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Hi all,

I was just looking at the Brembo RCS19 Adjustable Radial Master Cylinder and wanted to hear from people that have this. I'm wondering what the difference is that they noticed over the stock (I have a sp1). More power? better feel?
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Better EVERYTHING.....there is nothing to compare with the OEM.

Even when I had the radial '08 CBR 1000RR, still by far the best.

Same stopping power using one finger, full adjsutable in anyway you can think of, faster fluid bleeding, and the view of the Brembo pair of masters while riding? Priceless.....


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I love the rcs line. Great feel and power! And the adjustablity is nice to have.
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Thanks Makis, it's a $400+ mod and I'm trying to figure out if it's worth it.
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Thanks Makis, it's a $400+ mod and I'm trying to figure out if it's worth it.
It's wortrh it
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It's wortrh it
I suppose I shouldnt of expected any other answer in a rc51 forum :-P
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keep an eye on ebay, i got mine with a remote adjuster for $280 shipped.
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I suppose I shouldnt of expected any other answer in a rc51 forum :-P
You realize you will want a clutch master and steel lines and they still list hrc softbites
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You realize you will want a clutch master and steel lines and they still list hrc softbites
All in due time....
I havent seen any hrc pads listed anywhere. I currently have CL XBK5 pads. Not sure what was on it before, but the the XBK5 pads dont have the hard initial bite like the previous ones.
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Get the full set up, you won't be disappointed.

I'm also running the XBK5 pads, they work well together.

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