• Superbike Brake Line 90°

Superbike Brake Line 90° Front Brake Caliper

$89.99
5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating

Provides stronger lever feel and quicker stopping power because it creates better pressure to the caliper

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SP28-Superbike Brake Line.

Superbike Brake Line 90° is a kit that has been used by Spears Racing for over 15 years. The kit is a custom length and it designed for each of the Lightweight bikes that Spears Racing supports.This line is made in the USA and is designed to give you a “More Direct” fluid flow into your single brake caliper.

The difference between the “Standard Style” the one with a banjo on each end and the Spears Racing Superbike lines is the Spears Racing line will mount into your caliper via an adapter (comes in each kit) this is a direct fluid flow and no longer needs to have fluid feed into a lower banjo and disbursed around a banjo bolt which can cause pressure loss to your braking system.

The Lightweight motorcycles that we are racing is designed for a “commuter” in mind, upgrading from a rubber brake line to a Spears Superbike brake line is a necessity, we truly never want to think or worry how good our brakes are or if they are going to fade anytime soon

Superbike Brake Line 90° This kit has a Dash 3 inner Features 16 braided lines of steel around the inner Teflon, and all lines are coated with PVC protective coating. Also prevents scratches on the bike and keep fluid from being affected by humidity. Threads directly into calipers without use of banjo bolts, allowing for smoother and more effective flow of brake fluid. Provides stronger lever feel and quicker stopping power because it creates better pressure to the caliper.Used in FIM World Supersport 300 ,MotoAmerica Junior Cup and club level racers abound the world.

Superbike Brake Kit Contains:

Single Spears Superbike line with 90° and banjo end

(1ea) 10m x 1.25 Banjo bolt for Mastercylinder

(3) Copper crush washer

Weight 1.0 lbs
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Kawasaki Ninja 250cc, Kawasaki Ninja 300cc, Kawasaki Ninja 400cc, Yamaha R3

  1. Adam Faussett

    One less banjo bolt makes it easier to bleed.

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