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I can't find it now.
Written by wynndungey on 4/14/2012 at 03:17 am

Just a couple of observations from my own experience. Old brake fluid feels
spongy. Until I changed mine, I was considering braided steel lines. Not
anymore. Magura I believe still makes levers that might fit the PC. When I've
used them on other bikes, it was like a 20% boost in braking force. I haven't
checked yet, but I like them and will probably make the move later. So I'm
thinking, fresh fluid, new brake levers and possibly new pads broken in slowly
and you might not want any other changes.

--- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "ben.zeppa" <ben.zeppa@...> wrote:
>
> Being a new PC owner I have been looking at all the information that I can
find about the PC. Now somewhere in my wanderings I saw some information where a
PC owner had switched out the stock brake master cylinder with a smaller,
different one from another model. I was going to save that information but I did
not.
> Anyone know what brake master cylinder they used?
> I know of ZRX owners who installed smaller bore brake master cylinders on
their bikes to increase braking performance, and it worked.
> Anyone?
>

Message Thread for message #112164

ben.zeppa
4/14/2012, 02:06 am
I can't find it now.
Being a new PC owner I have been looking at all the information that I can find about the PC. Now somewhere in my wanderings I saw some information where a PC owner had switched out the stock brake master cylinder with a smaller, different on

    wynndungey
    4/14/2012, 03:17 am
    I can't find it now.
    Just a couple of observations from my own experience. Old brake fluid feels spongy. Until I changed mine, I was considering braided steel lines. Not anymore. Magura I believe still makes levers that might fit the PC. When I've used them on ot

      bobb_todd
      4/15/2012, 12:37 am
      I can't find it now.
      I noted the other day that even with 3 bulbs the rear end is not especially bright. On my ST1100 we substituted halogen bulbs that were something like 15/50 VS. the 5/15 watt stock ones. Not TOO bright with running lights but very noticea

        revconprince
        4/15/2012, 02:10 am
        I can't find it now.
        I'm waiting to go all LED. We were ultrasonically test welding a new car tail light housing with 80 LEDs in it. I scavenged the LEDs out of the scrap, so now I have several hundred bright LEDs. That will be my next project. Dave --- In

          douglasvanb
          4/15/2012, 05:18 pm
          I can't find it now.
          I want to go that route at some point in the future when I have the money and shop space. I was thinking of using the stock housing as a template or mold that I could then lay LEDs inside of and cast new resin lenses... or something along tho

        mitch_wq3c
        4/15/2012, 02:02 pm
        I can't find it now.
        Go to superbrightleds.com Order 2 each 1157-R45-T for the brakelights. 30 Lumens running, 120 lumens 'brake'. ( http:

    spacetiger_j...
    4/15/2012, 02:42 pm
    I can't find it now.
    Ben, It might have been me. I did some swapping out of front end components on my 90 PC. I am currently using a Suzuki GSX 600 MC that uses a 12.7mm piston; Honda (from the 80's and 90's at least) used a 14mm piston. Here is