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“Braking” Master cylinder

I’m selling my “Braking” master cylinder. I was the first user of this part. Never down, scratched or nicked. It also has the remote lever adjuster attached.

$300 shipped. Please PM if interested. I’m located in Queens, NY.






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Out of curiosity does this master have a brake switch for street bikes?

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No idea, But j can check when I get back home in a few hours. But you can install an inline brake switch that would work as well.


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Out of curiosity does this master have a brake switch for street bikes?

This unit does not have a brake switch. Here are some more photos. Spiegler makes a brake light switch that will work. It’s what I used when I had street bikes that I used aftermarket masters.










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What is that cable in the 4th pic, heading off to the left?

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“Braking” Master cylinder

That’s the brake lever adjuster. That’s installed on the left clip-on. It allows you to adjust your brake lever distance on the right bar while you are riding so that you always have the right distance from the bar. During races, the lever can get close to the bar from heat and worn pads and this part allows you to get the lever right where you like it any time you want.







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Nah, Gucci is all that bling some folks install on their bikes that do nothing for lowering lap times. This at least will give you a tool that allows you the comfort of knowing you can always have your brake lever where you want it.

Could I do without one, yeah sure, but ever been on track heading into a corner knowing your lever is already touching your knuckles and there isn’t a way to adjust it out for clearance? Ask me how I know.


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