Brembo RCS19 Clutch Master Cylinder

Brembo RCS19 Clutch Master Cylinder
Brembo RCS19 Clutch Master Cylinder

$299.00

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Item #BRM000I

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ScrapperX Verified Purchaser
Ventura, CA, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great Clutch MC

Gives you a really shorter pull for really quick shifting. Smooth and great feel. you need a larger Slave if you want a soft pull. I went with a lager 29 mm Oberon Save Cylinder and the RCS19 on my Ducati 1199 Panigale. That combination gave me a shorter pull for quick shifting and a softer pull similar if not softer than stock feel.

I gave it 4 of 5 stars on Ease of installation because the RCS 19 Clutch MC does not come with provisions for a Neutral switch. I had to use a Banjo bolt switch for the Neutral Switch. I don't understand why Brembo didn't make provision for it. The RCS has provisions for a brake light switch couldn't they have done the same for the clutch.

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Nick851
Location: Essex, UK
Q: Hello, I'm looking to upgrade the clutch master cylinder on my 1991 Ducati 851 and i'm not sure which to choose the RCS19 or the 16?
Over 3 years ago
Also which model would require the least amount of force to operate?
ScrapperX
2 years 4 months ago Location: Ventura CA
A: It depends on how large your Slave Cylinder is.
The RCS 16 will give you a softer Pull than the RCS 19. The 19 will give you a shorter pull with harder pull force. I went with a Larger Slave cylinder 29mm(Oberon) vs 22mm (stock) Cylinder with the RCS19. That gave me a pretty soft pull force (softer than stock)with a shorter pull on my Ducati 1199 Panigale
pbenson90
Q: RCS19 vs. RCS16 (CLUTCH)?
Over 3 years ago
What is the difference between the RCS19 clutch master cylinder and the RCS16 clutch master cylinder? I know the differences in the Brake MC's (as my bike requires a RCS19 because its a dual disk) but what about the clutch MC's? How do I know which one is compatible with my bike? 2006 CBR600rr.
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: Your 2006 CBR600RR uses a cable clutch. Neither one of these master cylinders will fit your bike for clutch use.
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