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Would like to eliminate the rear brake pedal on my destroyer and run both brakes off of the front brake master cylinder, is it possible to run a tee fitting and split one to the front and one to the rear? Is it the same master cylinder they use to run the dual caliper set up on the V-Rods?

As for being able to do burnouts was thinking LineLock in front brake line. Thoughts, Concerns, Ideas?
 

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not sure about other 2006 and newer models, but looking at my 2004 PM the 04's used a 11/16" bore MC

My Destroyer PM shows a 9/16" bore, you might have an issue active displacement tying two calipers to the 9/16 Master.

Are you concerned with VRD class issues, or running another more liberal class?
 

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many sportbike stunt riders relocate their rear brake to the grips as well, but they do not splice off of one MC
 

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:eek:fftopic: :eek:fftopic:

This section is for DESTROYER OWNERS and those who have experience with racing and working on them.

Go post somewhere else if you need to be heard.
 

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Not worried about VRD Class, big feet and the location of the exhaust and brake don't go together to good.
 
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