HEL Performance Motorcycle Brake Lines & Brake Hoses
HEL Performance specialise in the manufacture of all stainless steel motorcycle brake lines and hoses in over 65 countries around the world.
With over 3,800 stainless steel brakeline kits and a large range of oil cooler and stainless steel oil line kits we are sure there will be something in our range for your motorcycle.
The most powerful part of your motorcycle is not the engine - it's the brakes. That's a fact! Consider this - A GSXR1000 can do a standing quarter mile in 10.8 seconds with a terminal speed of 138mph - the brakes can do the same amount of work, but in reverse, in just 6.8 seconds - and by fitting HEL Performance Stainless Steel Brake Lines you can make them even more powerful.
We only sell Stainless Steel and Titanium components -- How conscientious is your current supplier?
HEL will NOT sell Aluminium Fittings For Brake Lines - Read why...
HEL will NOT sell Kevlar Covered Brake Lines For Your Bike - Read why...
Why change your brake hoses?
Despite what the salesman tells you - every modern motorcycle has compromises normally instigated by accountants rather than engineers. One such compromise is the materials used for the brake hoses on your motorcycle. Rubber hoses or mild steel fittings are cheap but we all know how rubber hoses bulge under pressure, are porous and allow the brake fluid to absorb water vapour from the atmosphere and that mild steel fittings rust... read more about the benefits of HEL Performance stainless steel brake line components »
New 'Brake Doctor' Pages
We are always being asked about additional information with regard to the braking system and felt that it was about time that we offered a detailed information base covering the whole of the hydraulic braking system on a motorcycle.
Within our new brake doctor pages you will find all of the information you require with regard to the braking system on your bike including stainless steel brake hoses and lines, discs, drums, master cylinders, bleeding the system, hints, tips and more... visit the brake doctor pages »
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