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post #1 of 8 Old 08-05-2015, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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Brembo RCS19 Brake Master Cylinder

Brembo RCS19 Brake Master Cylinder gives you the best of both worlds.

Brembo has designed the RCS19 Brake Master Cylinder for the rider who requires more brake performance and variation in brake lever feel when compared to a stock master cylinder.

The Brembo RCS19 Brake Master Cylinder gives you the option
to choose between (2) ratios:
19x20 & 19x18 with just the turn of a screw.

Included in the kit is a Microswitch for the Brake.

For Racers, the adjuster knob has been relocated to the same position as the 19x18 Billet Folding Brake Master Cylinder that is used by Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden in MotoGP and WorldSuperBike.

Two springs have been installed to ensure constant contact between the lever and the pushrod to ensure a longer lifespan.

For more information, just click on the link below.

>> Brembo RCS19 Brake Master Cylinder <<

Includes FREE Bracket & Reservoir Kit ($68 Value)

>> HardRacing's RCS19 Video <<





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+1 for this master cylinder. This is exactly what I run on my race bike and could not be happier. Tons of stopping power with incredible feedback. Win/Win.
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Totally agree

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I ordered one from you guys a year ago and I love this master cylinder. Just wish you guys were open on the weekend when I go to Charlolette.
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I ordered one from you guys a year ago and I love this master cylinder. Just wish you guys were open on the weekend when I go to Charlolette.
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LOL... Sorry man.

We got to have a little time off.

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+1 for this master cylinder. This is exactly what I run on my race bike and could not be happier. Tons of stopping power with incredible feedback. Win/Win.
which one you talking about that you say you have, the 19x18 or the 19x20?
and do you have this working with the stock calipers (or you changed them)?
i swore the dude in the video said the 18 is for 4 piston and and 20 is for 6 piston
i just looked up the calipers on a 2013 and this looks to be 4 piston, therefore I should only be considering the 19x18 but see ppl always getting the 19x20, why?
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which one you talking about that you say you have, the 19x18 or the 19x20?
and do you have this working with the stock calipers (or you changed them)?
i swore the dude in the video said the 18 is for 4 piston and and 20 is for 6 piston, so now I have a dumb question coming, how many pistons is in the calipers for a 2013 636? if we have 6 then I know to get the 19x20.

This MC has both settings available, 19x20 & 19x18, which can be adjusted as you can see in the last picture of the OP.
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This MC has both settings available, 19x20 & 19x18, which can be adjusted as you can see in the last picture of the OP.
ok that answers it then, its the one rcs 19 brake system that can be used for either 4 or 6 piston application, wat to clear that up for me mang! THANKS!
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