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PRO SYSTEM SERIES -3 90° Hose End Part # 51-R2044C* Quantity: 1 -3 Straight Hose End Part # 51-R2013C* Quantity: 1 Banjo Straight 10mm (3/8”) Part # 51-R4390C Pro System 1 Replacement Ferrule Part # 51-R49008 Quantity: 10 3/8” - 24 Inverted Flare 45º End for Rear Caliper Part # 51-R4382C Quantity: 1 3/8” - 24 Inverted Flare Straight for Front Caliper Part # 51-R4381C Quantity: 1 3/8” - 24 Inverted Flare 90º End Long for Junction Block/ Caliper Part #51-R4385C Quantity: 1 3/8” - 24 Inverted Flare 90º End Short for Junction Block/Caliper Part # 51-R4384C Quantity: 1 3/8” - 24 Inverted Flare 90º - 120º Junction Block to Master Cylinder Part # 51-R4386C Quantity: 1 -3 Replacement Ferrule Part # 51-R20135* Quantity: 10 35° Banjo 10mm (3/8”) Part # 51-R4391C 7/8” Part # 51-R4393C Quatity: 1 90° Banjo 10mm (3/8”) Part # 51-R4394C Quantity: 1 Pro system I hose with clear coat Engineered for the professional bike builder, Pro System I hose is a 308 stainlesssteel -3 braided hose specifically designed for high performance brake applications.It features a Teflon® inner liner along with a clear or tinted coat for abrasionresistance to painted surfaces. Maximum operating pressure is 2500 PSI. Availablewith clear coat or smoke tinted coat. Does not meet D.O.T. specifications Length Size Clear coat 51-R3180 10’ -3 51-R3182 20’ -3 Smoke tint coat 51-R3480 10’ -3 51-R3482 20’ -3 How To Assemble Pro System I Fittings 1) Wrap tape tightly around hose where cut is to be made. 2) Using either a cut off wheel or fine tooth hack saw, cut hose to desired length. 3) With a sharp knife, trim back the clear coating approx. 1” from end of hose. 4) Disassemble the 3-piece adapter fitting. 5) Slide the tapered nut (taper first) over the hose. 6) Using a small screw driver, separate and open up the stainless braid from the Teflon® inner liner. 7) Slip the brass ferrule (tapered end towards the hose) over the Teflon® inner liner. 8) Lubricate barb with brake fluid and insert the barbed end of the fitting into the Teflon® tube. 9) Draw up the tapered nut and tighten down. Note: To re-use Compression fittings, you must replace the ferrule. Be sure to choose the correct ferrule for your fitting. For pricing, visit www.motovan.com in the dealer section. 469


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