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sv650 brake line compatibility - February 23, 2013, 10:34 PM

so a few months back, my girl ordered a galfer ss superbike brake line kit from indysuperbike.com. i am just now getting around to installing it for her and have everything disassembled and in the parts cleaner for a caliper rebuild. as i open up the galfer kit, i notice the kit says it's for a 99-03 650s. i'm sure they sent the wrong kit as her bike is a 06 650 (non s version).

just wondering if any of you sv guys and girls know if i can bolt this up or if the years or model differences will not allow it to work.


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February 23, 2013, 11:01 PM

Length is the only thing that matters and it's not likely an issue. I ran my complete 1st gen setup on my 2nd gen.


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February 24, 2013, 10:17 AM

yeah, i'm kinda concerned that her bike has a riser bar and the s model has clip ons, making them too short for her bike. i guess i'll be seeing in the next few hours...


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February 24, 2013, 10:25 AM

Yeah, measure the length, the fittings should still work. It's just the lines right?
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February 25, 2013, 08:44 AM

What these guys noted. IIRC the Naked model lines are about 3 inches longer. The only other difference over the years were two difference thread sets in the master cyl - one was fine the other coarse.


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February 25, 2013, 07:55 PM

well, the way the lines are directed to be fit does not reach. however, affixing my goodridge lines from my r6 to my fzr400 i had the same issue. both transitions worked out by simply relocating the double banjo bolt from the master cylinder to the right caliper and having the longest line go master to left caliper. short line goes from right to left caliper. a little harder to bleed than the traditional 2 line method, but works just as nice when done. left a nice blackie in front of her place testing out the finished product. good stuff...


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now that you mention it, the teepee does look a little odd.


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