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Old 08-17-10, 13:13   #1
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Default Brembo 19 RCS Adjustable Ratio Radial Brake Master Cylinder

Brembo Radial Master Cylinders are found on the fastest bikes in the world because they’re powerful, reliable and built to exacting tolerances for consistent performance under a wide range of conditions. Brembo’s 19 RCS master cylinder is no exception. It offers the unique ability to change brake lever ratios from 19x20 (for power) to 19x18 (for feel) with a simple turn of the screw, something not possible on other Brembo brake master cylinders. The 19 RCS is manufactured using a combination of forge-casting and CNC-machining. Forged parts have a particular advantage over parts machined from billet when it comes to strength since the metal’s grain structure follows closely the shape of the part as it is pressed into its final form. After forging, the aluminum master cylinder blank is then machined to accept all of its hardware: banjo bolt, brake reservoir spigot, lever attachment and – most critical, the brake piston assembly. This multi-stage manufacturing process ensures both strength, through the forging process and precision via CNC finishing - both of which contribute to the master cylinder’s consistent, exacting performance that has made it the “must have” brake upgrade component.

Every Brembo 19 RCS master cylinder comes complete with a break-away lever for crash survivability, a dual-line banjo bolt and a micro-switch controller for street applications allowing you to activate the rear brake light without the need to buy a separate pressure-sensitive banjo bolt switch.

We do not yet have Brembo Brakes on our website. Call TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817 to order your Brembo 19 RCS master cylinder today. You can also email us with any questions you have – send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with BREMBO RCS in the subject line and we’ll get back to you fast.

Everything as it comes straight out of the box: 19RCS master cylinder, brake light micro switch, dual-line banjo bolt, stickers and instructions.


Folding levers used to be only the domain of factory teams, now they’re included as standard with every RCS master cylinder.


A screw behind the rubber cap on the lever allows you to easily switch from 19x20 to 19x18 lever ratios.


Further aiding in safety is the color-coded cam assembly. When viewed from the top, if you see red, you know you’re using a 19x18 ratio. If you see black, you’re at 19x20.



MSRP - $365
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Old 08-21-10, 10:27   #2
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What's the difference between the RCS 16 and the RCS 19?
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The difference between 16 and 19 is the piston size. You want the RCS19.
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The difference between 16 and 19 is the piston size. You want the RCS19.
Thanks TJ. I got got your PM and replied with an order request.
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Can I get a price quote please. How do you think these will perform on a 09 with stock brakes? Or are these better for people with rotor / caliper / pad upgrades?
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You will see improvement, especially considering the bike comes standard with braided lines. Add the Brembo and a set of good pads and you have a very capable race set up.
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Track tested...AND HOLY $HIT do they make a difference!!! Had to ride the paddock a few times to get used to how much more powerful these things are.

Definitely two HUGE thumbs up!

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EDIT: Big thanks to PatrickMitchell for helping me with the install.
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Thanks for the feedback Tom, now you need to check out the calipers :)!

This was one mod that Taylor requested after the first test on our project bike. Now
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TJ, pm me quote please.
Also do you guys have a matching folding clutch lever? ty
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