2001 cr 125 front brake line on a yzf

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  • dwnlowx

Posted March 11, 2007 - 10:25 PM


i noticed the cr 125 front brake line is steel braided and wrapped in protective clear rubber has any one ever put one on a yz or yzf

i ripped mine in half while ridding today it got stuck on my triple clamps and eventally ripped in half it happened very fast( i grabed the lever and it was free while i was in a nasty sandy high speed whoopy turn) it was because of the tool bag i had on the handle bars , it made the brake line sit way to close to the triple clamp and got stuck behind the triple clamp bolt

so keep an eye out if you use a handle bar bag or tool bag

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  • greyhd

Posted March 11, 2007 - 10:39 PM


Most aftermarket lines for your YZF are SS and are available with the clear cover. The TT store has them.

If you want to run a "CR style" line on your 04, you will need to get some Lightspeed fork guards or mod your stockers. Do a search an the topic and you will get a bunch of results.

  • dwnlowx

Posted March 12, 2007 - 08:46 AM


thanks i thought i seen this before

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