Brake master and clutch master mzs

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  1. Apr 10, 2019 #1

    Davide

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    Somebody know if i can use this brake master and clutch master in the photo? Is from mzs racing piston 10mm i have calipper brembo 4 piston
     

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    Off the top of my head I would say no, it is far too small.

    You would need to establish the cross sectional area (CSA) of the m/c and calipers and work out what the leverage ratio is.

    Have a look here for more info.
     
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    Davide

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    But i see somebody use i find some photos in internet
     

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    If they are 10mm then the clutch won't displace enough fluid. The brake side MIGHT displace enough fluid with the full lever stroke. I have used systems like these but with Vmax internals installed after reboring the master cylinder.
     
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    Any more info on that red rocket, anybody? It looks like a clean install, except for the stuff sticking out of the faux cover.
     
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    Davide

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    Thanks means this this no good because is 10mm
     
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    The red bike is KJ Shovers and the stuff sticking out of the hood is part of the turbo's airbox.
     
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    Hi, what is the standard size, I've been offered a pair of levers. The brake res has 12.7mm piston hole and the clutch 14mm piston hole. At least thats what it says on the spec.Would these work? Just bought a 2002 vmax with a really strange pair of reservoirs and hose set up on it and wanted to either standardise or even just smarten up, thanks.
     

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