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    Sei 900 rear master cylinder

    hopefully somebody can help me.
    I need a replacement rear master cylinder for my SEI 900 that is gradually being brought back to life.
    The nipple supplying the hydraulic fluid is missing on my bike.
    I assume the whole assembly must be common to other bikes. If someone could let me know which ones I might be able to find one somewhere.
    Similarly, the fork stanchions need attention. Could send them for hard chrome plating but equally I could get replacement set if I knew what other models they were fitted to
    Thanks in advance

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    Try Selwyn motorcycles in Balsham they should be able to help you. I got some stanchions for a Benelli 254 from them last month.
    good luck I am just getting my 2nd 900 sei back on the road.

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    Thanks. I spoke to them last week. They recommend hard chrome plating for the forks but as far as the master cylinder is concerned they can only supply a "different" one that will require an adaptor bracket & I don't like the sound of that

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    Hi Montie, try Benelli De or Benelli Bauer in Germany they have lots of spares both are on the internet. The place to have forks rechromed is Philpots in Luton best in the country. Lots of friends have had them sorted there and I think they can arrange pick up if you live a long way away.

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    That's great. Many thanks. I did phone Philpotts and they sounded very helpful. They said they can repaint the fork legs too while the stancions are being rechromed. I am a bit worrie about the colour matching though. My Sei is red do you have the colour ref by any chance. Thanks in advance.

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    This site list the colour as DAF coral red it will be hard to match as the original paint will have faded. I took the seat tail piece of to have some coloured matched years ago that worked well.

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    Thanks. That is very helpful. I have managed to source an airfilter assembly but still need the rear master cylinder body or the Brembo reference number. Thanks in advance

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    Have look on Ebay I saw a new master cyclinder that looks like a Benelli sei type

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    Hi Richard. Yes I have been looking but without the brembo part number it is almost impossible. Lots look similar but when you ask if they will fit you get the "dunno mate" which is not much help. I already know Selwyn can sell me one that doesn't fit.
    I did find one in the States listed as 1995 Husaberg FE350 FE501 Brembo Rear Brake Master Cylinder which looks close to right but needless to say the seller is clueless as to whether or not it will fit. Really I just need the nipple, according to Selwyn these aren't available either. It must be part of the MC assembly but where to get one especially without the part number.
    Obviously I have a parts catalogue but that just lists the Benelli part no.
    Any further help appreciated

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    OK. So to anyone who is interested the chap to speak to about any Brembo parts is Ian Edwards at Mode Performance. He is extremely knowledgeable and very helpful.

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