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Old May 30th 2017, 10:27 AM   #1
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1st Gen Bosch ABS 9ME Banjo Bolts

The first 1199 Panigales have a Bosch ABS unit with two different Banjo bolt sizes.
Two bolts are M10x1, the other two are much bigger.
Does anybody know the size or where to source these in Titanium?
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Quick google search yielded this. The First size you mentioned looks to be on the first row.

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I have set in stainless I am looking to get rid of (made by HEL performance)
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I have set in stainless I am looking to get rid of (made by HEL performance)
Can you measure them (the two big ones)?
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I have a pile of these things (Titanium) in different lengths and thread pitch. Can you give me the specs of what you need?
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I have a pile of these things (Titanium) in different lengths and thread pitch. Can you give me the specs of what you need?
Thanks Endodoc! I didn't want to open the hydraulics because it's a PITA to get the air out of it afterwards
I guess I have to take the "hard" route... I'll let you know the specs.
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Can you measure them (the two big ones)?
OK they are M12 with a 1.0 fine pitch thread. Total length is 24mm, thread length is 14mm, 17mm hex head (socket size). These were supplied to me by HEL direct. I was the prototype customer for a set of their replacement brake lines for the Panigale back in 2014, as they had never made a set up that included the rigid sections for the rear and front brake lines. Sadly they proved too difficult to make, or at least the very first ones they made and sent me back looked great but did not quite fit right, as the angles of the rigid sections were a little off. The deal was they would keep my OEM lines if they used them as a pattern and I would get this first set free. I sent them back and they returned my originals. Shame as I believe they don't have the time to invest in one offs anymore unless you plan on ordering en masse. Hope this info helps. Here is a pic of the brake lines with polished rigid sections all in stainless.
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Topolino. Thanks for the info and nice write up. Ok so these things are M12, 1.0 fine pitch and 24mm in length. Im going hunting through the Titanium swamp. I have these. They were made by Mettec for some auto project. Urs I will PM you.
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OK they are M12 with a 1.0 fine pitch thread. Total length is 24mm, thread length is 14mm, 17mm hex head (socket size). These were supplied to me by HEL direct. I was the prototype customer for a set of their replacement brake lines for the Panigale back in 2014, as they had never made a set up that included the rigid sections for the rear and front brake lines. Sadly they proved too difficult to make, or at least the very first ones they made and sent me back looked great but did not quite fit right, as the angles of the rigid sections were a little off. The deal was they would keep my OEM lines if they used them as a pattern and I would get this first set free. I sent them back and they returned my originals. Shame as I believe they don't have the time to invest in one offs anymore unless you plan on ordering en masse. Hope this info helps. Here is a pic of the brake lines with polished rigid sections all in stainless.
Great info, thank you very much!

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Topolino. Thanks for the info and nice write up. Ok so these things are M12, 1.0 fine pitch and 24mm in length. Im going hunting through the Titanium swamp. I have these. They were made by Mettec for some auto project. Urs I will PM you.
That would be awesome! Thanks!!

For you other guys: All newer Panigales have an ABS unit with four M10x1 banjo bolts. It's only the first generation Panigale (2012) that comes with two M10x1 and two M12x1!

Now that I am thinking about banjo bolts... I can't remember whether I mentioned this in another thread: There are to other weirdo "single" banjo bolts on all Panigales: M10x1 long thread version (approx 17mm). One to connect the oil pressure switch to the right engine case, the other connects the cooling water system to the heat exchanger. I never found a fitting Ti replacement, so I used normal Ti M10x1 bolts. Works, but isn't really the NASA/MIL way
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Gecko The oil pressure switch on my 1299's take the standard banjo. I replaced the entire unit anyhow with a light weight unit that has an alloy banjo but the original steel unit I have came with the standard length banjo. Now I need 2 odd sized bolts for the Staubli Brembo banjo mounts. They ship with a single steel banjo but the thread length is 5mm longer than the standard banjo. Have not found an al or ti version of that size. I was just going to take a M10x1.0 Ti bolt and put it in the lathe and make a banjo bolt out of it but Im having a hard time finding a M10x1.0 Ti bolt. You can see the bolts here. Not pretty
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