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Auto parts stores around here sell brake lines. They're easy to bend being soft steelTry riding it as it is for a while and see if you get used to it. I've been riding mine for a year and a half - probably 15K - and it feels pretty normal. I could probably lock up the rear wheel if I wanted to. I'm also one of those odd guys who prefers de-linked brakes since there are times I don't want to apply the front brake, but do want some braking action.
I believe the pictured "valve" is just a three-way junction and does not have any proportioning effect.
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I de-linked my LM2 and it had a similar setup that I'm fairly certain is just a 3 way junction, I removed the junction BTW and fitted new braided hoses to suitable sized master cylinders to front and rear.
There are some bikes with proportioning valves. The manifold pictured is not one of them. It is a simple splitter. The proportioning valves I have seen have bleeders or a separate valve in-line with the brake.
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