Moto GP Racer
Join Date: Mar 2007
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if you have the tubing, just cut it to whatever length you want and slip it on the rear master cylinder. use the clamps to tighten the tubing down.
then you will need to refill the line and bleed the rear brake (some feel its not necessary, but i always do since i have a vacuum bleed tool)
i use the stock reservoir to fill the line as its damn near impossible to pour the fluid in the line by itself.
then plug the line, im actually using an 8mm aluminum bolt w/ the head of it cut off, all thats left is a smooth flange and the threads.
put the clamp on the plug end and viola, cleaned up rear end :)