80's Style Master Cylinder w/ Clutch Lever Set

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This is a 80's style brake master cylinder with matching clutch lever and mirror mount perch set for 7/8" handlebars. 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.

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.

For use with M10 x 1.25 banjo bolt. Standard size for most all Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki and Suzuki's.

The mirror mount threading fits standard 10MM mirrors.

15.8mm (5/8") piston bore size.

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  • 5
    Perfect upgrade

    Posted by Keenan on 26th Apr 2021

    Installed this kit on my 1973 Honda CB350G and it fit perfect. I ended up removing the clutch lever and installing it in the stock controls instead of using the supplied mount, but otherwise had zero install problems and the brake feels much better than stock.

  • 5
    Fit and looks great

    Posted by Zeezrom Fisk on 25th Jul 2020

    I am so pleased with this product! The all-aluminum master cylinder is a big improvement over the stock plastic reservoir on my 81 CB900F. Both the clutch and the brake fit just fine and really cleaned up the look of the handlebar controls. One nit to pick: The clutch bracket requires the clutch cable to exit at a tighter angle than the one I replaced. It worked out fine but if I had it to do over again I would have replaced the clutch cable at the same time so I didn't worry about bending the old cable too far.