Seven Fifty cafe-racer brake/clutch master cylinders.

Another little update in CB750 Seven-Fifty project progress.

I like classic look of vintage master cylinders with integrated round reservoir, so I decided to add such feature to Seven Fifty appearance . But I also have a habit  to use only fresh brake parts in my projects, so I had  to solve quite difficult question. And I found solution and by the way decided to add some symmetry to CB750 view by installing hydraulic clutch. Here they are, brake and clutch master cylinders.

I updated them with shorter levers and I also used modified ZX6R clip-ons.

This setup looks great, as you can see.

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  1. Jason H

    Good choice and clean lines on those master cylinders. Those don’t appear stock. What brand are they? Where did you get the shorter levers?

    Much appreciate the info.


    1. gazzz (Post author)

      Yes, it was really interesting find. But let me answer after official launch of my CB cafe-racer project.

  2. Henkies

    Any news on this by now?

    1. gazzz (Post author)

      I’ll reveal information quite soon.

  3. Charlie

    Any update on the details for those brake levers?

    1. gazzz (Post author)

      I am assembling the bike. Information would be revealed within two weeks:-)

  4. Charlie

    If you won’t reveal it yet could you tell us how much they’ll cost and are they available in the UK. I’ve got a pair of Kustom Tech levers ($550/£395) waiting on order but if these are cheaper I’d prefer to get these…


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