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That is just an outstanding point. You have to figure out the master cylinder thing ahead of time. Map it out, especially if you're going to appreciably different bars or you are headin' for some real headaches.
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YES! i am having an issue similar to this with my '75 CB360T put in lower bars but the line off of my master cyclinder is getting pinched bc there isnt enough clearence.... now i have no front brake. HELP!
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Ummm, hate to be that guy, but the thing you failed to account for is the extreme angle of the master cylinder reservoir for the front brake. I'd recomend if you are not going to change it out with something that has a more leveled reservoir, to at least flush out the old fluid and replace with new fluid before switching to the new bars, otherwise you are never going to be able to get any fluid into the reservoir. Just a small recomendation, you can use the master cylinder off something like 2000 series Honda streetbike and it should resolve the issue. I picked up one for a 2001 to 2006 CBR600 F4 for reference.
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