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i think is too easy... more thn with the feet... and use can use it allways in all the situations and in all kind of corners...Many proffesinal riders use it.... marc marquez, tom sykes, davide giuliano, marco melandri, and mooooooore.......
 

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i think is too easy... more thn with the feet... and use can use it allways in all the situations and in all kind of corners...Many proffesinal riders use it.... marc marquez, tom sykes, davide giuliano, marco melandri, and mooooooore.......
Really:confused::confused:
So I have to look for one....maybe Brembo...best optical ft to the bike ....i think:lovebirds::lovebirds:
 

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Brembo is more complicate to put because you must use the fork for the base... this one use the handler bar is more easy to put and more easy to customize
 

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Nice, although you might consider changing the feed lines (clear tubbing) from the reservoir to the masters, looks like they are weeping (porous).
You need to find hose (tubing) that is rated for such use… :nerd:
 

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Sorry Josema,
But condensation (in our atmosphere) is water changing from a gaseous state to a liquid, which generally occurs on the the outside of something cold (like a glass full of cold ice water).

Joe (Sedici) is correct,
Unless you are running ice water for clutch fluid, what is happening is that over time brake fluid is slowly "sweating" through the brake hose and forming droplets (of brake fluid). on the outside.

The HRC hose is notorious for doing this. I had a Honda factory race bike (RS125) with the same hose and it did the same thing.

The standard Brembo brake hose is black and is made with EPDM rubber (same as brake seals in the master and calipers) and is compatible with brake fluid.

For years I have been trying to purchase the green brake fluid hose that was originally on one of my vintage race bikes (Jimmy Adamo's TT1-F1). Everyone at Brembo that I talked to said that it didn't exist, even though almost every modern MotoGP bike uses it. I don't know where is comes from.

The green brake hose gets hard with time (years) but it doesn't sweat like the HRC stuff does. You can look at fluid compatibility on hose vendor sites and find other tubing that is made of a material that is brake fluid compatible. http://www.safehose.com/techresources/charts/industrial_hose_chemical_resistance_guide.pdf

If you want clear tubing, I would recommend Tygon tubing.

I see this all the time on vintage cars with separate brake fluid reservoirs were people have installed fuel hose (Nitrile rubber) instead of the original EPDM rubber brake fluid hose.

Brian
 

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Tygon hoses for sure. kurvey girl sells them and not very expensive either. Tygon 2075 for brake and clutch, Tygon F-4040 for fuel lines.
 

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Thanks for your explantion... i do not know this question... now yes... Thanks.. i will buy it for sure.
 
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