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The $555 Beringer radial-pump master cylinder is a beautiful piece machined from billet aluminum and features ball bearings at the lever pivot and to actuate the piston. This makes feel at the lever very smooth, but a minor tipover ended up breaking one of the tiny bearings and we had to replace it. We used Motul's RBF 600 synthetic DOT 4 brake fluid and didn't experience any fade problems. The steering damper is a V4 from GPR Stabilizer; the 20-position adjustable rotary unit ($495) attaches to the triple clamp and fuel tank mounts, safe from damage in most crashes. We installed a Yamaha R1 throttle tube to make the throttle throw shorter. Note also the custom brake lines and master-cylinder reservoir mounting. Aftermarket clip-ons from Driven USA ($180) are made from billet aluminum, are black-anodized and have removable tubes for easy crash repair.
Triumph Daytona 675 Beringer Pump Master Cylinder