Intersted in the front if you could bring it to Gingerman this weekend?
As the title states I'm looking for some tires.
Thanks. I will try that.
Master cylinder body is aluminum.
So I cleaned the top of the threads well and let it sit. No fluid. Then I used a zip tie to hold the lever overnight. Tiny amount fluid around...
Its definitely not coming from the center of the nipple. I use a paper towel rolled up corner to get all the fluid out and the cap is clean.
This is the stock front master cylinder for a Daytona 675. I recently bled the brakes and now I'm noticing brake fluid at the base of the bleed...
The Fast Frank stuff is what I was thinking of. Some of you act like this is unheard of. It's been done in endurance racing for years.
This is for a Triumph 675 with standard forks (non ohlins) if it matters.
In the past when changing the front tire I would leave the brake...
I'm going to try the slicks. Sounds like they are the same dimensionally and close in feel.
I found that in my seaching but it didn't really address my question.
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