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May 24th, 2017, 01:00 PM   #1
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Aftermarket master cylinders

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The levers on my berg are doing my head in, they are loose and vibrate around. I've tried tightening up with no joy and even tried putting in a thin washer. Although they are made by a de net manufacturer I think they look s bit naff!

Has anyone put aftermarket ones on? Are there any compatibility issues with the clutch hose connecting up?

My clutch master is also looking tired and the paint is flaking.


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They look smart, apologies but I was meaning master cyclinders, I've changed the title now

Maybe just new levers would work though.


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Originally Posted by gregfreefaller View Post
They look smart, apologies but I was meaning master cyclinders, I've changed the title now

Maybe just new levers would work though.


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I'm not sure if a new price from KTM has put you off but we can do the same item from the Uk importer about 100 quid cheaper....that is if price comes into it of course!

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Can you not use ones from a different bike? Loads of ducati or aprilia brembo ones on flea bay. Or does the mineral oil cause issues.


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they are made by Magura Ian.

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I know that, but they look and feel crappy. So I'm trying to figure out if I can buy a set from another bike and fit them.
The ones I've had on other bikes felt much better than these.


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