I agree that it does look tidier. Maybe the black fittings would help blend with my master cylinder and black bars.Whilst I have no experience of a two line set-up I would have thought that in operation there would be little or no difference?
Assuming that is correct then it would come down to which look you prefer and/ or cost difference.
IMO the three line with a hydraulic brake switch on the splitter gives the handlebars a slightly tidier look.
That would sound correct to me.what they say ^^^^ there may be a difference in weight - quite possibly 2 line is lighter than 3 line due to not having the splitter and its associated hardware, and should be cheaper .... which makes you wonder why manufacturers fit 2 lines?
I'll say it again Julian. That is an amazingly clean machine. Nicely detailed, tasteful modifications.2 lines are cheaper but I always find it difficult to get them to sit correctly on either side of the wheel without hitting the mudguard/fender,
I use a 3 line for its ease of neatness, you should be able to make out my black braided lines in this picture, I have a matching black clutch line too
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