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Old 10-26-2019, 11:07 AM   #1
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Banjo Bolts

Can anyone here who's done brake lines on their Gen3 ('17) confirm the thread pitch of the banjo bolts for the front lines. Searching has gotten me some conflicting answers depending on the year model, but haven't found anything specific about the Gen3 yet. Interested in the pitch for master AND calipers.
And on that note, Galfer, Spiegler, whoever,,, any preference for a non-racing application.
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Old 10-27-2019, 06:15 PM   #2
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Re: Banjo Bolts

They're all M10x1.25 banjo bolts. You can use the long banjo from the right caliper in the master cylinder if you use race-style lines. I did the OEM kit from Galfer. Black lines, fittings, and banjo bolts...looks nice. I ordered direct from Galfer. They shipped my order in under 24 hours.
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Old 10-28-2019, 06:50 PM   #3
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Awesome, that's what I was hoping to hear, thanks.
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coremoto sends bolts with their lines...
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Old 11-12-2019, 11:57 AM   #5
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Re: Banjo Bolts

Finally getting back around to this thread, the Galfer lines came with the correct bolts, but it's good to know I could have reused the originals if needed. Interesting install experience though, there is only ONE way to route the lines so that the right side line has any slack when the fork is fully extended. I know short lines make for a good feel, but damn I wish they'd have made it 1/4" longer, would have saved me a half hour of experimenting.
For anyone else that finds the same issue, when fixing the banjos to the master, the left line has to go on first, then the right. A non-reversible fix to this would be to cut the stop off the master, but I wasn't really in the mood to do that. It holds the banjo down at enough of an angle that it takes up some of the slack and would pull the line tight. The left line is long enough to allow this, but the right line doesn't have any room to give.
Anyways, got it sorted, system filled up and bled out nice and quick and the first ride was pretty impressive. I started with pads, good but not great. Then did a flush and bleed, no change but it was time. Then lines and that's when it all came together. Added bonus, they really clean up the look of the front end with direct run lines.
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