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I have a '03 1800 S and want to change all the cable lines over to stainless steel. I do have the Aeromach 4 inch Pullback Risers added to my bike and also will be fitting a Hoope Fairing (in case that makes any differences).

I have done a search for the answer and did not see the answer... That said I bet someone finds the post that answers my question exactly. Sorry if that happens but after the last 45 minute I am giving up.

I would like to get a kit that will fit my bike/setup that is from the same company so all the lines look the same. Is there a place that has all the throttle, brake and clutch stainless steel connections? Are there any other ones I need for the complete changeover?

If I can afford it I would like to be able to do this. But I really want them all to match.

Thanx for all the help,
Gary
 

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Most of the major maufacturers sell the clutch line separate from the brake set, but that doesn't mean you can't have a matching clutch line; it just means you have to be specific about matching the fittings when you order. There are several sets tailor made for the VTX1800. HDL sells a Spiegler set for which you can also get the matching clutch line. The manifold is different from stock, but many people like that look much better.

The complete set is about $520.

I purchase my braided lines from Viking. The full set comes in $200 cheaper than the Spieglers. The manifold is pretty much a chrome duplicate of the stock lines - very clean.

I used to have Aeromach 4" risers, and you can buy the stock lengths. Viking makes it very easy to bump the brake/clutch line up in 2" increments if you need longer.
http://www.vikingmotorcycle.com/detail.asp?PRODUCT_ID=VMCBLKxx
 

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we sell our brake/clutch line kits with all the brake lines and this also includes the clutch line in the kit. they are available in extended versions and are also available in colored lines. they are made for us by goodridge.
you can see them at www.hondaws.com
i think you will be happy with any of the steel braided line kits, the braking feel is much better
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