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Just installed some after market foot levers for both brake and gear change.

gear side was easy and I am no mechanic.

brake side was a whole different storey.

getting the OEM lever off was Ok, however the cylindrical part of the OEM lever was 1.5 mm longer than the aftermarket part.

this may not seem much but when you put the spring around the cylinder and compress the spring as you need to to fit it, the spring slides off the end of the Cylinder and then is crushed between the frame and the lever - this stops you installing the lever properly.

4 hours and a lot of swearing later I have managed to get them on and am pleased with the result.

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Hello motopilot. Clutch is actually still original wet clutch, but yes it is not the cheapest upgrade.looks good though!
 

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Levers are from Ducabike.

normally really good product - well designed and precision manufactured, but on this occasion 1.5 mm made all the difference.
 

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hello greyduster

You could replace the levers and then use the oem pegs.

my pegs don't hinge but you can also buy hinged pegs to fit.
 

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Digging the clear clutch cover - thinking about finding an OEM cover from a monster or something and machining it to make the same thing at a fraction of the cost. Now if I could just find one....
 

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Just installed some after market foot levers for both brake and gear change.

gear side was easy and I am no mechanic.

brake side was a whole different storey.

getting the OEM lever off was Ok, however the cylindrical part of the OEM lever was 1.5 mm longer than the aftermarket part.

this may not seem much but when you put the spring around the cylinder and compress the spring as you need to to fit it, the spring slides off the end of the Cylinder and then is crushed between the frame and the lever - this stops you installing the lever properly.

4 hours and a lot of swearing later I have managed to get them on and am pleased with the result.

posting this as a warning for others! View attachment 2999 View attachment 3000 View attachment 3001 View attachment 3002
Can you walk me through the gear lever change?
 
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