This brake line surpasses the OEM line that it replaced on my bike. I am very pleased with the solid feel that it delivers when using my front brake.
Driven Front Brake Line Kit
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Great answer to the more expensive braided lines , good product
I installed this on a 2007 RMZ250 to replace a beat up OEM brake line. The ends had to be rotated just a touch to line up with the front brake caliper and front master cylinder. Other than that, the part went on easily and worked very well after bleeding the line.
Works great. Easy to install.
This combined with a rebuild of my master cylinder with the addition of motul racing brake fluid and Honda's always on top brake pads made my bike more controllable and gave better feel entering rough corners. I also noticed better feel while dragging through the ruts. The only down side I noticed is that because it is more rigid overall, it rubs the fender slightly when the suspension compresses. But most people put new plastics on at least once per year. I can see past that.
Feel is better over my stock brake hose, the stainless braid is nice and bright, the lenth is the same. It comes with the banjo bolts and crush washers which is nice, OEM from honda requires you to buy the washers and banjo bolts separately. Great hose for a good price.
These lines are great. The helped my stoping a lot!
Worth the money to replace the stock lines! They install easily and the the feel at the lever is nice! Very solid and smooth. Definitely recommend replacing both lines and I should have replaced these a long time ago! If you are on the fence about buying these lines...do it you will not be sorry!
No issues installing on '06 KTM 200 XC. Pay attention to the stainless line sliding down the black sheath that runs down the fork tube. Lower stainless line can make contact with the rotor and wear a hole through the stainless braiding. I secured the stainless line at the top of the sheath (@ the number plate) to prevent it from slipping down.