This kit comprises of 2 front lines for a Triumph Rocket III, complete with stainless steel banjo bolts and copper washers.
Every kit carries our full HEL Performance Lifetime Warranty.
If you have any special requirements (such as increased line lengths, or lines altered for a radial master cylinder etc.) please feel free to call 0412942353
Introduction to HEL Performance Stainless Steel & Titanium Brake Line Kits
Despite what the salesman tells you - every modern motorcycle has compromises normally instigated by accountants rather than engineers. One such compromise is the materials used for the brake hoses on your motorcycle. Rubber hoses or mild steel fittings are cheap but we all know how rubber hose bulges under pressure, allows brake fluid to absorb water vapour from the atmosphere and that mild steel fittings rust...
We manufacture complete replacement stainless steel brake line kits for any motorcycle fitted with an hydraulic brake system. As we only ever use stainless steel fittings for the motorcycle marketplace we can offer the HEL Performance Lifetime Warranty on all brake lines.
Our brake line kits are manufactured from the highest quality stainless steel swaged fittings permanently attached to a stainless steel braided Teflon hose.
The HEL Performance brake line fittings offer safety, security and a slimline attractive finish. All hoses can be supplied to the FMVSS-106 standard and the kits contain all items required for a complete installation including stainless steel banjo bolts and copper washers.
Our brake line kits are provided with a pvc cover available in transparent red, red, "KTM" orange, transparent yellow, yellow, lime "Kawasaki" green, transparent green, transparent neon blue, blue, denim blue, dark blue, purple, pink, black, transparent carbo-look, silver-gray, white or clear, to protect paintwork and fairings.
This pvc cover is extruded onto the hose during manufacture so it adheres to the braid and does not ripple like heat shrink covers normally do. We only ever supply our hoses with this protective cover and since introducing them to the marketplace other companies have followed our lead and we are proud that the quality initiatives we put in place are imitated within the industry.
Why change your brake hoses?
Despite what the salesman tells you, every modern motorcycle has compromises normally instigated by accountants rather than engineers. One such compromise is the materials used for the brake hoses on your motorcycle. Rubber hoses or mild steel fittings are cheap but we all know how rubber hoses bulge under pressure, are porous and allow the brake fluid to absorb water vapour from the atmosphere, and that mild steel fittings rust!