This is a reproduction 80's style Honda brake master cylinder. You can use it on any single or dual disc brake bike you want. Perfect for 80's bikes where you want to replace the bars and need a new master cylinder that doesn't have an angled reservoir.
This master cylinder has a brake light switch with two small spade connectors just like many of the 80's Honda's, it is attached to the bottom of the master cylinder. Similar to Honda part number 35340-MM5-600 and 35340-MA5-671
For those of you who have rebuilt a master cylinder that's seized up after sitting for 30 years, we don't have to tell you how much time you'll save buying a new master cylinder!
This does not come with instructions, so please be informed about how to install a new master cylinder, or have a professional do it.
The mirror mount threading fits standard 10MM mirrors.
For use with M10 x 1.25 banjo bolt. Standard size for most all Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki and Suzuki's.
15.8mm (5/8") piston bore size.
Similar to Honda OEM part number: 45500-463-601, 45500-369-671, 45500-333-670
Can be used on Honda:
CB350F - 1972-1974
CB350G - 1973
CB360T - 1975-1976
CB360G - 1974
CB400F Super Sport - 1975-1977
CB400T Hawk - 1978-1981
CM400C Custom - 1981
CM400T - 1979-1981
CB450K - 1970-1974
CB450SC Nighthawk - 1982-1986
CB450T Hawk - 1982
CM450A Hondamatic - 1982-1983
CM450C Custom - 1982
CMX450C Rebel - 1986-1987
CB500K - 1971-1973
CB500T Twin DOHC - 1975-1976
CX500 - 1978-1979
CX500C Custom - 1979-1982
CX500D Deluxe - 1979-1981
CX500TC Turbo - 1982
FT500 Ascot - 1982-1983
GL500 Silver Wing - 1981-1982
GL500I Silver Wing Interstate - 1981-1982
CB550F Super Sport - 1975-1976
CB550K - 1974-1978
CB650 - 1979-1982
CB650C Custom - 1980-1981
CB650SC Nighthawk - 1982
CB750A Hondamatic - 1976-1978
CB750C Custom - 1980-1982
CB750F Super Sport - 1975-1982
CB750K - 1972-1982
and many others....use it on any single or dual disc brake set up on just about any bike.
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Just like new
Posted by Stefan on 23rd Aug 2019
My dual front brake DOHC actually stops now! Old master cylinder was sticking. This one also fits my renthal bars better than the stock angled reservoir.
Getting ready to do a PCH trip with it, I will advise if I have issues with it, but 1 week of testing it worked well!
great master cylinder
Posted by Jory. on 24th Mar 2019
I recently switched to pin on handle bars on my cafe racer, the original master cylinder would not clear the fasteners and was much to long. This new master cylinder solves both problem and looks great with its lower profile.
Works - best for flat bars, not the stock bars
Posted by Sam on 26th Aug 2018
It works. It's about right. It just would make more sense on a cafe build than a stock 80's bike with the original handlebars because the angle is different so the reservior sits at an angle and doesn't look right.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Jul 2018
Appears to be well made, worked well right out of the box. Highly recommended!
Posted by Joe on 9th Jul 2018
Pretty similar to original master cylinder on my 1980 CB750F! All of the hookups look idential, very pleased I was able to find a new master cylinder!
1979 Honda Super Sport
Posted by email@example.com on 22nd Apr 2018
Looks like it was made for it
Posted by JR on 25th Mar 2018
Product was exactly as advertised. Installed easily and looks great. All existing attachment points fit perfectly on my 82 Honda.
works nice, switch is wrong
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Mar 2018
It works well as a brake master cylinder. quality is decent as well. the switch provided is wired opposite of an stock Honda early 80's motorcycle (81 CM400T) and I was forced to use my cruddy old switch. I contacted 4into1 about it, but they literally couldn't have cared less about my problem.
Posted by Norman Donaldson on 5th Jun 2017
Quality product, very happy with this purchase. Looks better than OEM. I was going to buy a shorty lever but when I noticed the bmc used a 12.9mm piston and this uses a 15.8mm it's a no brainer.
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Aug 2016
looks well made
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