Brembo RCS 15 Brake Master Cylinder
Brembo RCS 15 Brake Master Cylinder

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Location: Beaverton, OR, USA
Q: Is the 15 RCS the proper application for a 2014 KTM 690 Duke ABS?
4 days 8 hours ago
Will I need to buy a separate reservoir? If so what is the part # and/or cost?
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3 days 7 hours ago
A: This item is a universal fit item. There are no guaranteed fitments for this product. The reservoir is built in to the unit.
Q: Would this fit a Kawasaki KX 250F for a Supermoto build?
2 months 23 days ago
Top 10 Contributor
2 months 22 days ago Location: motosport.com
A: Yes as long as your bars are 7/8" this application would be a great upgrade for a super moto build.
Location: oxford
Q: Will this fit a kawasaki zx6r 1995?
4 months 18 days ago
i am getting my mates 1995 x6r and he has got braided cables and needs a new master cylinder and was wondering if this fits? thanks
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4 months 3 days ago
A: Unfortunately that will not fit your model.
Q: Hi - which brake light switch do I need for RCS15?
2 years 9 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 9 months ago
A: You would need a micro brake light switch. If the part is available through one of our suppliers, we would be happy to order it for you. Please contact one of our sales professionals to inquire about special orders and availability.

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Q: Would this work with stock 1983 honda cb550 front brakes?
Over 3 years ago
I need a replacement master cylinder for my 1983 honda nighthawk 550 bobber, and can't find more info on replacing the part.
MotoSport Staff Expert Top 1 Contributor
Over 3 years ago
A: Yes, this should work just fine. Unfortunately, Honda has phased out the front brake master cylinder for your bike.
Location: Indonesia
Q: What is no 15 stands for?
Over 4 years ago
I just bought 2013 Kawasaki Zx14R and would like to change the master cylinder like this brembo unit. but I would like it to be the same lenght as my stock lever. could you kindly advise Thanks George
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: The 15 stands for the size of the piston in the piston in the master cylinder. The 15 wont be powerful enough for the calipers on the ZX-14 and you would want to run the RCS19. I don't have the exact specifications on the levers but the Brembo lever is basically standard length lever and will not be a much different length than the stock lever. I have attached a photo of an RCS19 mounted on a ZX. Please keep in mind you will need to purchase a 10x1.00 banjo bolt for this master cylinder also.
Location: Uxbridge, ON
Q: 2013 Canam Spyder RSS?
Over 4 years ago
Will this work with the RSS as the Spyder has all brakes controlled by a single foot brake.. I know in the only one I've seen for sale it has to tie into the brake cylinder to be able to operate Thanks Richard
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: I am sure this can be made to work in that application but it will not be a direct bolt on. Installation will also vary depending on whether you are trying to have this just control the front brakes or if you would like it to operate all the brakes. You would need to also wire in a brake switch on this so it would activate the brake light when using this versus the foot brake.
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Short Lever 110.A263.20
Standard Lever 110.A263.30
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