Vespa 50 Special Elestart CRIMAZ Brake Master Cylinder

Product Code: BD16901

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Cristian Mazelli is a dedicated Vespa enthusiast and he has been most active on the Italian scooter racing scene for many years. During his time as a racer he was constantly faced with material and part quality problems he deemed as unsuitable for the task in hand. To ease these bottlenecks in supply he decided to use his career-based knowledge of industrial research and development to create parts under his own name that he now markets under the 'CRIMAZ' logo. Beautifully detailed solutions combined with very high production quality are the results!

for Vespa 50 Special/​Elestart

  • incl. master brake cylinder, mounting plate and lever

For race use only. Not admitted in the area of the German StVZO!

A fully hydraulic front brake is THE must-have upgrade for any Vespa model! The precise braking-point and enormous transmission of force to the brake pads stop any Vespa, quickly and safely. To upgrade a semi-hydraulic GRIMECA system to fully-hydraulic a steering assembly mounted Brake Master Cylinder (BMC) is required and a suitably sized brake-hose. This all-new brake master cylinder, produced by CRIMAZ, is mounted using the existing fixing threads found on the underside of the steering assembly - plug & play! The 11mm brake pump mechanism is operated by the original cable-type brake lever, leaving the original appearance of the Vespa steering assembly largely intact.