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Old 09-27-12, 16:17   #1
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Default GP Reservoir Kits

Hey everyone!

I'm putting together rear reservoir kits much like the HRC branded kit but for less money
and much easier to obtain. I'd like to open this to my fellow Triumph friends first. These
kits will be replacing the rear brake reservoir with a high chemical resistant tubing. It will
remove the old cup hanging off the side of your bike and give you that GP race look.
With the kit's clear tubing, you will now be able to see the fluid and know immediately
when it's time for a change.

Kits will use quality materials, to including:
- Spring clamp
- SS 7/16in Worm-gear hose clamp
- ss 1/2in Rubber lined clamp *Triumph kit only*
- HRC branded Plug/Breather
- Tygon 2375 5/16 inch clear tubing - Highest chemical resistant tubing

CLICK HERE for info/specs on the Tygon 2375 tubing in .PDF format



It's a universal kit and can be used on many different types of motorcycles. The kits will
come with 12 inches of the Tygon tubing. You will only need about 8 inches for the rear
reservoir. The remaining 4 or so inches can be used to update the hose for your front
master cylinder.


Above is a picture of the kit on my Daytona Track bike. Notice the tubing in the picture
differs from what you will receive. The kit is exactly the same otherwise. My bike was
the first trial run. After much research, I found the Tygon 2375 is a much better tubing
as the brake fluid does not sweat through it. I will be switching out for the Tygon ASAP.

Installation is easy! Written instructions and my contact information will be included to assist with any questions.

I'm going to be selling these kits for $20 USD + Shipping. International
rates will vary. Please contact me for international rates as they will
vary depending on destination.

***PRE-SALE OVER***
FORUM MEMBERS ONLY
: I'm doing a pre-sale for $15 USD, which includes
shipping. Pre-sale will conclude October 12, 2012. Shipping will begin the following week.
***PRE-SALE OVER***

Please PM me with orders and/or any questions you might have.

Thanks a lot and keep the rubber side down!
- Dustin Alan


Pictures from members with the BMAF Racing GP Brake kit:



Photo courtesy of TheKyleRC
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Question sir,

Do we have to go with the ugly teal colored zip tie?

Thank you for your time,

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John,

No. Lol. That was just my mock up. Im providing the rubber lined clamp so you can secure it where the reservoir cup used to mount.
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Why you have it so long 0_o (no homo)
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I'm sorry my length intimidates you
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Why you have it so long 0_o (no homo)
From what I've heard that is just how he likes it.
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So will the final version be shorter? Post a larger picture here?


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It is just tubing. You can cut it to whatever length you want. Mine is about 7 inches.....ok there is no way for this conversation to not sound perverted.
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This is a cool little mod. I did it to the 675 about 8 months ago when i saw it in a issue of PB. But i can't find a f*$&#($ plug for the top to save my life..... I'll take two sir

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It is just tubing. You can cut it to whatever length you want. Mine is about 7 inches.....ok there is no way for this conversation to not sound perverted.
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