I bought this brake master cylinder to be installed on my 2006 Honda CB400SF Hyper VTEC Spec 3. I replaced the old original stock master cylinder with the Semi Radial Brake Master Cylinder kit was perfect fit. The fitting was very perfect and tight, the brake light connectors to the switch are just nice tight fit. The spares provided in the kit were useful. Anyone who intends to buy and use this on a naked bike, best to get another Mirror Holder for your clutch lever side as the brake lever side mirror holder is much closer to the rider. I had to get another mirror holder for the clutch lever side so the mirrors would look symmetrical.
As for the braking performance of the master cylinder, definitely on par with the original part and much better to be honest. The braking bite and feel were strong and firm. Definitely worth the money.
Cheap, just cheap What could go wrong? It is so cheap that I think it is a good idea.
But whatQuantity:I have used Set and have never had a problem. No Trouble with delamination etc.
The effectiveness is commensurate with the price. It should not be used for Front (lol). The effectiveness (or ineffectiveness?) is just right for Rear. The only thing is that its effectiveness (or ineffectiveness?) is just right for Rear. That does not mean that Control is good, but it is normal. I've used it on several cars, so my feet are used to it (laughs). In the first place, since Rear is stepped on with the foot, isn't it possible to control it so delicately? I believe that a properly maintained Braking system demonstrates the necessary and sufficient Control. *Rear only
I used it for public roads as well as Circuit and Gymkhana. I mainly step on Rear on public roads, so it will be gone in a few thousand km. Gymkhana is too special, but it will be gone in 400-500 km. However, it is by far the cheapest, so I still think it is the best Level for cost performance.
For compatible vehicles, Rear is the only one I use anymore. I will continue to buy from you.