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Brembo 16RCS Left Radial Brake Master Cylinder

Starting at: $299.00

Brembo 16 RCS Adjustable Ratio Radial Brake Master Cylinder

- Adjustable ratio 16/18 (16x16 or 16x18)
- A 16x16 and 16x18 master cylinder in one!
- Folding lever for mitigating crash damage
- Designed for 7/8" sportbike handlebars
- Forged body
- For all custom bikes with 1 fixed 4 piston caliper

Brembo Radial Master Cylinders are found on the fastest bikes in the world because they're powerful, reliable and built to exacting tolerances for consistent performance under a wide range of conditions. Brembo's 16 RCS master cylinder is no exception. It offers the unique ability to change brake lever ratios from 16x16 (for power) to 16x18 (for feel) with a simple turn of the screw, something not possible on other Brembo brake master cylinders. The 16 RCS is manufactured using a combination of forge-casting and CNC-machining. Forged parts have a particular advantage over parts machined from billet when it comes to strength since the metal's grain structure follows closely the shape of the part as it is pressed into its final form. After forging, the aluminum master cylinder blank is then machined to accept all of its hardware: banjo bolt, brake reservoir spigot, lever attachment and - most critical, the brake piston assembly. This multi-stage manufacturing process ensures both strength, through the forging process and precision via CNC finishing - both of which contribute to the master cylinder's consistent, exacting performance that has made it the "must have" brake upgrade component.

Every Brembo 16 RCS master cylinder comes complete with a break-away lever for crash survivability, a dual-line banjo bolt and a micro-switch controller for street applications allowing you to activate the rear brake light without the need to buy a separate pressure-sensitive banjo bolt switch.

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  • Model: 110.A263.50
  • Shipping Weight: 20lbs
  • Manufactured by: Brembo

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 22 June, 2015.