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*MINT*2004 Yellow/Black GSXR 750 lower fairings, $400+shipping

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Are you talking the adjustment on the lever, or the actualy master cylinder?
 

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skibum91 said:
Are you talking the adjustment on the lever, or the actualy master cylinder?
I think it was on the lever.. Something my "01 1K" never had..
It was shown to me over the weekend on an 03 1K I was looking at buying and I want to get one for my supermoto bike (yz426)..
I have a 4 position adjustable old 2000 gsxr750 master cylinder/lever on there now but the adjustments dont do the tension, they only adjust the lever position..

Do they really make the brake feel stiffer or was the guy blowing smoke just to sell me the bike?
For the record, i just dont see how its possible to make it stiffer by just changing the cam position on the lever and not changing the piston size in the master cylinder itself so I guess I should have asked all this before going on a search to buy a new master.. :headscrat
 

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I got an 04 and unless the brakes are different and I'm almost positive they are the same, the dude was feeding you a line of crap. If you really want a good mastercylinder, get the brembo radial master cylinder. Are you running single disc or dual disc setup on your Supermoto?
 

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Single.. Well that sucks.... Oh well, my master suits me well, it bites quick and hard cause its designed for dual discs and I like it that way but I just thought what he had was trick as hell.... I guess it would be if it actually existed.. :hmmm:

Sorry for the thread Jack fellas! :thumbup:
 

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wickmaster said:
The '01 1K does have an adjustable lever. I have one and its stock.
He's not talking adjustable lever, he's talking adjustable master cylinder pressure.
 
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