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Galfer Sportbike Front Brake Line Kawasaki Ninja 300 / EX 250 R
Whether you are commuting or hitting the race track, Galfer Sportbike Brake Lines are great upgrade over your stock OEM rubber brake lines. They are constructed of a 64 strand stainless steel braid with a PTFE 62 Teflon inner lining giving them a “zero expansion effect”, this gives the rider a more consistent and confident braking feel.
Most manufacturers recommend replacing the OEM rubber brake lines after 2 to 3 years. Over extended use OEM rubber lines wear down and lose performance.
Clear protective cover
Includes all necessary hardware
Lines are individually labeled
Pre-positioned fittings for easy installation
Made In USA
Note: Image for reference only. Actual Galfer Sportbike Brake Lines may vary depending on your make and model.
Galfer Sportbike Front Brake Line Kawasaki Ninja 300 / 250R
Easy to install, good quality
This was my first time replacing brake lines. It was straightforward and easy to install.
I took my bike to the track and was completely satisfied with the braking response.
April 6, 2015
One Of The Upgrades That's Recommended
After upgrading to Galfers Front Brake Lines from OEM, these brake lines have made a big difference. They are very sensitive to the lightest touch and will already start braking for you once you start applying a little bit of brakes. After practicing emergency braking, these brake lines make you stop on the dime, you will actually have to hold yourself back as your body goes forward but the bike itself has stopped.
March 29, 2015
Bought this for a Ninja 250 track bike. Front brake needed some help and this did the trick!
September 22, 2014
Can't Go Wrong with Galfer
A proven product with several years of experience, I bought them with confidence. I do track days and push my Ninja 250 to it's limits trying to keep up with the bigger bikes. I have not had braided brake cables before, so I was a little worried that they would be too touchy and wondered if I would have the ability to do trail braking with precise control. It's amazing how they feel so intuitively responsive! Great buy.
May 19, 2014
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Alexander N W: Since I am upgrading bar ends the brake fluid needs to be changed therefore I mind as well upgrade the brake line. I've been reading from other 250R riders that it has increased their performance on the track so I am curious to try them out for myself as well.Feb 14, 2015
Sathishkumar K: My 09 Ninja 250R had some issues with breaking - Preferred the Steel Braided Lines than the stock rubber ones. Reviews suggest Galfer to be a good brand and reliable.Oct 31, 2014
Ankit S: the new ninja 300 front brakes are not very adequate under hard breaking... these SS lines combined with EBC brake pads should provide a good bite and help in stopping power... again research said a lot of ppl have done this change and it has proven goodMay 21, 2014
Thomas J: So the ladies know I'm a baller. Everyone knows that the rear brake on a sportbike is just for show.Dec 30, 2013
Don Z asked:I have driven clip ons on my 2013 non abs ninja 300 and I am having issues with the stock brake line being too short. Would this item comes longer than the stock brake line?Nov 20, 2014
Greg M:The Galfer line is the same length as the stock brake line. Therefore, if the stock length is too short, this will be too. I compared the stock brake cable directly with the Galfer to verify they are the same length.Nov 25, 2014