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Do away with the ugly plastic reservoirs on your bike. These BXP reservoirs are a direct fit to your Master Cylinder.
Manufacturer: Extreme Creations
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$90.53

These custom billet aluminium resevoirs make any bike look better instantly! Why put up with those ugly plastic units or struggle to get the original ones to fit after you have converted to straight bars? The front and rear brake resevoirs are also much harder wearing than stock. We have reservoirs to fit almost all bikes so you should find what you need here.

 

 

** Further help with choosing billet reservoirs

There are many adaptor options so if you’re not sure which type fits your bike please use the text field under the drop down menu (where available) so we can advise which type to use.

When deciding on the adaptor type please keep in mind the reservoir should end up sitting vertically (or as close to vertical as possible) when the bike is standing up straight (not on side stand). Straight handle bars or clip-on bars will need to be considered when choosing your adaptor as the different styles of bars affect the angle of the master cylinder.

The main types of adaptor are CIRCLIP (usually identified by a round hose fitting base in the master cylinder with a rubber cap) , BOLT TYPE ( identified by a teardrop shaped hose fitting base with a small retaining bolt) & BREMBO TYPE which has a round rubber grommet that the adaptor pushes into.

Billet Universal Hose type reservoirs: When there isn’t a direct fit reservoir to suit your bike we also have the universal hose type, these are available in two sizes ¼” (6-7mm) & 5/16” ( 8-9mm) & come with a stainless steel mounting brackets (3 sizes).

These custom billet aluminium resevoirs make any bike look better instantly! Why put up with those ugly plastic units or struggle to get the original ones to fit after you have converted to straight bars? The front and rear brake resevoirs are also much harder wearing than stock. We have reservoirs to fit almost all bikes so you should find what you need here.

 

 

** Further help with choosing billet reservoirs

There are many adaptor options so if you’re not sure which type fits your bike please use the text field under the drop down menu (where available) so we can advise which type to use.

When deciding on the adaptor type please keep in mind the reservoir should end up sitting vertically (or as close to vertical as possible) when the bike is standing up straight (not on side stand). Straight handle bars or clip-on bars will need to be considered when choosing your adaptor as the different styles of bars affect the angle of the master cylinder.

The main types of adaptor are CIRCLIP (usually identified by a round hose fitting base in the master cylinder with a rubber cap) , BOLT TYPE ( identified by a teardrop shaped hose fitting base with a small retaining bolt) & BREMBO TYPE which has a round rubber grommet that the adaptor pushes into.

Billet Universal Hose type reservoirs: When there isn’t a direct fit reservoir to suit your bike we also have the universal hose type, these are available in two sizes ¼” (6-7mm) & 5/16” ( 8-9mm) & come with a stainless steel mounting brackets (3 sizes).

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Quality bit of kit, and...
Great service from Ben Shaw at Extreme Creations!
Purchased online here in the UK, and arrived from OZ in double-quick time.   Was very happy with the quality and feel of the item and fitting was a breeze.   I hated my std. Triumph "Tupperware" res., so I ordered the short /straight circlip version to clear my S3 fly-screen.  I particularly liked the "striped" milled section on the lid, although you can opt to have all black if that's your thing.   The only issue I had was that this version sits very low to the M/C (which is good) but the instructions assumed that you would leave the OEM rubber "crud seal" out (between the bottom of the reservoir and the spout into the M/C) as it probably isn't needed in the hot and dry Aussie weather I assume.   However, here in the UK with our (hateful!) wet climate, I didn't want that area left to the elements, so I tried to put it on over the top of the newly installed tube, but it was just too tight, so being the perfectionist that I am, I gently reamed it out with a 10mm drill until it was a snug fit.  I realise I probably didn't need to do this, but it is now sealed against the elements, and I couldn't be happier with the look of it.   100% recommended product and service  (and sorry for the questions Ben!).
From: Mark | Date: 1/24/2015 6:10 AM
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