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Old 25-11-18, 07:36
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Thanks for the reply. Think I’m leaning toward the black as well.

It was more to do with the front line routing as in the description on EBay it states “The kit comprises of two lines for the front of the bike which both travel from the master cylinder direct “

This is what confused me as on the Z there is only one banjo at the master cylinder and it splits further down.

Can anyone shed any light?


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The two front lines attach at the master cylinder through a longer banjo bolt that passes through two banjo heads and also uses three copper washers. The cables then route left and right of the tow hook. There may well be a longer front line to accommodate reaching the front left calliper. Before tightening any banjo bolts, make sure the 'run' of the lines and the fitment of the two banjos on the master cylinder are correct and sit properly.
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Old 25-11-18, 17:45
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The two front lines attach at the master cylinder through a longer banjo bolt that passes through two banjo heads and also uses three copper washers. The cables then route left and right of the tow hook. There may well be a longer front line to accommodate reaching the front left calliper. Before tightening any banjo bolts, make sure the 'run' of the lines and the fitment of the two banjos on the master cylinder are correct and sit properly.


Thanks that’s what I figured would be just wondering what it looks like compared to the stock set up. Do you have any pictures?

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Old 25-11-18, 20:06
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here ya go. cut and paste and zoom in etc.
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Old 25-11-18, 23:44
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Excellent thanks for the picture
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