Core Moto Brake lines for 919 - Wrist Twisters
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post #1 of 8 Old 01-27-2017, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
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Core Moto Brake lines for 919

Does anyone have these brake lines. Wondering if these are any good.

CORE MOTO | STREET | HONDA CB900F (919) HORNET 1999-2007 | FRONT AND REAR BRAKE LINE KIT | CUSTOM COLORS
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post #2 of 8 Old 01-29-2017, 07:47 PM
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I have not used any of there stuff but I did speak to the owner at a race some place and did see his stuff. It looked really nice and he seemed really knowledgeable. That's all I got.

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They look nice. I use Galfer. They can make them in different colors and they are a trusted name. Used them on several bikes. At the end of the day, they are pretty simple.

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I used to use Galfer Lines, but they always ended up looking like shit in record time. The colors on the lines fade quickly and the fittings themselves corrode and get pitted up. Haven't seen any of those issues with CoreMoto or Spiegler Lines

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For over 40 years I have been using custom lines from G&J performance (actually, all their lines are custom made to order) and in that time have not had a single problem with any of the hundreds of lines I've installed. In fact I have a set that is still in use after 30 years and look great! Add to that the price: ~$75 plus shipping.

They have the lengths and banjo angles for the 919 already, and a good selection of colors to choose from.

For more information go to the Naked Bike section and open the sticky thread Stainless Lines.

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For over 40 years I have been using custom lines from G&J performance (actually, all their lines are custom made to order) and in that time have not had a single problem with any of the hundreds of lines I've installed. In fact I have a set that is still in use after 30 years and look great! Add to that the price: ~$75 plus shipping.

They have the lengths and banjo angles for the 919 already, and a good selection of colors to choose from.

For more information go to the Naked Bike section and open the sticky thread Stainless Lines.

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+1 I don't know if they are better than any other brand, but you can't beat the price and service from G&J. Thanks Rob for introducing Wristtwister to G&J. I've had mine on the 9'er for about 8+ years and 80,000 miles and they still look like new.
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I've had them (Core Moto) on for 4 years with zero issues.

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Thanks for all the replies. I think i'll go with G&J.

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