I got great response out of my rear brakes after installing this line. I will never ride without stainless steel lines again definitely a good product.
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Stainless steel brake lines are typically the first brake upgrade you should make. Stock rubber lines will break down and expand, causing a spongy brake feel or worse. Steel lines eliminate expansion which results in consistent feel and performance.
Aftermarket stainless steel brake lines may look similar, but they are not the same! Every Galfer stainless steel line is made with only DuPont™ virgin-grade PTFE inner core, 64-strand braid and Galfer fittings are probably the most expensive, but highest quality you can find on the planet.
- Rear brake line kit (front lines sold separately).
- These are the same fittings that Ferrari, Lamborghini and Ducati uses, among a few other high end O.E.M.'s.
- Kits are bike-specific and are tailored to each bike for perfect fit and finish.
- Pre-positioned banjo fittings.
- Includes all mounting components, extra washers, line end labeling, and bike specific installations, some with DVD's.
- R&D and manufacturing is here in the U.S., along with Galfer's customer accessible tech support team.
- Race team tested and proven!
- Lifetime guarantee against any manufacturing defects.
Great buy. Replaced old galfer line that was too long. MSS didn't indicate it was a longer line. Thanks Motosport for doing business right!
This line does exactly what is supposed to and fits.
My brakes were soft on my cr250. So I swapped out line with this line and rebuilt master cylinder. They work Great now.
Braided steel brake lines give the best improvement in braking feel over and above just replacing brake fluid. I don't think it really adds to the power of your brakes (unless you were running out of lever travel), but the firmer lever gives better control for sure. Be patient and do a good job bleeding the air out of the lines after installing them and you won't be disappointed!
Galfer , hands down makes the best brake lines...the swivel ends are awesome! They seem to be just the right about of thickness for bending and staying in place....expensive, but worth it.
The RMZ has a pretty lousy rear brake. This cable did the trick in turning it into a braking monster! A great and simple mod.
great fit, installs quick, works great!
Best line on the market today
Installed this line on my 05 CRF250R. Was a little difficult to install the upper line banjo bolt being that the head was rather large when compared to the OEM bolt, but at least the quality and appearance was leaps and bounds better. Took my braking to a whole new level!
Used this item to lengthen the swing arm +6 on two raptor 700. Looks good and. has held up good
These lines eliminate the flex that is found the the stock lines. It makes the pedal feel alot firmer. I dont know why I didnt buy these sooner.
I recently changed brake lines on. Both my
2000 kx250 and my 2011 YZ450F.
Both stop great now, without the expense of purchasing g
oversized brake kits. Very easy to install and everything is
Included, with the exception of
was worried at first because people talking about them being to long but decided to try it anyway. Fits my 2003 cbr954rr perfect!!! way better then stock, would recommend these lines to anyone
Great product and not to mention the low price, easy to install, any home mechanic can do it. You instantly feel the difference and when combined with the Galfer brake pads even better. Would recommend to anybody who needs to service their brakes anyways.
I don't know what they consider stock length is. lets just say these are not too short. Looks like good quality. Easy to install. not much of a description to find the right length for adding a +6 over on a swingarm.
Since I miss Nov. sale, I wish I could choose the color of this products.
THE VEST PRICE.
A great replacement cable.
worth the money, improves braking. Looks good too!
This brake line works perfectly! The reason I purchased this line was because my rear brake was spongy and tried a few things to try fixing it (new Braking pads, master cylinder rebuld, complete system flush, and vacuum bleed) and ended up with a tiny hole in the line. I was skeptical about ordering an aftermaket line with other reviews saying that the line was too long and the rubbed the shock and/or exhaust. I installed it on a 2007 crf250r and it fit just like the stock line so no complaints there. I bought the galfer line over the ride engineering one because this one came with new banjo bolts and washers. They work and fit fine but the bolt head is slightly bigger than stock and you cant get a socket on it as well as clear the master cylinder (at least on the honda) so I had to take the master cylinder off and use a wrench to tighten the banjo bolt. That was my only complaint, but not a biggie. I have several rides on it now and compared it to my buddy's '06 crf250r with stock brakes and there is a not drastic but noticeable difference in stopping power.