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Brembo 19RCS MC Group Buy

Apparently there is a high demand for these and Brembo can't pump them out fast enough. My distributor is getting a new shipment of these in 1-2 weeks and I'm placing an order for a few kits before they sell out again.

If anyone wants to get in on the group buy please PM me for details.

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Just an observation.

You have the RCS 16 pictured. :P
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Excuse my ignorant question but if I have a Daytona R what's the advantage of upgrading?

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Excuse my ignorant question but if I have a Daytona R what's the advantage of upgrading?


OEM brembo gear is the very bottom of the barrel in their line up. It is in some cases only slightly better than OEM nissin gear.

The RCS range are not brembo's top shelf offering but are far better than OEM nissin or OEM brembo.

I have tried them all and can honestly say that the difference between an OEM brembo mc and RCS19 is night and day. Awesome stopping power.

If it's for a road bike though the brembo RCS is probably overkill. Highly recommend it for the track.
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OEM brembo gear is the very bottom of the barrel in their line up. It is in some cases only slightly better than OEM nissin gear.

The RCS range are not brembo's top shelf offering but are far better than OEM nissin or OEM brembo.

I have tried them all and can honestly say that the difference between an OEM brembo mc and RCS19 is night and day. Awesome stopping power.

If it's for a road bike though the brembo RCS is probably overkill. Highly recommend it for the track.
Thanks for the reply LG. I did some research and it seems in addition to upgrading to the RCS you would need to change a few other things also? Brakelines and possibly calipers, eventually. Street for the most part with the occasional track day so OE Brembo for me!

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Thanks for the reply LG. I did some research and it seems in addition to upgrading to the RCS you would need to change a few other things also? Brakelines and possibly calipers, eventually. Street for the most part with the occasional track day so OE Brembo for me!
You don't need to change anything else. I'd say the RCS is probably the best upgrade I've done to my bike.

IMO the stock master cylinder is wayyy too small for the calipers.
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Just an observation.

You have the RCS 16 pictured. :P
D'oh! My bad, fixed it
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You don't need to change anything else. I'd say the RCS is probably the best upgrade I've done to my bike.

IMO the stock master cylinder is wayyy too small for the calipers.
Good to know, thanks!

@Disco what's the price point for the GB?

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Good to know, thanks!

@Disco what's the price point for the GB?
I can't post publicly so I'll PM you.
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