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post #1 of 22 Old 07-17-2016, 07:50 PM Thread Starter
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cUSTOM BRAKE LINE PIC. THREAD AND OPINION ON BRANDS .. . .

oNCE AGAIN LOOKING TO STEAL YOUR IDEAS ....

FOUND ALOT OF PICS OF CUSTOM /COLORED BRAKE LINES BUT NOT REALLY PICS OF THEM INSTALLED ON BIKES WHICH WOULD GIVE ME A BETTER IDEA OF WHAT I MIGHT LIKE ?

I SEE A VERY CUSTOMIZABLE BRAND "CORE" WONDERING IF THEY ARE GOOD ? REALLY DONT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT SS BRAKE LINES OR THEIR PURPOSE BUT WANTING TO ADD A LITTLE MORE ACCENT COLOR TO MY ALMOST BLACKED OUT BIKE ....

MUCH APPRECIATED AS ALWAYS PLEASE AND THANKYOU

HERE IS A PIC OF MY BIKE AS IT SITS NOW AND I AM PROBABLY JUST GOING TO DO THE REAR IN SOME SORT OF WHITE/BLACK/SILVER COMBO
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Core moto brake line are very good lines. Mine are just all black so not much to see there.
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oNCE AGAIN LOOKING TO STEAL YOUR IDEAS ....

FOUND ALOT OF PICS OF CUSTOM /COLORED BRAKE LINES BUT NOT REALLY PICS OF THEM INSTALLED ON BIKES WHICH WOULD GIVE ME A BETTER IDEA OF WHAT I MIGHT LIKE ?

I SEE A VERY CUSTOMIZABLE BRAND "CORE" WONDERING IF THEY ARE GOOD ? REALLY DONT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT SS BRAKE LINES OR THEIR PURPOSE BUT WANTING TO ADD A LITTLE MORE ACCENT COLOR TO MY ALMOST BLACKED OUT BIKE ....

MUCH APPRECIATED AS ALWAYS PLEASE AND THANKYOU

HERE IS A PIC OF MY BIKE AS IT SITS NOW AND I AM PROBABLY JUST GOING TO DO THE REAR IN SOME SORT OF WHITE/BLACK/SILVER COMBO
Core Moto are very well built on par with the other big names Galfer/Spiegler/Goodrige etc...
If u need a price message me I'm an authorized Dealer..
The purpose of the lines are for better feel and performance over the stock rubber lines, the stock lines tend to degrease over time also..

Few pics on my 14R




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I agree with everything that was started above ^. I have used the brands listed above as well as HEL brand lines, and CORE is their equal. I would not hesitate to use them again. Rest assured, you wouldn't regret it.
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I agree with everything that was started above ^. I have used the brands listed above as well as HEL brand lines, and CORE is their equal. I would not hesitate to use them again. Rest assured, you wouldn't regret it.
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+1000 on the spiegler! They are the only lines that the banjo can rotate to fit better...no BRAINER IMO!

Green lines with black banjos and gold banjo bolts. The gold is now my accent color bc of the lines. I got them on closeout on moto mummy.com for $129 front and rear.
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oNCE AGAIN LOOKING TO STEAL YOUR IDEAS ....

FOUND ALOT OF PICS OF CUSTOM /COLORED BRAKE LINES BUT NOT REALLY PICS OF THEM INSTALLED ON BIKES WHICH WOULD GIVE ME A BETTER IDEA OF WHAT I MIGHT LIKE ?

I SEE A VERY CUSTOMIZABLE BRAND "CORE" WONDERING IF THEY ARE GOOD ? REALLY DONT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT SS BRAKE LINES OR THEIR PURPOSE BUT WANTING TO ADD A LITTLE MORE ACCENT COLOR TO MY ALMOST BLACKED OUT BIKE ....

MUCH APPRECIATED AS ALWAYS PLEASE AND THANKYOU

HERE IS A PIC OF MY BIKE AS IT SITS NOW AND I AM PROBABLY JUST GOING TO DO THE REAR IN SOME SORT OF WHITE/BLACK/SILVER COMBO
You got slicks on your bike?
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+1000 on the spiegler! They are the only lines that the banjo can rotate to fit better...no BRAINER IMO!

Green lines with black banjos and gold banjo bolts. The gold is now my accent color bc of the lines. I got them on closeout on moto mummy.com for $129 front and rear.
Core moto Brakeline banjos rotate as well
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Core moto Brakeline banjos rotate as well
Really?! If that's the case I stand corrected! I was told to get spiegler bc they are the only ones that do that. They also state a "patented torsion system" in their product details, so I assumed my friend was correct.

Dammit, I actually like the look of the core moto lines better too.....
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Kawi green Core Moto lines with black fittings. I had to reroute the rear which looks a little funky due to how drastic the Driven D-axis rearsets re-positioned the master cylinder. I posted an older pic too so you can see the standard routing of the rear line.
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