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Help Banjo bolt brake line - Honda Spada

Discussion in 'Honda 250cc Twins' started by Dirttrev, Apr 13, 2019.

  1. Dirttrev

    Dirttrev Member Premium Member

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    Hi, anyone know if the brake line banjo bolt size on Honda Spada M10x1.25 or M10x1.0 thread size?, like to order a brake pressure switch, but don't want to strip and bleed just yet TIA
    Trevor
     
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    My CBR's have M10x1.25 so guess the Spada would be same as same master cylinder.
     
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    Thanks guys, I actually bought both pitches from Ali Express, only 10 NZD, my bases are covered, reason I'm lowering my foot pegs and the ole mechanical brake switch mount was cut off...
     
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    Neither the front or rear Spada brake lights operate from fluid pressure. Both are mechanical switches, new front can be purchased for less than $20 on ebay,, Rear one can almost always be repaired by carefully adjusting the spring tension. They are often too tight rather than too loose, this often tricks people into thinking they are broken
     
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