Brembo 19X18 GP Racing Forged Brake Master Cylinder: [Folding Lever]
A brake master cylinder obtained through forging dedicated to those who love riding on the track. Forging is a process of plastic deformation of metals which increases mechanical resistance and consequently the final quality.
A brake Brembo 19 x 18 master cylinder obtained through forging dedicated to those who love the thrill of riding on the track. Forging is a process of plastic deformation of metals which increases mechanical resistance and consequently the final quality.
Absolutely reliable, this billet machined brake master cylinder allows maximum readiness and perfectly module braking in any conditions of use with excellent linearity between the force the rider applies to the lever and the braking response, thereby achieving an extraordinary braking feeling.
The brake master cylinder uses a 19 mm diameter piston, double disc, a lever center distance of 18 and a long lever. A laser marking indicates the diameter of the piston and the lever center distance.
This Component is designed and manufactured to be used exclusively in racing competitions and, therefore, the product shall be installed through specific adapters not included in the packaging of the component and by highly qualified and competent professionals working in the “Racing” field.
Material: Forged aluminium
Single/double disc: DOUBLE
Piston mm: 19
Lever ratio: 18
Surface protection: Hard anodized
Weight (gr): 280
Items required to complete installation:
We suggest using the Brembo Brake Reservoir Mounting Kit (Brembo Part# 110.A263.85) as it includes a reservoir, bracket, hardware and tubing.
Brembo Master Cylinders REQUIRE an M10x1.0 banjo bolt. If you have 2 lines coming off the master you will need a double M10x1.0 banjo bolt and 3 washers, if you have 1 line off the master you will need a single M10x1.0 banjo bolt and 2 washers.
If you intend to use your stock reservoir you will require a length of 6mm Tygon 2375 Tubing and 2 3/8″ Spring Clamps.
Brake fluid will be needed. We suggest replacing all of the fluid in the system when you install the master.