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    Thro the swing arm mod

    http://www.wildnkrazed.com/Go9/R_BRAKE/index.html
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    • '88 in Candy Flair Blue + '90 in Italian Red
    • Ohlins Rear Shock
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    • VFR750 rear wheel
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    cool. I actually just did something similar with one of my swingarm kits because the brake line kept rubbing the tire. It's a nifty trick...though I simply had a 7/8" hole bored into the top of the swingarm and then another up front and to the side and fed a pre-made line thorugh it...this way it's removeable and easily serviceable...stock line can also fit. You can get nice rubber grommets to pretty it up. I also tapped a 1/8" hole under the swingarm in front of the eccentric to allow for a drain.
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      #3
      Makenzie,
      Could we have a few pics of the relevant areas? I love simple yet elegant solutions.

      Thanks,
      Blade_Zero

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        #4
        yeah bike's at home, though...I'll get one up tomorrow.
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          #5
          I went to do this the other night and my SS rear brake line was about 3" to short.. DOH
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            #6
            A13X...find a stock Ducati supersport rear line. It's about 6" longer and is braided steel.
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              #7
              big photo

              here's a big photo of the rear of the bike with the SS line thru the swingarm...

              SS line in swingarm

              the advantage is that you only have a small whole and it looks clean. but its' more of a pain to source the parts and "roll your own".

              again I think I posted all hte parts and suppliers in a post on hawkgt.com . I know that it was all posted on anotehr website but it's down now (Mke Reish at reish.net).

              ok, here's the post about parts:

              http://listserv.hawkgt.com/wa.asp?A2...-l&P=R1196&I=1

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