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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-05-2010, 07:52 PM Thread Starter
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rear brake master cylinder fit?

will a rear master cylinder from a 2001 cbr 929RR fit a 2005 cbr 600RR?

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not sure, but if you need a rear master for an 05-06, i have two available. pm me for details
thanks for the offer. I don't need a master, i'm just wondering if it will fit cause the rear hand brake setup i'm looking at came off of a 2001 cbr 929rr, and it comes with the master that has the adapter for a rear hand brake line on it.
I was comparing it to mine, and it looks identical.

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oh okay, well in that case i can't help you. but if the two bolt holes are the same then i dont see why you cant just mount the mc and then attach the stock brake line from the OEM 600rr from the caliper to the mc.
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