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  • Alternative TLR Hydraulic Clutch Master Cylinder?

    Im in the process of converting my TLS mechanical to hydraulic. I bought everything besides the master cylinder. I would just buy the stock one but if there is a better option from a different bike I would just go that route. Prefer oem for budgeting purposes but doesnt have to be the TLR one.

  • #2
    There was some talk on Facebook about this subject. A radial master cylinder is best. Somebody else will chime in about which one.

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    • #3
      Mine is a 16RCS. Another part to consider, if Stu still makes them, makes for a very predictable engagement point.

      https://www.tlplanet.com/forum/motor...ch-mod-is-here




      Lots of threads about replacement master cylinders over the years. A quick search, but there are many more here.

      https://www.tlplanet.com/forum/main-...h-parts-wanted
      https://www.tlplanet.com/forum/main-...nversion-parts
      People not to buy from ...ckfrdrice...TeamDutch People that I have purchased things from that were great to deal with ...Vandriver, Sam, Ziggy999, TLMike, djkoenig, N2Wheelies, CalSportbike, ET79, S Winglet, Rifleman, Sully, Danny Never, h0ssman, The Ring-in. GhostMAFIA, Speedking...I know there's more...just can't remember everyone I've bought stuff from

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      • #4
        i've got the Ducati 749 cyls on and love them. lighter feel and more control.
        Run over on: '98 TL1000S
        Riding: '98 TL1000R fighter
        Drooling over: '02 TL1000R

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        • #5
          Originally posted by actls View Post
          Mine is a 16RCS. Another part to consider, if Stu still makes them, makes for a very predictable engagement point.

          https://www.tlplanet.com/forum/motor...ch-mod-is-here

          Rumor is (actually, Stu said it) that he may be making more of these.
          Last edited by Jeff; 06-21-2018, 07:54 AM.
          "The rifle itself has no moral stature, since it has no will of its own. Naturally, it may be used by evil men for evil purposes, but there are more good men than evil, and while the latter cannot be persuaded to the path of righteousness by propaganda, they can certainly be corrected by good men with rifles."

          Colonel Jeff Cooper, in "The Art of the Rifle"

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          • #6
            all those looked pretty good, after some measuring I bought a 08 gsxr 1000 nissin MC, will post up picks once arrived and mounted

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            • #7
              IMG_20180625_161533247.jpg
              The nissin clutch MC, did a rebuild on it and cleaned up really nice

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              • #8
                I need to learn how to read.


                Looks good.
                Last edited by actls; 06-25-2018, 11:20 PM.
                People not to buy from ...ckfrdrice...TeamDutch People that I have purchased things from that were great to deal with ...Vandriver, Sam, Ziggy999, TLMike, djkoenig, N2Wheelies, CalSportbike, ET79, S Winglet, Rifleman, Sully, Danny Never, h0ssman, The Ring-in. GhostMAFIA, Speedking...I know there's more...just can't remember everyone I've bought stuff from

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                • #9
                  I think I am going to buy new TLS cable clutch parts on switch it over. It would make it so I have one less thing to bleed. Only the TLR and VFR have hydro clutches in my collection, and I am very happy with the cable set ups on the rest of the bikes.
                  1998 Yellow TL1000R
                  2004 Pearl Blazing Orange ZX10R
                  1997 Red TL1000S
                  1998 Cranberry Red BMW R1200C
                  2002 Kawi Green Black White ZX9r
                  2000 Candy Green ZX12R
                  1999 Red White R1
                  1996 VFR750F
                  2000 VFR800 Project bike in pieces

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                  • #10
                    after having ridden and owned many tls and tlr bleeding is the least of the concerns. hydro is so much easier in any traffic with multiple clutch grabs in a short time.
                    Run over on: '98 TL1000S
                    Riding: '98 TL1000R fighter
                    Drooling over: '02 TL1000R

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                    • #11
                      I dont mind the cable but I personally like the feel of a hydro. Bleeding for me is no issues anymore because I just bought a vacuum bleeder, tools make life easy !

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                      • #12
                        Go cable and don't look back....
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