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anyone have to relocate the rear brake res with race fairing?

well heres another problem im having with these pos race fairing. there is no flex what so ever and i cant slide it on the tail with the brake res where it is. did anyone have the same problem and have to remount itsomewhere else? there is space under the seatwhere it might fit if i fab a bracket for it but the line runs right over the exhaust and im a little weary.

if anyone has had to relocate it let me know and maybe even post up some pics. thanks, from yours truely: owner of pos race fairing
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Don't know if this helps or not but I have the g-craft of my street bike. Don't know the difference between mine and yours, but here is a pic.


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so the res is mounted right to the rear set rather than having a line and mounting up on the tail section? i might need to get that, how much did it run you and where did you get it from? thanks
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Actually it mounts directly to the mastercylinder right behind the heel guard.

I bought it from Brad at www.supperbikesupply.com I think it was like $85 shipped but well worth it. Makes the bike look alot cleaner and get's it out of the way.

Give Brad a call and he will hook you up.
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Either relocate the res with a rizoma or g-craft or reroute the line to the inside of the sub frame and keep it in the back.




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ill see if i can relocate it first before i drop the money on a that g craft peice. its only my race bike and i plan on crashing so i dont wanna put alot of money into it
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If it's your race bike, just buy a cap for the end of the a clear tube and put that on..
Let me see if I can find the thread..
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your sayin i can mount the stock res right on the rear set like the g craft?
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No, you can find a clear tube (Ace Hardware) that fits over the the plastic piece on your rearset and you can put a cap on the other side of it and fill with fluid and your done.. Does anyone have that thread saved?????????




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Like this..
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Do this... https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...0&page=1&pp=15
I've done it a little while ago....

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