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PSR Integrated Rear Brake Reservoir

Neat piece of kit. Is it as good or better than stainless steel brake line?

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I don't know whether it's better than stainless steel brake line -- but it's not as good as $79 in my wallet.
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it has nothing to do with stopping power -- it's just a replacement reservoir
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I think SS brake line replacements are the easiest, most cost effective way to improve OEM brakes. Since the brake fluid should be changed every few years anyway, what better time to upgrade?
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Yeah forget it, I don't need it.

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I think SS brake line replacements are the easiest, most cost effective way to improve OEM brakes. Since the brake fluid should be changed every few years anyway, what better time to upgrade?
On my to-do list for this summer. Operating assumption is it's original fluid in there...
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On my to-do list for this summer. Operating assumption is it's original fluid in there...
I try to change brake fluid every other year. By then, the fluid will almost always be the color of weak tea. There are good how-to videos available with a search, that include tips on how to properly bleed out all the air from the complete system. I'm not endorsing product nor vendor here, although I've used both listed and was pleased. The link below is only meant to give you an idea of costs if you're interested. You can also find SS lines in some awesome colors to match/contrast your bike.
Please note, this link is for the 300R.

https://www.motosport.com/motorcycle/brakes
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