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    Hi all.

    So I'm sorting my sv1000 into a tasty looking fighter. And really want to swap out the STD oil cooler hoses for some of those shiney braided numbers with the flash red/blue anodized fittings .
    Now the hoses them self are only about 100mm long. But given the bikes pritty Mutch naked as well as the engine being painted . I reckon the hoses will give it that little bit extra detail in the looks dept .

    Question is where do or can I purchase these for the bike ?
    I've tried a few searches but I just get the STD options . Not the type u see on the hotted up cars and the like.
    IF ITS TO LOUD ! YOUR TOO OLD

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    aeropro do all kinds of braidedlines.

    maybe even give gogear in osbourne park a call. they custom made my brake lines
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    • #3
      oops. speedoflow

      Speedflow Australia -Hoses
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      • #4
        Originally posted by 96 View Post
        Awesome ! That's what I'm after . Can't see price on the site will call them tmoz . Do u know roughly what thed be worth ?
        IF ITS TO LOUD ! YOUR TOO OLD

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        • #5
          not even half a clue.

          sorry.
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          • #6
            You could try pirtek they might be able to make some for you

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            • #7
              Cheers guys .. Couldn't get through to speed flow for some reason . But pirtek were sayin around $80 per hose
              IF ITS TO LOUD ! YOUR TOO OLD

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Slipin View Post
                Cheers guys .. Couldn't get through to speed flow for some reason . But pirtek were sayin around $80 per hose
                So $160 for a standard front?? Or $80 for the whole setup..

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                • #9
                  $160 for the whole setup .. It was a rough quote so could be a lil more or a lil less .
                  IF ITS TO LOUD ! YOUR TOO OLD

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                  • #10
                    Hosemart in Wangara do braided lines as well
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Slipin View Post
                      Cheers guys .. Couldn't get through to speed flow for some reason . But pirtek were sayin around $80 per hose
                      any hose shop will do them

                      ask them are they stainless and whats in side them

                      you may also try any car speed shops not the supermarket ones

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                      • #12
                        try Couplers in Malaga. I had a front brake line from a 250 quoted up a few months ago which came to around $75 for stainless.
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