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    Thanks guys,
    I'll get the EBC EPFA454/4HH !

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    [QUOTE=Cooter;619537]Heh heh heh. Hey Beavis!

    I looked in my Buell parts bin and I only have the 1/2" bore non-radial with ZTL, and a ZTL2 with a couple radial EBR 19mm masters. I don't know where the old Buell ZTL2 non-radial master went that I had on Stella? I'm still really sure it was 19mm also, but no pics[/QUOTE


    I need confirmation that I’m wrong before I tell my funny story. John, is cooter rite about the master sizes?

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    Radial with built in reservoir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunaticfringe View Post

    NO. he is wrong.
    Ok then, I'm wrong But I've never heard of a 5/8" Buell OE master, that's why I went to go look.


    So LF, would you please be constructive and enlighten all of us on it's existence?
    Last edited by Cooter; 04-15-2020 at 07:23 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outthere View Post
    Radial with built in reservoir.
    Sexy race parts! $$$

    It hard to imagine Buell XB's/EBR's only ever had 2 sizes of calipers (ZTL and ZTL2) but THREE M/C sizes!? Not a very OE thing to do.

    Still waiting on LF confirmation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niklos View Post
    Thanks guys,
    I'll get the EBC EPFA454/4HH !
    you should be happy with them

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunaticfringe View Post
    ZTL2 MASTER CYLINDER PART # H0507.1AMC---piston bore size ID is 14mm.
    Thanks for all the extra info LF, but could you please clarify the answer we're asking?
    Are you saying the stock front master for a Buell XB with ZTL-2 is 14mm? Where did you get the size from?
    I believe thats the correct master cylinder part number for a ZTL-2 caliper, but the only specs I found for that part number refer to a 3/4" rebuild kit, like the one I had.

    I'm not trying to argue with you. Just trying to avoid bad info, especially if it's me giving it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    Ok then, I'm wrong But I've never heard of a 5/8" Buell OE master, that's why I went to go look.


    So 34:19, would you please be constructive and enlighten all of us on it's existence?

    Cooter is wrong!!!! Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I love your Jeremy Clarkson toolkit, you smarty pants LOL

    5/8" on a Tuber = 16mm, not the (9/16") 14mm XB odd-ball that LF claims. I just don't see 14mm master being big enough for a ZTL-2 to even function.

    For now, I'll stick to what I know from my experience. 19mm ONLY for a ZTL-2 caliper, because that is the stock size that comes on all Buells with that caliper. XB, and 1125.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    I love your Jeremy Clarkson toolkit, you smarty pants LOL

    5/8" on a Tuber = 16mm, not the (9/16") 14mm XB odd-ball that LF claims. I just don't see 14mm master being big enough for a ZTL-2 to even function.

    For now, I'll stick to what I know from my experience. 19mm ONLY for a ZTL-2 caliper, because that is the stock size that comes on all Buells with that caliper. XB, and 1125.
    Thats part of my Cooter tuber toolkit. LOL.

    My XB has a 1/2" master on it. I wonder why tubers ran a 5/8, they ran a 6 piston Nissin caliper also. Maybe the pistons were a larger on the tuber one. My S1 has the PM caliper on it. I wonder if the 5/8 master was only tied to the PM caliper applications.

    Either way, I couldn't resist heckling you. LOL!!!!!



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