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Hi All

Finally got around to putting on my SS clutch line I got from Venco Wings. Real good people good product and fast shipping. Question is. I know some on here say they have used his SS line. I tried to run it in the same location as stock no problem till I got to the bottom to hook to the slave cylinder. Angle just was not right. So I went up & over to the back side of drive shaft and it fit better this way. No direction and its working with no leaks. Just curious if this is what every body did or did I just not get it by trying to put it back the stock way.

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Will do the brake line this winter think I have to take the fairing off.
 

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Shouldn't really matter what direction you come up at with the line, so long as it isn't fouling anything.
 

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Thats what I thought. Just curious if thats how some who have done it did it like i id or not.

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I installed a set of s/s brake lines on my 84 Aspencade a few years ago. I did not have to remove the fairing to do so. I,too, bought them from Venco.( as you say great people to deal with) It was one of the best investments that I ever made for my bike. No flex in those lines ....you just stop! I was thinking about replacing the clutch line as well, at some point, and was wondering if you noticed any difference with the s/s clutch line?.......GM
 

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If you are worrying about swelling you can wrap hoses by non stretchable tape.20-30 min - done. But stainless or gold plated hoses will look better! :)
 

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GLGREZMONKI wrote:
I installed a set of s/s brake lines on my 84 Aspencade a few years ago. I did not have to remove the fairing to do so. I,too, bought them from Venco.( as you say great people to deal with) It was one of the best investments that I ever made for my bike. No flex in those lines ....you just stop! I was thinking about replacing the clutch line as well, at some point, and was wondering if you noticed any difference with the s/s clutch line?.......GM
It might be in my mind but I feel the clutch release better ( not dragging when down shiftting ) and less bang when shifting from nutrual to first when stoped.



Will put brake lines on this winter. Clutch cable well worth it:).
 
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