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I recently had my clutch lever broken and decided to get something better than the OEM provided with the FT. I ended buying Pazzo and they just don't look awesome but they are by far better quality. I have attached some pictures so you can see the differences. By the way there are 6 levels of adjustment to get the levers closer/away from the grip. Pazzo is made in Canada (Langley BC) and the aluminum is from the USA.
 

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Aftermarket levers are required on both the 800 and 1100 in my opinion. If anyone wants a set for the 800 I’ve got some black ones.
 

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Since we're on the subject… I have some really 'crappy' cheap one's free to a good home in Australia if anyone's interested. I say crappy - they worked just fine but went from a cool black colour to some weird black/dark green colour from the sun. I felt flush one day and replaced them with Evotech ones.
 

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Not the OEM ones the adjustable ones they cost me about £50 from what I remember and not from China I’ll take £32.50 all in the £2.50 being the cost of postage. Actually they are like the ones above but all black.
 

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I love my Pazzos! I got them in all black with the yellow adjuster
 

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I've been buying mine from China and the quality is excellent. I bought an extra pair in black long just in case. I also have levers for my other bikes from same company, six years on the Husky and minimal fading. The bits I had made local faded faster.


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Anyone know the piston bore size for the front brake master cylinder?
I am in need of a replacement, along with the brake lever but cant find the size anywhere online. I have seen some kits for good prices, but most say they are 12.7mm bore and compatible with the scrambler. I am a bit hesitant because I thought it should be closer to 14 or 15mm, and I don't want to compromise on the brakes. Since you guys are talking about brakes, thought you may know.
 

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Anyone know the piston bore size for the front brake master cylinder?
I am in need of a replacement, along with the brake lever but cant find the size anywhere online. I have seen some kits for good prices, but most say they are 12.7mm bore and compatible with the scrambler. I am a bit hesitant because I thought it should be closer to 14 or 15mm, and I don't want to compromise on the brakes. Since you guys are talking about brakes, thought you may know.
I don't know the size but just remember that it's only one disc therefore there's less fluid displacement needed, hence maybe the smaller bore than you thought.
 
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