20 master cylinder

    Oh, thatís a shame, cheers for the response

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    Brembo 18-20 master cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by thumper View Post
    Believe you have to use brembo
    +1, that is my understanding too
    Last edited by Oli; 11th June 2019 at 07:55 PM.

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    Re: Brembo 18-20 master cylinder

    I was thinking on changing my MC to the Brembo one.. as I've never been overly impressed with my front brakes.. who's changed over, is there a noticeable improvement in stopping power ?.

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    Re: Brembo 18-20 master cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by stuartb View Post
    I was thinking on changing my MC to the Brembo one.. as I've never been overly impressed with my front brakes.. who's changed over, is there a noticeable improvement in stopping power ?.

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    Stopping power no, better feeling and better feedback from the lever yes.

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    Re: Brembo 18-20 master cylinder

    Hmmmm.. not really what I'm after..


    Cheers for the reply..

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    Last edited by stuartb; 13th June 2019 at 07:53 AM.

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    Re: Brembo 18-20 master cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by stuartb View Post
    Hmmmm.. not really what I'm after..


    Cheers for the reply..

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    Stopping power is all from the pads really - friction co-efficient (Mu)
    Lever feel and pressure is the MC

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    Re: Brembo 18-20 master cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    Stopping power is all from the pads really - friction co-efficient (Mu)
    Lever feel and pressure is the MC
    Yea figuring that out now, just wondered about that MC !.

    I've had OE, SBS Sintered and currently these Goldfren GP5s, all are pretty good and very happy with these Godlfrens, but always feel that the brakes could do more... no different from anyone else I guess...

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    Re: Brembo 18-20 master cylinder

    I've got a set of unused brembo sc pads I never fitted to the HP4 if you fancy a change Stu?

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