Please select make, model and yearBrake Lines and Cables
Brake cables and lines that are stronger than stock in most cases.
JERRY in TN
The line is of good quality but it is about an inch too long for my yz250f and I have to keep an eye on it so it dosen't rub my spokes.Read All Reviews
CURT in IL
Unreal braking power and feel especially when matched up with a oversized rotor (I use a driven rotor). This IS the galfer line. Galfer is printed on the side with nothing that says tusk. Apparently they just buy the lines from galfer and sell them for less. It looks exactly like the picture of the galfer line. There is red on the top and bottom but a black sheath over the middle. It's the galfer line. I bought and used the line before getting the rotor. I thought the honda brakes were great before. The line brings them into a new league. The power is substantially improved. No disadvantages to getting one of these. The feel is improved too with a more progressive feel. Adding the oversized rotor later, gave another significant jump in performance. I'd say the line gave more power than feel and the rotor gave more feel than power but both feel and power were improved with each upgrade. I will never have a bike without a line and rotor. It's soo much better. All the top racers use both. Braking is a huge part in reducing lap times. Braking is really underrated (and talked about) in motocross, but is known to be of utmost importance in different types of racing.Read All Reviews