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Hopefully this is in the right place. Hey guys, my 99 monster 750 took a pretty bad spill last year. A state cop pulled out infront of me with no lights on in the middle of the night on a 45. Luckily I got out with some road rash, minor ligament tears in the wrist and bruises. I'm rebuilding the bike and one of the pieces I'm having trouble finding is the actual reservoir. The part number is for the entire front brake system. Now I know I can use aftermarket reservoirs, but I'd like to keep it true. It appears that a few other bikes have the same reservoir, but i'm not sure if the other fitments are identical to make them interchangeable. Anyways, would appreciate any advice and/or information on the matter. Even if anyone has a spare laying around and can help. Thanks for reading! - Chris
 

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900 must be different from the m750 model. I heard the 900 always has diff parts from the smaller models :(
The supersports have these brake differences between 750 and 900 as well as the wet vs dry clutch.
The 900 master cylinder would be a good upgrade IF your bike has the twin disk front brake, otherwise it might make for a very sensitive front brake.
 

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I had an ‘01 750 Dark and it had two front discs. The earlier 750’s had a single disc IIRC, so pay attention to the year range.
 
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