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Stock Master cylinder price, 08 600rr

So I've never had to purchase one before, and mine is all busted up from the track this past weekend. I looked on ron ayers for a general price starting point and it looks like they list the whole thing (minus lever) for $175. I've seen them on ebay for 60-80 ish dollars.

I'm just trying to make sure I dont pay more than necessary for this piece and get taken to the cleaners. What prices do you guys normally see this assembly go for? Thanks!

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So I've never had to purchase one before, and mine is all busted up from the track this past weekend. I looked on ron ayers for a general price starting point and it looks like they list the whole thing (minus lever) for $175. I've seen them on ebay for 60-80 ish dollars.

I'm just trying to make sure I dont pay more than necessary for this piece and get taken to the cleaners. What prices do you guys normally see this assembly go for? Thanks!

(i've got a 2008, in case anyone missed that in the title)
If you don't go with reds offer hit up your local scrap yard that has bikes.. I just recientley started picking up little bits here and there for my mustang and picked up what my machanics wuoted me for $800 in repairs for $80 and about 4 hours of my time that day a good day with my pops tearing cars appart and just having quality bonding time together and my car is bad to good shape..

Figured it would be a burdon but actually was a great stress reliever and you get to learn to work on your car/bike and if you screw something up your cars not ruined.

I'm just trying to track down a yard that has salvaged bikes around me. Everywhere is just cars or they do bike parts only but charge a massive premium and I can actually get OEM new from dealer for $10 to $50 less than their used parts..


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Sent him a PM. I know what you're talking about CK, I had access to one of those in San Diego. Havent yet found one in San Antonio yet, but i'm looking!
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Sent him a PM. I know what you're talking about CK, I had access to one of those in San Diego. Havent yet found one in San Antonio yet, but i'm looking!
Well if you find one in the south LA/OC area that doesnt charge stupid prices let me know..


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