New RSD Radial Masters

1rsdThese new race inspired radial master cylinders with a built-in reservoir are classic RSD styling.

They offer fully adjustable levers and clearance for stock switch housings.

This versatile system will drastically improve your brake/clutch system from the master cylinder down.

• Race driven radial technology gets the most out of your stock or aftermarket brake caliper by increasing leverage • Compatible with OEM switch housings and CANbus wiring • Mirror mount clamp sold both with masters or individually • 1” bar clamping diameter • Twist adjuster easily modifies the lever distance from the handlebar • 2.5” of lever adjustment • CNC machined from billet aluminum • Brake light switch included • Lever surface shape designed for a comfortable and smooth feel • Brake masters available for 9/16” bore for single disc & 11/16” bore for dual disc applications / Clutch masters are 11/16” bore • Mounting hardware included • Machined RSD logo.

More info at Roland Sands Design



11 Responses to “New RSD Radial Masters”

  1. 1 unbranded Nov 13th, 2016 at 11:41 am

    I long for the day when Mr. Sands puts out a piece of hardware that does not have his initials all over it. The self promotion is so “in your face” it has driven me away from both his and his father’s (PM) wares.

  2. 2 Cantrell Nov 13th, 2016 at 7:54 pm

    unbranded…I’m with you on this subject. When I pay for higher priced items I don’t think I should be advertising for them too. If they want me to advertise their products they need to pay me!

  3. 3 Mike Nov 13th, 2016 at 8:13 pm

    RSD makes cool stuff no doubt. Problem besides the initials on everything is the price being about 5 to 10 times more than it should be. I really don’t need a $400 air cleaner, or in this case a $469 (!) brake lever.

  4. 4 JohnnySpeed Nov 14th, 2016 at 6:21 am

    I agree. The branding is obnoxious and the price is way too steep. That goes for most of PM’s other product lines as well. I don’t understand why his parts are so popular.

  5. 5 Jim Tom Nov 14th, 2016 at 9:45 am

    Amusing that people think the manufacturers logo shouldn’t be on his own product. Marketing 101. Personally, I can’t afford any of his stuff but he not only has teh right but it’s just good business to put his initials on his product line. It’s how many consumers learn of a product’s origin and how they can acquire it (those fortunate enough to have the money)

  6. 6 JohnnySpeed Nov 14th, 2016 at 10:36 am

    Jim Tom – I have the money to buy it and it’s not marketing 101 for premium products. It’s PM/RS’s right to slap as many cheezy logos on the products as possible. I have the right to say it’s cheezy and not buy it. Not everyone wants their bike to look like a Nike shirt from 1993.

  7. 7 fuji Nov 14th, 2016 at 5:07 pm

    I own a Harley and have a Harley vest ,t shirt ,boots, belt buckle, socks, bandanna ,air cleaner, on and on but dislike logos, Wink Wink.

  8. 8 VForce Nov 14th, 2016 at 9:53 pm

    7 comments and not one stating the irony of RSD announcing overpriced braking components after the Sturgis jump?

    And for the record he could have easily put his logo on those levers at least three more times in that available space.

  9. 9 SYF Nov 15th, 2016 at 1:01 pm

    Yeah V Force. I even forgot about that. Good on you.

  10. 10 Mack Nov 16th, 2016 at 7:56 am

    The ” sturgis jump”…I believe a phrase has been coined

  11. 11 hacksaws garage Nov 18th, 2016 at 12:09 am

    i agree with the logo overkill. especially his huge gold emblem on his 2 into one pipe. some folks have the money or the will to pay for the name. i think its cheeze. nice stuff, no doubt. but so are Coach handbags .

    the comparison to harley is rediculous. harley is a motorcycle. allthough i dont go overboard with genuine hd stuff either.
    i basicly boycott RSD even when i crave one of his parts. there are plenty of small shops that make great stuff. how many parts does sands actually make with his own hands?

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