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Have been thinking on a ISR race master brake and cluth.
Have a kind of Terminator looks to them.
Have anybody tryed them and have a verdict?
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I would go brembo masters myself. It's on my list.
Talk with nobody, he has a buddy with one brake master for sale....$150 I believe.

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No but they make some killer monobloc calipers and if the masters are as good of quality I say go for it. Why not Brembo? A lot more support and places to get parts accessories/upgrades...just curious.

The forged Brembo are a good upgrade to the stock mc's but the billet stuff is that much better than the forged.

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^sorry bro, just trying to help.

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No but they make some killer monobloc calipers and if the masters are as good of quality I say go for it. Why not Brembo? A lot more support and places to get parts accessories/upgrades...just curious.

The forged Brembo are a good upgrade to the stock mc's but the billet stuff is that much better than the forged.

I think its gone Duck...
I liked the different look, all the others are so slim and the old lady is a little fatso they go hand in hand.
I think brembo is the better choise/accessories.
I have zx10r and r1 masters in my garage that i sometimes use since they are leftovers from old bikes.
Are planing to stay uppright(never happend before) so i will think on a little bling bling for 2013
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ISR is (imho) a superior unit to the Brembo, the adjustability makes it so!
I have used Brembo radial m/cyl and it works fine but with ISR you can adjust lever position and effective ratio to exactly what works best for you
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ISR is (imho) a superior unit to the Brembo, the adjustability makes it so!
I have used Brembo radial m/cyl and it works fine but with ISR you can adjust lever position and effective ratio to exactly what works best for you
I like them...



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check with riders discount on here for a great price - this is what i got from them -- Brembo 19 RCS Adjustable Ratio Radial Brake Master Cylinder

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The Brembo adjustability is limited though, you have two preset settings, with ISR there is an infinite adjustability
http://www.isrbrakes.se/products/mas...21-014_012.pdf
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