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Kawasaki Ex 250 Ninja Silver Front & Rear Brake Caps 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 on

US $33.00

Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey, US

Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey, US
Item must be returned within:30 Days Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Pro-tek Manufacturer Part Number:RC-550, RC-100 Placement on Vehicle:Array Surface Finish:Billet Aluminum Warranty:Yes Country of Manufacture:United States Model:1992-2007 EX-250R Ninja Make:Kawasaki Part Type:Front & Rear Brake Reservoir Cap

You are bidding on a Pro-tek CNC billet Front & Rear Brake Reservoir Cap in Silver brite dip aluminum finish that fits many Kawasaki motorcycles. See your listing below

These two reservoir caps are made from 6061 T-6 billet aluminum, are brand new still in original packaging, manufactured in the USA, and all come complete with manufacturer warranty. The rectangle front brake reservoir cap (Pro-tek Part No. RC-550) is 2.60" x 1.75" with two bolt holes and breather vents etched into the underside to prevent gas vapor buildup.  This cap does not come with bolts.  You must use your stock cap bolts. This cap is engraved with the words Pro-tek Racing USA. This reservoir cap replaces only the top cap of the brake reservoir. The blue plastic diaphragm plate and black rubber diaphragm that come in the stock set-up stay in the master cylinder. See the second picture above with the microfiche next to the RC-550 cap(top), diaphragm plate(middle) and rubber diaphragm(bottom). Picture three shows a RC-500 cap also manufactured by Pro-tek that actually has the top cap and blue diaphragm plate combined as a single cap.  This set-up leaves only the rubber diaphragm and removes the blue plastic diaphragm plate and stock cap and installs the new RC-500 cap.  You can get this set-up if you wish by messaging me when you place your order. Both set-ups work. It is a preference whether or not you want to leave the plastic diaphragm in the master cylinder or not. The last picture shows the Pro-tek RC-500 cap next to the Pro-tek RC-550 cap with the stock diaphragm plate inside it.  As you can see, both these set-ups are identical.  You will receive the RC-550 cap unless you mention you want the other RC-500 cap when you place your order. 

The round threaded rear brake cap (Pro-tek Part No. RC-100) is 2.25" x .50" and has the word Pro-tek engraved on it twice.

The retail price for these caps is $50.00.  I appreciate payment within 3 days.

These are not cast aluminum machined later to look like billet (made in China).  These are American made from solid billet aluminum, 100% CNC machined from a name you can trust - Pro-tek - a leader in the motorcycle industry for nearly 20 years.

RC-550/RC-100 Front and Rear Brake Reservoir Cap Application Chart

1992-2007 Kawasaki Ninja EX-250
1992-2001 Kawasaki ZX-600 C/D/E
1995-1997 Kawasaki ZX-6R
2006-2008 Kawasaki EX-650R Ninja
2005-2006 Kawasaki Z-750S
2000-2004 Kawasaki ZR-7S
2003-2006 Kawasaki Z-1000
2000-2005 Kawasaki ZX-12R

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