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Author: Subject: Stuart Taylor BEC clutch master cylinder
John G

posted on 30/4/21 at 01:15 PM Reply With Quote
Stuart Taylor BEC clutch master cylinder

I have a Stuart Taylor Phoenix with a zzr 1100 engine. The clutch fluid has been going down and I need to replace the master cylinder. The only markings are 14 with a diameter symbol , so 14mm bore and the letter N inside a circle. There are two mounting lugs on the side of the cylinder.
Will post a picture later. Any ideas on make or replacement?

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BenB

posted on 30/4/21 at 04:57 PM Reply With Quote
You sure it's not the standard one as shown here?

https://www.motorsloop.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=109_110_577&products_id=34696

I know on my ST BEC they just used the standard MC for the bike engine

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John G

posted on 30/4/21 at 05:28 PM Reply With Quote
Yes it looks like the one, many thanks
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daviep

posted on 30/4/21 at 09:05 PM Reply With Quote
I'm sure its obvious but just to be clear it's a rear brake master cylinder.

Davie





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