- Spiegler Brake Lines | Spiegler Brakes
Spiegler Performance Parts was founded on the concept of providing motorcycle enthusiasts innovative technology, crafted using the highest quality materials available and with customer service that's second to none.
They've built their reputation designing and manufacturing brake lines that are DOT approved, assuring riders of a product they can rely on and trust. Spiegler uses their own in-house research and development data acquired on high-pressure test benches. And, because of the exceptional strength and durability of Spiegler Brake Lines, they can offer customers a lifetime warranty on their brake lines.
Manufactured in Dayton, OH and distributed from our centrally-located head office we can deliver stock OEM and custom brake lines in the shortest time possible. In the world of high-performance aftermarket motorcycle parts, Spiegler is a name that enthusiasts and dealers have come to count on for highest quality products and service anywhere. It's our business and our passion.
Spiegler's braided brake line kits give you the performance and look of a race bike. Not all stainless steel braided brake lines are the same in terms of quality and performance. Spiegler uses only the finest materials available for their brake line components and they develop, design and manufacture the lines in their own facility located in Dayton, Ohio. These lines can be seen on club and professional level race bikes across the country.
CL brake pads (formerly Carbone Lorraine) offers a great line of brake pads for your street or race bike. The all-new XBK5 is great choice for enhanced street performance, as well as for trackday riders at the racetrack. The previous C44 and C55 CL pads have been upgraded to the C59 pad - specifically made for closed-course racing only. It's CL's premiere-level brake pad for the best performance available.
LSL Crash Pads are designed to better absorb and dissipate impacts. The plastic insert deforms on impact thereby improving protection. Its arched shape acts like a skid to guide the direction of a slide by better absorbing the energy of a crash the new impact pads also reduce potential damage to the brackets and fasteners. This means that after a low-speed crash only the plastic insert may need replacing.