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Bad getoff this weekend in a hareS. and bent the circle/banjo part of front brake line that goes over bolt into resivor. Heard a few good things about CR type brake line. Any and all comments welcome. Also looking for a source that may stock this part. 99WR No2injection Saftyorange plastic grocerycart wheels on 2"x2" steelpipe for wheelie bar da da da da Da.

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Hey buddy let me shine a little light your way. Maybe you need to change your heading to something else. Did you ever think to check the Archives? Most of the WR's here have great front brakes and everyone knows where to get a Dash----1 brake line.

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Surf n turf racing out of CT has their own kit - 860-963-7792.

www.surfnturfracing.com

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'99 WZ/YR (you choose!) with ALL YZ mods, de-octopused, DSP Doug Henry airbox w/ velocity stack, FMF PowerBomb header, Stroker SX-1 silencer, SS front brake line, OEM YZ tank, IMS YZ seat.

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Kev,

Does the Surf-N-Turf Fastline kit route OK with the WR Light/Plate or must you have the YZ plate?

Cheers.

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JKC,

Good question. This topic came up quite a while back. The brake lines on the WR and YZ are different lengths as I recall. So the CR kitted YZ should NOT fit a WR. The line will be too short. I do not use the CR kit on my WR. I just stuck on a stainless steel line to improve braking.

The best thing I can recommend is to talk to the guys that sell these kits. Hopefully they can steer you in the right direction, and if they are wrong, will "cheerfully" take their stuff back.

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Hey Kev,

How much of an improvement did you notice after going to the SS brake line? And how much $$$ did it cost?

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