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post #1 of 8 Old 06-28-2005, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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Original steel mesh brake line kit

I just got original Kawa Race Genuine part steel mesh brake line kit...at leat it is much more expensive than Goodridge braided steel hose which I already have...let see the difference very soon...

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it'll be interesting to see what if any diff there is (i doubt much)

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Just outa morbid curiosity, how much did it cost?
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I'd really like to see a close-up of the instructions that show a "proper" Kawasaki routeing and what bracket they used.
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I'd really like to see a close-up of the instructions that show a "proper" Kawasaki routeing and what bracket they used.

Routing is just like in original STD brake hoses...At the moment I have Goodridge braided steel hoses and in that case the hose goes directly from the top to the both sides...In original and KAWA race hoses the routing goes from the top to right side and from the right side to the left side...

Original Kawasaki race braided steel hoses cost twice compared to Goodridge....
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post #8 of 8 Old 07-03-2005, 11:26 AM
 
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Ah so! Vetty interesting. I figured they would be two lines directly to the calipers like the aftermarket ones. Wonder why they went that way?
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