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dual brake lines what do i get

I would like to change the stock front brake lines with dual SS line from the master cyl down so that I can put a high fender on the bike. Can anyone recomend an all in one kit that i can get. It is either this or I save up for a triumph Tiger 800 xc (the next companion I hope to have for the versys)

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Hi Buckshot,

HEL has 2 configurations for the V.
1 is the stock set-up and the other the racing set-up (2 lines from the master cylinder). All the banjo bolts and washes are supply with. Comes with lifetime warranty.
http://www.h-e-lusa.com/KAWASAKI-LINES.htm




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I have the HEL setup as well. Was pretty easy to install, and they work good.

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I purchased a set of Galfer front lines on Fleabay or contact Blair at SV Racing Parts.

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A set of SpeedBleeders make it much easier to bleed the lines and perform periodic brake fluid flushes.
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On a previous bike, I found a guy who made custom SS brake lines locally. He as crimper and all equipment to do this himself. Also allows you to color match fittings and hose to your bike.

Was much cheaper than purchasing off the shelf and same quality. PM me if you want his contact info.

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