Do you mean without the dogleg?
That is the thought but, I can understand if not possible. However, would it not be possible to move the fulcrum for the adjuster on the lever to be more on side of the actuating part (excuse my poor terms for the lever components), and then keep the sweeping triumph design from there instead of the dogleg?
I could use Hinkley levers but they look more "Kawasaki" than these. If the lever were moved around the housing so not to project above it they will be about 1" longer than the steel lever. If that is preferable I can do that.
14mm over 5/8"? Have you felt a single disc with 5/8" master? It feels as wooden as the drum brake. With this you can change the feel of the brake without changing masters. I use a 5/8" master with two Grimeca 1010 calipers on 11" discs and it is heavier than I would like.
I haven't, I have just fitted a 12" disc on my OIF Project bike, it came with a AP Racing caliper (From Norman Hyde) So I am curious what to expect. The Disc on my Honda 400/4 (1977) always felt pretty wooden and somewhat useless compared to a brake on a modern bike of any type.
The Master Cylinder I will be using on the OIF is a new LF Harris unit. So i'm assuming this is 5/8"???