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Alright, now that i don't have insurance on my bike, it's a good time to put her on the stands and do a mod :hammer

Figure i might as well do brake lines, pads and new fluid.

Question is, Goodridge kevlar lines, Galfer SS lines? What should I try?
 

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If I had the money, I would have gotten the complete brembo braking system complete with steel-braided brake lines, brembo rotors, brembo brake pads, etc.

But I just have the galfer lines, so I'm happy. They're pretty good. You can't go wrong with those or the goodridges, I guess. Up to you on that one.
 

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1 vote for ss
 

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Yeah, i think i might get the Galfer's. Now i can't decide if i wanna go with a color, and if i do, black or blue.
 

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RedlineR6 said:
Yeah, i think i might get the Galfer's. Now i can't decide if i wanna go with a color, and if i do, black or blue.
Galfer's blue is a lighter blue but it still looks great on the blue Yamaha's... Here's my bike when it was silver "stage 1" lmao

 

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i had te blue galfers on my blue R6 and they had red fittings and they looked pimp as ****....and talk about some pinky power breaking....i loved them....
 

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DragonRider said:
I prefer the braded look
all galfers are braided steel lines with a semi clear cover that gives you the colored effect.. :)

here's a peak from the site..
 

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I had Goodrich lines on my r6 and liked them a lot

They are a pain to install but worth it!!!
 
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