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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-07-2013, 08:06 PM Thread Starter
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Default Performance Machine Countour series brake reservoir question

So I'm thinking of going to the Performance Machine Countour series.

I'm going to change my bars and go with an internal throttle and would like to use the contour series levers and brake reservoir. Should I expect any issues ? reservoir capacity ? I don't see why this wouldn't work but wanted to put it out there.

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I have pm controls on mine. Everything went on just fine.
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You will have to get a custom clutch cable that will work with harley front and victory back end. I called barnett and had one made no problem.
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That's good to know thanks. Would love to see some pics.

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Here are some pictures. Do not mined the no clutch cable and tank. working on the bike.
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Default thanks. how's the ano quality

So is that a daily driver for u ? How long have u had them ? Just curious how the anodize black is holding up to the sun. If things turn purple on me I send em back for exchange. I would hope that pm is pretty high quality and has their ano tech down.
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I have had them for over a year. I have put atleast 6000 miles on the bike since I got them on. The hard ano looks just like the day I got them. I know what you mean about the purple. Looks like crap. My mirrors have started to do that and they were put on the same time.
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Make sure if you get them you get the brake switch. It dosent come with one. All you have to do is tap into the stock wires and you are good to go.
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Yeah its caused by a number of things. Dirty tank, bad sealer, organic dye etc. I'm dealing w mbw on exchanging the vertical primary mount plate frame I got. Went completely purple. Thankfully they are swapping it out. Hopefully the newer runs are better but I might clear it w something b4 I put it on. Thanx for the info man.

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Looks great, anyone else have different hand controls they can share pics of. I'd love to find some new billet chrome sleek looking ones that match the bike better...possibly with hydraulic clutch.


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