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Marginal differences, if that. Don't believe the hype.
 

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As others have said, it depends. I did a dual line setup on my SV and while it improved braking, I wish I had gone with a setup that had a single line from the handlebars to one caliper, and then a line from that caliper to the other side. I will do it this way next time.
 

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As others have said, it depends. I did a dual line setup on my SV and while it improved braking, I wish I had gone with a setup that had a single line from the handlebars to one caliper, and then a line from that caliper to the other side. I will do it this way next time.
I agree with that. I've also done twin lines in the past but it looks alot tidier with the single line from the M/C.
 

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all I would say is getting lines slightly longer incase you get riser clipons or a bar conversion in the future

I bought lines for my S and 2 years later I decided to do a bar conversion

2nd gens can make it work, 1st gens can't (look for threads I've created)
 
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