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Brake fluid reservoir Cover front CPF04
Brake fluid reservoir Cover front CPF04
33.32€ *

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Brake fluid reservoir cover front for Kawasaki Z1000
Brake fluid reservoir cover front for Kawasaki Z1000
39.95€ * 33.32€ *

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Brake fluid reservoir cover front for Yamaha MT-09 MT-07
Brake fluid reservoir cover front for Yamaha MT-09 MT-07
39.95€ * 33.32€ *

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Brake fluid reservoir cover rear BRC-07
Brake fluid reservoir cover rear BRC-07
48.99€ * 46.05€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Brake fluid reservoir cover rear for Honda CB1000R
Brake fluid reservoir cover rear for Honda CB1000R
39.95€ * 33.32€ *

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Brake fluid reservoir front cover BRC-06
Brake fluid reservoir front cover BRC-06
48.99€ * 46.05€ *

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Brake fluid reservoir front cover BRC-14
Brake fluid reservoir front cover BRC-14
48.99€ * 46.05€ *

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Brake fluid reservoir rear cover BRC-05
Brake fluid reservoir rear cover BRC-05
48.99€ * 46.05€ *

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Brake fluid reservoir rear cover CPFP02
Brake fluid reservoir rear cover CPFP02
28.56€ *

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Bremsflüssigkeitsbehälter Deckel CPFP01 hinten
Bremsflüssigkeitsbehälter Deckel CPFP01 hinten
29.95€ * 27.37€ *

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Bremsflüssigkeitsbehälter Deckel vorn
Bremsflüssigkeitsbehälter Deckel vorn
39.95€ * 33.32€ *

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Kupplungsflüssigkeitsbehälter Deckel CPFP01
Kupplungsflüssigkeitsbehälter Deckel CPFP01
29.95€ * 27.37€ *

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Kupplungsflüssigkeitsbehälter Deckel CPFP02
Kupplungsflüssigkeitsbehälter Deckel CPFP02
29.95€ * 28.56€ *

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Universal
Rear brake fluid reservoir green
Rear brake fluid reservoir green
35.95€ * 34.15€ *

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Universal
Rear brake fluid reservoir red
Rear brake fluid reservoir red
49.95€ * 39.27€ *

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Brake fluid reservoir / cover for reservoir on brake and clutch

The brakes are one of the most important systems on a vehicle. To ensure a powerful bite at all times, it is important to keep them in good working order. Here, the brake fluid transmits the pressure you apply via the brake lever or brake pedal to the brake pistons. To ensure proper functioning, it is important to change the brake fluid in the brake lines and the brake fluid reservoir at regular intervals. If you want to give your motorcycle an individual touch, changing the brake fluid reservoir and/or the clutch fluid reservoir is an ideal way to replace them with a model from our shop.

In our range you will find

  • Universal rear brake fluid reservoir in various colours
  • Lids for brake reservoirs rear and front for different brands
  • Lid for front reservoir for Aprilia, Kawasaki, Suzuki or Yamaha
  • Clutch fluid reservoir cover CNC milled

Change brake fluid - this is how it works

At the latest when you look into the brake fluid reservoir and see only black, it is high time to change the brake fluid. Hydraulic fluids age, even in a closed system they absorb air and water. Over time, the pressure point becomes spongy and, under thermal stress, the hydraulics can no longer withstand emergency braking. It is therefore absolutely essential to comply with the maintenance intervals recommended by the manufacturer and to carefully bleed the brake system in the process.

It is essential to observe! Work on the brake system is crucial for road safety. In-depth specialist knowledge of the motor vehicle trade is an absolute prerequisite for such work. If you have the slightest doubt about your abilities in this respect, leave this work to a specialist!

The right brake fluid for your motorcycle

Brake fluid is toxic and contains glycol. Therefore, always make sure that neither you nor painted vehicle parts or the outer areas of the expansion tank come into contact with the brake fluid (DOT 3, DOT 4, DOT 5.1). If it does happen, you should wash off the spill as quickly as possible and thoroughly with plenty of water. The silicone brake fluid DOT 5 leaves a stubborn lubricating film. Keep it carefully away from brake pads and discs.

Bleeding the brakes

Remove the old brake fluid and bleed the system at the same time by pumping it out with the brake lever or brake pedal or by sucking it out with a vacuum pump. Alternatively, you can use a steel bus bleed screw with check valve (replaces the original brake bleed screw and remains permanently on the vehicle).

Important: To prevent new air from getting into the system, keep an eye on the level of the brake reservoir. Otherwise you will have to start the job all over again.

How to change the brake fluid

To change the brake fluid using the hand/foot lever, jack up the vehicle securely. The still closed brake fluid reservoirmust be in an approximately horizontal position.

Once you have carefully covered all the painted parts, place the appropriate ring spanner over the bleed screw of the brake caliper furthest away from the reservoir. Now attach the hose for the reservoir or the brake bleeder. Make sure that it fits securely.

Now carefully remove the screws from thebrake reservoir cover. Here it is important to use a well fitting screwdriver. Carefully open the cover of the brake fluid reservoir and lay it down cleanly with the rubber insert.

Next, open the bleed screw by half a turn.

Now pump the old fluid out of the system with the lever/pedal of the brake. You need to be very sensitive here so that the fluid does not shoot out of the bleed hole and splash when you press the pedal.

Also important: The brake fluid reservoir must never run empty.

To do this, top up the brake fluid reservoir with new brake fluid when the level has visibly dropped.

Repeat this process until only bubble-free and clean fluid flows through the transparent hose.

Now bleed the system

Have you bled the brake system at all bleed screws? Then fill the brake fluid reservoir up to the maximum mark. The reservoir is still in a horizontal position. With the cleaned and dried rubber insert and the cap you close the reservoir on your motorcycle.

Press the brake lever/pedal several times to build up pressure on the brake fitting. It is important to always feel a firm pressure point after a short empty distance.

Everything for the maintenance and care of your motorcycle

Just like the brake, the clutch plays an important role on your motorcycle. It connects the engine with the gearbox and enables a loss-free and controllable power transmission to the rear wheel. It is a wearing part and needs regular maintenance. In our range in the TecBike Shop you will find everything you need for the maintenance of your motorcycle. Do you have any questions? We will be happy to advise you.

Brake fluid reservoir / cover for reservoir on brake and clutch The brakes are one of the most important systems on a vehicle. To ensure a powerful bite at all times, it is important to keep them... read more »
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Brake fluid reservoir / cover for reservoir on brake and clutch

The brakes are one of the most important systems on a vehicle. To ensure a powerful bite at all times, it is important to keep them in good working order. Here, the brake fluid transmits the pressure you apply via the brake lever or brake pedal to the brake pistons. To ensure proper functioning, it is important to change the brake fluid in the brake lines and the brake fluid reservoir at regular intervals. If you want to give your motorcycle an individual touch, changing the brake fluid reservoir and/or the clutch fluid reservoir is an ideal way to replace them with a model from our shop.

In our range you will find

  • Universal rear brake fluid reservoir in various colours
  • Lids for brake reservoirs rear and front for different brands
  • Lid for front reservoir for Aprilia, Kawasaki, Suzuki or Yamaha
  • Clutch fluid reservoir cover CNC milled

Change brake fluid - this is how it works

At the latest when you look into the brake fluid reservoir and see only black, it is high time to change the brake fluid. Hydraulic fluids age, even in a closed system they absorb air and water. Over time, the pressure point becomes spongy and, under thermal stress, the hydraulics can no longer withstand emergency braking. It is therefore absolutely essential to comply with the maintenance intervals recommended by the manufacturer and to carefully bleed the brake system in the process.

It is essential to observe! Work on the brake system is crucial for road safety. In-depth specialist knowledge of the motor vehicle trade is an absolute prerequisite for such work. If you have the slightest doubt about your abilities in this respect, leave this work to a specialist!

The right brake fluid for your motorcycle

Brake fluid is toxic and contains glycol. Therefore, always make sure that neither you nor painted vehicle parts or the outer areas of the expansion tank come into contact with the brake fluid (DOT 3, DOT 4, DOT 5.1). If it does happen, you should wash off the spill as quickly as possible and thoroughly with plenty of water. The silicone brake fluid DOT 5 leaves a stubborn lubricating film. Keep it carefully away from brake pads and discs.

Bleeding the brakes

Remove the old brake fluid and bleed the system at the same time by pumping it out with the brake lever or brake pedal or by sucking it out with a vacuum pump. Alternatively, you can use a steel bus bleed screw with check valve (replaces the original brake bleed screw and remains permanently on the vehicle).

Important: To prevent new air from getting into the system, keep an eye on the level of the brake reservoir. Otherwise you will have to start the job all over again.

How to change the brake fluid

To change the brake fluid using the hand/foot lever, jack up the vehicle securely. The still closed brake fluid reservoirmust be in an approximately horizontal position.

Once you have carefully covered all the painted parts, place the appropriate ring spanner over the bleed screw of the brake caliper furthest away from the reservoir. Now attach the hose for the reservoir or the brake bleeder. Make sure that it fits securely.

Now carefully remove the screws from thebrake reservoir cover. Here it is important to use a well fitting screwdriver. Carefully open the cover of the brake fluid reservoir and lay it down cleanly with the rubber insert.

Next, open the bleed screw by half a turn.

Now pump the old fluid out of the system with the lever/pedal of the brake. You need to be very sensitive here so that the fluid does not shoot out of the bleed hole and splash when you press the pedal.

Also important: The brake fluid reservoir must never run empty.

To do this, top up the brake fluid reservoir with new brake fluid when the level has visibly dropped.

Repeat this process until only bubble-free and clean fluid flows through the transparent hose.

Now bleed the system

Have you bled the brake system at all bleed screws? Then fill the brake fluid reservoir up to the maximum mark. The reservoir is still in a horizontal position. With the cleaned and dried rubber insert and the cap you close the reservoir on your motorcycle.

Press the brake lever/pedal several times to build up pressure on the brake fitting. It is important to always feel a firm pressure point after a short empty distance.

Everything for the maintenance and care of your motorcycle

Just like the brake, the clutch plays an important role on your motorcycle. It connects the engine with the gearbox and enables a loss-free and controllable power transmission to the rear wheel. It is a wearing part and needs regular maintenance. In our range in the TecBike Shop you will find everything you need for the maintenance of your motorcycle. Do you have any questions? We will be happy to advise you.

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