Safety is a top tier priority on your vintage Honda motorcycle. The Honda CB350G / CB360 / CB450 / CB500 / CB550 / CB750 series of bikes were some of the first mass produced motorcycles using a hydraulic brake system and when you throw the age of these components into the mix you have a disaster waiting to happen. Being that we make everything you need to get your hydraulic brake system in tip top shape we thought it was time we gave you a full guide on how to put it all together. Be sure to watch both part 1 and part 2 to learn how to disassemble, inspect, rebuild, replace and properly install all of the pieces in your hydraulic brake system.
In part 1 you learn how to disassemble the brake system while looking for signs of what you can save, what you may need to rebuild, and what definitely needs replacing on that Cafe Racer or Scrambler build of yours.
Now that you have everything prepped to reassemble, in part 2 you learn the specific steps in which you should install your brake system to properly bleed it and not spend all weekend doing it. Lastly, we go over the bleeding process and and tips on what to look out for when taking the first ride on that Cafe Racer or Scrambler with your fresh brake system.
Stay safe out there!
Replacement Parts For Your Bike:
Honda CB450 K3-K4 Disc Brake Pads
Master Cylinder Parts
Honda Replacement Front Master Cylinder
Honda Front Master Cylinder Rebuild Kit
Honda Front Master Cylinder Cover
Hydraulic Brake Hoses
Stainless Steel Brake Hose(Contact us directly to custom order non stock lengths)
Early Style Brake Caliper (Contact us directly to order Brake Caliper Rebuild Kit)
Brake Caliper Parts
Hydraulic Brake Light Switches
Front Brake Light Pressure Switch
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