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There's a threaded adjuster between the end of the brake pedal and the rear master cylinder
 

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I need to lower it by 4cm. Is it possible?

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I don't know. Have you checked your bike? You can also pull the lever from the splined section of the brake pedal and readjust a notch beside.

You definitely need to experiment.

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The brake pedal shaft is splined at the end where the arm, which connects to the master cylinder, is. Undo the bolt on the arm, and remove it, and then wiggle (it'll probably be a bit stuck on there) the brake pedal assembly off the arm. You can then adjust the height you need it at, and make finer adjustments to the amount of brake lever travel with the adjuster on the master cylinder piston rod.


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Thanks but my English not so good and I don't think I can do it without photos. Thanks anyway

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Oh well. You now know it can be done. So, take a few tools outside and have fun. ;-)
 

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Just a Tip for the future.
In a Rd07, remove the bolts that hold the rear brake actuator so that you can move the pedal with ease.
 

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Sorry for bringing back a dead topic, but hoping someone can shed light here.

I'm trying to get the master cylinder off the spline so I can adjust my brake pedal height down, but it is thoroughly jammed in there. Got the clamp nut loosened and have been beating at the mechanism with a hammer trying to slide it off the spline. Got it moved about 3mm, but no more. Any advice?

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Figured it out. Pinch bolt needs to be completely removed, not just loosened.
 
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