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    Formula Oro + Goodridge: illustrated

    Goodridge Kit 107. Two banjo. (syringes are from the Formula bleed kit)



    Goodridge connector before assemble.


    Assembled.


    Parts
    On the left - lever with original bolt and o-rings.
    On the right - caliper with original bolt and o-rings.Original bolt must be used on caliper side!
    Center - Goodridge Kit bolts and o-rings One of those bolts will be used for the lever.


    Assembling and bleeding is standard, guided by Formula manual.

    Lever



    Front caliper


    Rear caliper


    Finished (lines are a little longer, reserved for future use).

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    Setup looks sweet. Had a chance to test the performance yet? Last bike I installed Goodridge lines on it made a big improvemennt.

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    I've installed it two hours ago, no test yet, it's night here I'm sure about perfomance improvement, it's my second goodridge expirience (first was in Shimano brakes). But the main reasons of goodridge lines were:
    - original lines problem. Olives suck!
    - color, design

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    Where can I purchase goodridge kits in the US?? I did a google search and could not locate any. I have Hayes Stroker brakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmangox
    Where can I purchase goodridge kits in the US?? I did a google search and could not locate any. I have Hayes Stroker brakes.
    I sell them, feel free to get in touch via phone or email.

    Larry
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