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  • front brake master

    want to keep my vehicle looking stock, while also having access to aftermarket upgrade brake levers.
    i noticed the hayabusa brake master and mount is similar enough. anyone know if it uses the same banjo connector ? also hoping the handlebar radius is the same.

  • #2
    it could be helpful if you told us the model and year of the vehicle!
    Lot's of information here about that. To my knowledge, people that go for the busa brakes, swap the whole thing, forks, rim, rotors, brakes...etc
    You can google in katriders like this if you want:
    hayabusa brake calippers site:katriders.com


    also, lots of info on the busa front:
    https://katriders.com/forum/service-...usa-fork-setup

    GSX 600f '88
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    Custom "Ricardo Amado" OEM Style Led Gauges | Gear Display OEM Style Mod | GSX400f Gas/Oil Temp OEM Style Mod | '94 BST33ST Carbs | '96 GSX750f Swingarm Mod | '01 GSX600f Wheels Swap Mod | R6 Competition Rear Suspension Mod | 15/49 Sprockets 525 Chain Conversion | Dyna Beads | '89 GSXR750 Cams

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    • #3
      This one looks like what you're looking for:
      https://katriders.com/forum/rolling-...der-an-upgrade
      GSX 600f '88
      ------------
      Custom "Ricardo Amado" OEM Style Led Gauges | Gear Display OEM Style Mod | GSX400f Gas/Oil Temp OEM Style Mod | '94 BST33ST Carbs | '96 GSX750f Swingarm Mod | '01 GSX600f Wheels Swap Mod | R6 Competition Rear Suspension Mod | 15/49 Sprockets 525 Chain Conversion | Dyna Beads | '89 GSXR750 Cams

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      • #4
        thanks but not looking to change the front end. just seeking the quickest route to a hinged adjustable brake lever, and my current stock GS1000 master cylinder assembly is very limited on lever options.

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