Some useful posts above for me, having just started to install a gyro. I will look into buying some noodles here in Europe. :)
I think them noodles look horrible and make the bike look tacky and cheap, but that's my opinion.
But brakes weren't designed to look good or bad
Remember, seeing I saw a few and see it alot in the Bike Check section...be SURE the gyro is resting flat on the bottom guides. When you turn the bars it should STAY flat and not go off center at all (crooked). If it goes crooked...redo you bottom cables till it stays flat. Gyro wobble is the #1 thing that turns people away from them. It also robs some stopping power.
TIP: If you can not adjust your gyro with ONLY the brakes or bottom cables...redo it. Correct setup, the top cables and lever adjustments shouldn't EVER be needed.
Best gyro setup I have ever rode (wasnt my bike sadly) is this.
1 reg Ody gyro upper
2 Ody lin cables custom cut and used on a Pervert
2 Odyssey Race Linear cables routed to each side of a set of Fly's
Clear Ody pads with a chrome rim
Spun perfect, and was ultra smooth...smoother than most straight cables.