Randaaks Cables and Mastercylinder


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rockford75
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Randaaks Cables and Mastercylinder

Postby rockford75 » Sun Apr 19, 2015 5:45 pm



I highly recommend Randaaks stainless steel lines and the master cylinder for your Goldwing. I installed mine a 82 GL1100 man what a difference! I actually have brakes! My wing stops on a dime!


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Re: Randaaks Cables and Mastercylinder

Postby WingAdmin » Mon Apr 20, 2015 9:08 am

I have repeatedly said that putting stainless braided brake lines on my GL1100 was the single greatest upgrade I did to that bike. It took the brakes from soft, mushy and indistinct to powerful and razor sharp. Made it feel like a new bike.

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Re: Randaaks Cables and Mastercylinder

Postby rockford75 » Mon Apr 20, 2015 6:12 pm

WingAdmin wrote:I have repeatedly said that putting stainless braided brake lines on my GL1100 was the single greatest upgrade I did to that bike. It took the brakes from soft, mushy and indistinct to powerful and razor sharp. Made it feel like a new bike.


Well Im just very impressed at the difference new cables and a master cylinder make.
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