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I just had some Stainless Steel brake lines installed. What a difference they make in my brake responsiveness! The stock lines had intermediate breaks where metal connects to rubber back to metal.


I have the first installation from CannellaCustomCycles.com. (nice to live in the same town as the Vendor!).
They look awesome compared to the stock black rubber lines.
Man, these lines are straight-away upright. No detours or crazy bends.
The new stock of Fury lines will be sold with fittings and will be available shortly from Cannella.
 

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I just had some Stainless Steel brake lines installed. What a difference they make in my brake responsiveness! The stock lines had intermediate breaks where metal connects to rubber back to metal.
Man, these lines are straight-away upright. No detours or crazy bends.

I have the first installation; custom cut by Thomas of Bremzen.com.
They look awesome compared to the stock black rubber lines.

Thomas mentioned that the new stock of Fury lines would be available next week.
Pics? And do these include the banjos at each end?
 

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Pics? And do these include the banjos at each end?
I still gotta install my Galfer S.S. lines but they came with banjo's. They were 75 off ebay for front and back. I just need dot 4 brake fluid
 

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yes, the lines came completely fitted. I'd upload pix to this reply if I knew how. Now, I have to get the clutch and throttle lines replaced. they look like crap compared to the brake lines.
 
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