Does that mean it has a 1.0 thread pitch for the banjo bolt instead of 1.25 like the stock one and most non-Brembo MC's?
When I initially started looking at possibly getting an aftermarket MC, I had to consider the additional costs involved besides the cost of the MC. I use a brake pressure sensor connected to my XT data logger and the sensor mounts using an adapter that connects the sensor to the MC. If I go with a Brembo MC that has a 1.0 pitch, I'd have to get a new adapter and that's $100 if I recall correctly. Then I'd have to also get another lever most likely.
I think for now I'll be sticking to the stock one. Just don't feel the need to spend that much money on something that probably won't make my lap times much faster. Although I'd still like to get a different pivot pin for the levers I got from you to reduce the engagement travel of the lever. Didn't you say you were getting some new ones made a while back? Any update on that?
If it's new you should buy the m/c which should have the lever with it; your options are long lever, or folding lever. Brembo does make a short lever, too. Frankly, once one has gone with a quality folding lever one wouldn't go back to either short or long. You get the added leverage of a long lever, and the accident survivability of a short lever.
You might check O.P.P.'s web site just as an additional source of information: Aftermarket Front Brake Master Cylinders - OPPRACING Products
Also, I would seriously give E.D.R. a ring: (503) 672-7223. These folks will have ≈ 3, maybe 4 dozen bikes in their shop on any given day. And they do a tonne of Italian bikes: Ducatis are a dime a dozen, MV Augustas, they'll have one in the show room, Aprilia are a common sight. What that means to you is they have a tonne of experience with Accessato, Brembo, Beringer, and Gale Speed, and O.E.s. They worked closely with the late Michael Czysz and his motorcycle programmes. In other words, they really know their stuff.
Check out their home page builds... Truly amazing work: EDR Performance http://motoczysz.com/
They have over dozen build, full tear down/build up stations, dyno facilities, machine fabbing shop. Suffice it to say they know their shit. They won't shine you on/bull shit you.