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Brembo's new 19RCS Corsa Corta Radial Master Cylinder features three different brake modulation options: normal, sport, and race.



Normal Setting (N) - The "bite point" starts more gradually, ideal for city riding or braking in poor grip conditions.

Sport Setting (S) - The beginning of the bite point is shorter than in Normal, producing a more dynamic response ideal for sportier riding.

Race Setting (R) - The position of the cam mechanism shortens the initial stage of the bite point further, allowing you to reach the bite point of the brakes instantaneously. This setting is best used for track riding.

MSRP $318.00


Like the original 19RCS, the 19RCS Corsa Corta allows you to change brake lever ratios from 19x20 (for power) to 19x18 (for feel) with a simple turn of the screw.

The master cylinder housing is machined from forged aluminum with 5 axis CAM technology for top wear resistance. The floating piston, gaskets, and bleed & brake fluid delivery circuit couplings are the same as those used in MotoGP.


The Brembo 19RCS Corsa Corta incorporates a break-away lever for crash survivability.

Not yet listed on our website, you can order your Brembo 19RCS Corsa Corta Radial Master Cylinder by calling TJ at 866.931.6644 ext. 817. Is email more convenient? Send us a private message through this forum or write to us at FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM, and we'll get back to you right away!
 

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The standard 19RCS is one of the easiest, most appreciable upgrades for the 675s: braking goes from feeling like you're trying to slow it down with two wooden blocks to lifting the back wheel with two fingers at 60mph. This can only be better. Highly recommended.
 

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Could you get me a price shipped to 98208? If it does not include the brake switch could you please include that in the price? Also, my bike (Tuono) is like the 675 in that it runs a single line from the master cylinder. If the RCS is set up such that in only includes a dual line banjo could you also include a single line banjo in the quote?

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Brembo's new 19RCS Corsa Corta Radial Master Cylinder features three different brake modulation options: normal, sport, and race.



Normal Setting (N) - The "bite point" starts more gradually, ideal for city riding or braking in poor grip conditions.

Sport Setting (S) - The beginning of the bite point is shorter than in Normal, producing a more dynamic response ideal for sportier riding.

Race Setting (R) - The position of the cam mechanism shortens the initial stage of the bite point further, allowing you to reach the bite point of the brakes instantaneously. This setting is best used for track riding.

MSRP $318.00


Like the original 19RCS, the 19RCS Corsa Corta allows you to change brake lever ratios from 19x20 (for power) to 19x18 (for feel) with a simple turn of the screw.

The master cylinder housing is machined from forged aluminum with 5 axis CAM technology for top wear resistance. The floating piston, gaskets, and bleed & brake fluid delivery circuit couplings are the same as those used in MotoGP.


The Brembo 19RCS Corsa Corta incorporates a break-away lever for crash survivability.

Not yet listed on our website, you can order your Brembo 19RCS Corsa Corta Radial Master Cylinder by calling TJ at 866.931.6644 ext. 817. Is email more convenient? Send us a private message through this forum or write to us at FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM, and we'll get back to you right away!
Hi.. my mechanic tells me that this can't be installed on the 2014 model. Any idea about that?
 

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Hi.. my mechanic tells me that this can't be installed on the 2014 model. Any idea about that?
If your mechanic can't figure out how to install one of these master cylinders on your 2014, you might want to find a new mechanic. We've sold no less than 30 of the RCS19 and RCS19 Corsa Corta to 2013+ D675 riders.
 

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Hey everyone, sorry to revive the thread but does anyone know the stock MC size for a 2007 daytona (w/ nissin MC). Is the 19mm suitable for the calipers that the bike has (gold nissin's)? Or is 17mm more appropriate?
 
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