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post #1 of 10 Old 01-07-2007, 11:13 AM Thread Starter
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Galfer Lines for 919

Anyone know the length of the Galfer lines (front) for the 919 in stock form?
When is the Group buy?

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MisterMike posted this link to galfer. It may answer the length question.

http://www.galferusa.com/MOTO.html

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I sent Galfer an e-mail, maybe they can make me a set 2 inches longer..
Stay tuned.

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post #4 of 10 Old 01-28-2007, 06:41 AM
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Hey guys.. Picked up my Galfer Line Kits and I found that in both the front (2Line) and rear kit, Galfer supplied extra brass washer . Did your kits come with extra washer, not that it is a bad thing..

One question I do have in with Galfer is noted below. Can I get your feedback also guys.. reasoning I am asking is that I found on Galfers site, their are references to use one washer and then also two (as described below)

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Hello Sandro.. I picked up the Front (2 line) and Rear like kits for my 2002 Honda 919… But I have a question about the install… It looks like Galfer provided a few extra brass washers for both kits.. So can you confirm the QTY of washers I am suppose to use for the front two line kit when I mount it to the Master Cylinder.

Please note, B=Banjo Connector, W =Washer, BB=Banjo Bolt

Do I use one or two washers between the two banjo bolts that mount to the master cylinder?

Example: One Washer
MasterCylinder/W/B/W/B/W/BB

Or Two Washers
MasterCylinder/W/B/W/W/B/BB

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Example # 1 is correct. Most kits do supply extra washers.

This is a pic of LDH's setup.


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post #6 of 10 Old 02-02-2007, 04:17 AM
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Thanks Mike!...

Also, I haven’t made my way HomePot or a similar store (or bike shop) and was wondering what possible solution some of you guys have used for where the two lines go their separate ways at the lower fork clamp and if you have any suggestion on what you guys used as the line holder?

xrmikkey looks like he has a cool looking solution, xrmikey, hope you don’t mind me using your photo and adding a very nice looking red circle to it

Thanks guys!...




[QUOTE=MisterMike;73153]Example # 1 is correct. Most kits do supply extra washers.
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& I was wondering what you do a little down stream of there at the fender. Take the collars off the old lines?

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Go to Home Depot and hit the electrical section. They sell a metal loop that is lined with gromet material for holding wires, about $2. You can run both brake lines through it and then through the stock holders on the frender. Looks clean and the lines are nicely controlled.
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Go to Home Depot and hit the electrical section. They sell a metal loop that is lined with gromet material for holding wires, about $2. You can run both brake lines through it and then through the stock holders on the frender. Looks clean and the lines are nicely controlled.
Cool, thank for the idea, that looks nice....I'll have to do that with my F4I front end......

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Thanks a lot JEff!... Looks good...


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Go to Home Depot and hit the electrical section. They sell a metal loop that is lined with gromet material for holding wires, about $2. You can run both brake lines through it and then through the stock holders on the frender. Looks clean and the lines are nicely controlled.

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