State-of-the-art technology for racing performance.
Brembo offers a wide range of radial master cylinders and adjustable levers to replace and enhance the original system. Brembo High Performance master cylinders are manufactured with state-of-the-art processes to ensure outstanding function and performance. Derived directly from motorsports, Brembo master cylinders are available as "Radial" and "Radial RCS" variants, which are easily installed on the most popular Japanese and European hypersports models.
Brembo master cylinders improve response and control in all conditions. The result is an outstanding linearity between the force applied to the lever by the rider and braking response, which translates to unique, unrivalled feel. The master cylinder body is milled using CNC technology from cast aluminium alloy. A hard oxide coating is used for the surface finish. Brembo radial master cylinders are available with 16 mm or 19 mm pistons with a pivot distance (for standard or folding levers) of 16, 18 or 20 mm.
Greatly increases stopping power along with feel and feedback levels.
Features large diameter piston assemblies and race style adjustable levers.
Built to extreme quality standards.
Single pivot distance: 18 mm.
19 x 18 master cylinder known as the "Feel Lever" version of the Brembo Racing GP MK2 Master Cylinder.
Master cylinder body construction: Milled using CNC technology from cast aluminium alloy.
Surface finish: Hard annodization (ultra-hard oxide) which affords high resistance to abrasion and corrosion.
This item will fit: Universal - most current sportbikes with 7/8" bars or clip-ons. Designed to be used with four-piston calipers.
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A: The MK2 will fit your 2007 GSXR600. It does not include a brake light switch though so typically is not recommended for street use. If you intend to use the bike on the street then you would want to go with the RCS19 which does have the micro switch to operate the brake light. Either way you decide to go, the typical size for either master cylinder would be the 19 mm piston size. You can chose what throw you would like but 18 is happy medium for the MK2. The 16 will have the longest lever throw and the 20 will be a shorter throw which means you will get more braking force with less lever travel. This can be good or bad depending on riding conditions, as it will lock the brakes quicker but may not provide as much feedback. The first number is the piston diameter and the second number is the throw, 19x16, 19x18, 19x20 are the available options. The RCS master cylinder comes with provisions to be used as a 19x18 or a 19x20 depending on your preference.
Q: Does this come with the folding brake lever in the picture?