Brembo Brakes 73 GT

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My750GT
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Brembo Brakes 73 GT

Post by My750GT » Thu Aug 13, 2015 3:02 am

Hi All,

Can anyone direct me on how to remove the piston out of the master cylinder of a brembo brake. My 73 GT has a brembo master cylinder, round reservoir. I cant see a circlip or anything around where it penetrates the housing. Any help would be great. I'll continue to find some info online.

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'72ish 750 GT
Functional bitser
Western Australia

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Re: Brembo Brakes 73 GT

Post by BevHevSteve » Thu Aug 13, 2015 9:12 am

remove lever, remove brake hose banjo bolt, pound a drift from the banjo hole end to drive the piston out.

Complete writeup on doing the job correctly here
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Re: Brembo Brakes 73 GT

Post by My750GT » Sun Aug 16, 2015 5:10 am

Thanks Steve. You're pretty cluey on these Ducati's. You should start a forum!! :-D :-D
'72ish 750 GT
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Western Australia

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