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Old Jul 5th 2018, 10:28 AM   #1
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Brembo master cylinder

So I have a 2013 1199 ducati and the front brake master cylinder is leaking. Is there a rebuild kit that I can get for this or do I have to get the whole set up from brembo? Would rather not Get the whole new setup if I can just get a rebuild kit.

Anyone done this and can point me where to get the kit, part number etc?

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Old Jul 5th 2018, 11:31 AM   #2
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Toss the entire thing in the trash and get a RCS 17 at a minimum.


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So I have a 2013 1199 ducati and the front brake master cylinder is leaking. Is there a rebuild kit that I can get for this or do I have to get the whole set up from brembo? Would rather not Get the whole new setup if I can just get a rebuild kit.

Anyone done this and can point me where to get the kit, part number etc?

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Old Jul 5th 2018, 12:10 PM   #3
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Iíd rather not replace the whole unit if I can just do a rebuild of this one. If I have to spend the 300-400 then yes, Iíll get that one.

But since I donít do track days every weekend, or ride redic, the stock worked well for me.
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There should be a new rebuild kit available by now since all the recall stuff happened. If you can't find a part number or source let me know can track it down.



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Iíd rather not replace the whole unit if I can just do a rebuild of this one. If I have to spend the 300-400 then yes, Iíll get that one.

But since I donít do track days every weekend, or ride redic, the stock worked well for me.
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Old Jul 6th 2018, 12:48 AM   #5
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I believe Ducati dont supply a rebuild for Brembo MC's . They were taken to court and lost a case involving a kit supplied with a resulting fatality . They do supply a full MC at a discounted price because of this. Went through this with my 1098 , KTM supply a kit for the MC that suited the 1098 series caliper . Dont know about the 1199 caliper .
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Ducati doesn’t seem to supply a rebuild kit. I am hoping someone knows if brembo however supplies a rebuild kit. I just can’t tell (or seem to be able to track the part numbers) to find if the ones I find from brembo will fit/work on the stock panigale. I find it silly the monster / KTM / Moto Guzi etc etc has a brembo rebuild kit, but I can’t figure out that the panigale has one.

Would rather spend $30 than $400 since it worked just fine until the leak.
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Would rather spend $30 than $400 since it worked just fine until the leak.
Here is a shop in Nederlands that ship to US and where I bought my RCS-17 brake and RCS-16 clutch masters. He's got a sale right now and the 17 goes for $242.84. Shipping is around $30 so you will still end up ahead.

If you have 1199 then you have the M50 calipers and therefore you need the RCS-17 which was developed in conjunction with the M50 caliper.

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I have been using an 18-20 RCS . Set on 18, would there be a difference with the 17?
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I have been using an 18-20 RCS . Set on 18, would there be a difference with the 17?
Less feel and little bit harder modulation. The 17 was specifically developed for the M50 caliper that has smaller diameter pistons. However I would not worry about it unless you race everyday
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However I would not worry about it unless you race everyday
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