ACCOSSATO 19X PRS ADJUSTABLE BILLET RADIAL BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER (CNC WORKED) W/ FOLDING LEVER RST
For professional use and those demanding the best, the Accossato 19PRS billet aluminum radial brake master cylinder with variable lever ratio makes it the ultimate weapon for competition race bikes which use on double disc brake rotor setup since it allows the rider to tune up or down the brake feel and response to meet their individual riding style. The master cylinder has a 19mm piston and is CNC machined to meet the exact tolerances for extraordinary braking performance and feel required during racing. Accossato has been producing Italian made sportbike components for original and aftermarket use since 1969.
This brake master includes a folding, standard length RST lever with anti-drag inlet hole machined into the lever end for the passage of air at high speed. This is a popular choice for track and race riders.
This brake master cylinder has the revolutionary Accossato PRS system which allows the rider to make tool free adjustments of the lever center distance selecting between the moderate (17 mm), firm (18mm), or most responsive (19 mm). The advantage of the Accossato PRS comes from the relationship of the piston which is kept “in-axis” (meaning on a "straight line") as it acts on the position of the fulcrum during all lever adjustments. For this reason, the power of the Accossato PRS 19x-17-18-19 is an upgrade over other variable distance master cylinders. This technology was invented by Accossato, is not found on the RCS, and guarantees a more precise, immediate, and powerful feel with reduced wear on the internal gasket, piston, and cylinder wall.
The feeling with the lever is immediate and braking is powerful, exact and without compromise: this result was possible thanks to a reduction in the tolerances of the mechanical workings and the couplings of the different parts of the pump.
Accossato produces race quality master cylinders and braking components using a 100% quality-control process mandating all core components to be inspected under a microscope before assembly, pressure calibrated, and vacuum tested upon final assembly.