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July 14th, 2009, 06:28 AM   #1
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BRO-10 or BRO-12 for Beringer 6 pot caliper?

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I am looking to buy the Beringer 6 pot supermoto kit for my FE and wonder if people could give me there opinions on which master cylinder is the best match.

I would mainly be riding on the road and prefer feel/control over power. I'd still like to be able to hall a stoppie once in a while, but I'd rarely be hammering the brake like on a track day.

Beringer recommend the BRO-12 for their 6 pot. Does the 12 give very good feel? Would a BRO-10 just be too small to push the caliper?

If you look at this thread (http://www.husaberg.org/index.php?na...ewtopic&t=7967), Enginehardware recommends a 13mm Beringer master cyclinder (confusing as the BRO-10 is 14.5mm and BRO-12 is 17.5mm)?

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July 15th, 2009, 01:58 AM   #2
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RE: BRO-10 or BRO-12 for Beringer 6 pot caliper?

you want the 12 with a 6 pot, i happen to have a 6 pot here if your still looking, £150 also a disc £80
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