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    Found this site,nice master cylinders. http://www.spieglerusa.com
    JE-pistons 12,6:1--Vee-two cams--ported heads and flow tested--Valve race work--Sebimoto bodywork--ISR radial race MC--Wilbers racing suspenion front and rear--OZ HL02--PC bodywork race airbox and ducts--PCII--Nissin 6-pot. calipers--Ferodo CP911 pads--M4 full system tuct in--Pyramid C/F hugger--goodridge braided lines--Double bubble windscreen--Pair valve mod.--Barnett springs -- Factory Shift EVO-kit--Sato "black"rearsets--Graves faringstay--Harris GP Clip-on --Ferodo Axis Ductile Iron Rotors--Carillo con rods.

  • #2
    Another fine product from 'ze Germans... If you visit their booth at the Cycle World shows, they have books of matches with their logo on 'em. Now THAT'S cool!
    It may be that your sole purpose in life is simply to serve as a bad example.

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    • #3
      Very , but how much?

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      • #4
        $499
        JE-pistons 12,6:1--Vee-two cams--ported heads and flow tested--Valve race work--Sebimoto bodywork--ISR radial race MC--Wilbers racing suspenion front and rear--OZ HL02--PC bodywork race airbox and ducts--PCII--Nissin 6-pot. calipers--Ferodo CP911 pads--M4 full system tuct in--Pyramid C/F hugger--goodridge braided lines--Double bubble windscreen--Pair valve mod.--Barnett springs -- Factory Shift EVO-kit--Sato "black"rearsets--Graves faringstay--Harris GP Clip-on --Ferodo Axis Ductile Iron Rotors--Carillo con rods.

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        • #5
          I definitely like the looks of that. Does anyone have experience with any of their products? How is their performance, reliability, longevity, etc.

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          • #6
            Anyone that will pay $500 for that has money coming out of their Ass......
            www.sportbiketracktime.com
            Southern Division Coach

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            • #7
              500 for it, and how much for replacement levers??
              2000 TLS, bahama blue with guard rail mods, ProTek rearsets, Yosh Slipons, PCIII

              2001 DRZ 400E M4 full system, Nstyle graphics, 320mm front rotor/17inch spoked rims on the way. Damn shipping

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              • #8
                as they fold, you shouldn't need replacement levers all that often...
                Had a 98 Black TLS (Stolen)
                Now I have a 99 Red TLS (Red goes faster anyways!)

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                • #9
                  "If you can't solve it otherwise, get violent."

                  Black 2002 Suzuki TL1000R Ė Ohlins R&T Forks, Penske Rear Shock, Ohlins Steering Damper, Attack Triple Clamps, Black Marchesini Wheels, Akrapovic Evo Ti F/S, Attack Rearsets, BMC Air Filter, Ivanís TRE, EBC Prolite Rotors, EBC HH+ Pads, Goodridge SS lines, SPA Tach w/ Speedo, Daytona Water Temp Gauge, Graves Fairing Stay, Vortex Gas Cap/Base, DID ERV2 520 Conversion, Sprocket Specialists 17 Front & 42 Titan Tough Rear, Woodcraft Clipons, Sharkskinz Bodywork & Air Ducts, ZG Double Bubble, Manual Fan Switch, Pirelli Supercorsa, Chicken Hawk Racing Pole Position Warmers.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TLRipley
                    I definitely like the looks of that. Does anyone have experience with any of their products? How is their performance, reliability, longevity, etc.
                    i ran their SS lines, clutch and rear...solid, top notch quality

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                    • #11
                      You can get a Brembo brake cyl, clutch, and lines for that.


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                      TLOTM:
                      May 2003
                      August 2004

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                      • #12
                        yeah...but when you compare billet MC prices that's about comparable

                        do your research jackass

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                        • #13
                          Hmmm I have to agree with the jackass... The price is comparable to a AP or Brembo billet mc but you can buy a PFM billet master that looks just as good and performs just as well (think of the conditions it would be used, any u guys racers?) and its $350

                          www.revlimiterracing.com

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