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Losttheplot
13-02-08, 21:43
has anyone found shorter clutch and brake levers for there G series?

After riding the XChallenge on sunday i did find the levers a bit on the long side, especially whilst stood up and only using a couple of fingers to brake and clutch.

When you pulled the levers backed it could be possible to squash the remaining fingers.

I know it's possible to get a shorter brake lever, i've seen them fitted on brembo master cylinders on husqvarna bikes.

Just not sure about the clutch? Is this is a standard off the shelf part fitted to many other bikes or bmw specific??

komatias
15-02-08, 15:15
Hacksaw and dremmel job maybe?

Losttheplot
15-02-08, 16:50
Hacksaw and dremmel job maybe?

I did consider that, but if a lever does not have a ball on the end, then i doubt it will pass scrutineering at any of the rallies....

Deadskin
15-02-08, 19:46
Nathan
PM Adventure boy he's put some Zeta 2 finger levers on his XChallenge,
they were originally on his DRZ but machined to fit :)

http://www.advrider.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=148799&stc=1&d=1201212456

Losttheplot
15-02-08, 19:52
Nathan
PM Adventure boy he's put some Zeta 2 finger levers on his XChallenge,
they were originally on his DRZ but machined to fit :)

http://www.advrider.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=148799&stc=1&d=1201212456

Those look just the ticket!

Thanks! :beerjug: