Wondering if there is such a thing? I've tryed to rotate the lever forward, but the housing underneath the lever touches the bar. I'd prefer if the ends of my fingers touched the lever rather than my middle knuckles. 00TLS.
Saw this on another forum:
Safety Recall Notice
Dear Motion Pro Customer:
Motion Pro, Inc., has decided that a defect which relates to motor vehicle safety exists in some of its aftermarket motorcycle brake levers with Part Number...
my 'baby' has broken the rear brake lever and price of an new one is CRAZY, so I'm thinking about buy a used one but here in Spain I saw 3 TLs in all my life, so my question is: some GSXR or Busa has the same lever?
I put an OEM Busa lever on it to replace the busted one that was on it when I got it. Now when pulled in to about an inch from the bar you can feel and hear a pop/click come from the piston in the cylinder :confused
I need to change the fluid in there anyways, should I just get another clutch...
As it says I am in need of a clutch lever. I am in San Diego and would like to find one local so I can get my ride on sooner than later. Beggers can't be choosy so anything closer than China would be great, thank you for any help you might be able to offer.
Please help:banghead.......i have a hydrolic clutch on my bike and since ive owned it (4 months) the bite is a long way out on the lever- almost fully out which makes riding through town really uncomfortable! ive tried bleeding the clutch which helped for about 10mins then it went back to where...
So.. as some of you know, I put my TLR down a couple weeks ago,, and snapped off my clutch lever and shift lever. anywho. long story short, I finally got the parts in, installation was a snap on the clutch and brake lever, but the shift lever was a little more difficult, but we got her done...
having a harh time getting the lever off. the allen screw that holds the peg housing that holds the lever on won't break loose. do i have to replace the entire assembly or should the allen bolt break loose?:banghead:banghead:banghead:confused help i want to ride tomorrow!
Hey tl experts I need your help, I dropped the bike yesterday and the clutch lever and the shift lever broke ( I think that's what u call it).
My question is what other bike has the same shift lever as the tl1000r?
What is the difference between a 97 TLS clutch lever and a 98 + TLS clutch lever ?
can I fit a 98 aftermarket clutch lever to my 97 TLS ?
I know pazzo, titax etc do 97 levers (bit pricey), but the copies on ebay and a few others only do 98+.
What am I missing ? :confused
Black Pazzo lever with red adjusters.
Fits an OEM TLR clutch (or any bike running a TL hydro clutch for you TLS guys :devious)
Small amount of rash on the tip, I covered up the scratch with some black marker, great condition other wise. See pics for details.
$45 USD + shipping
Post up dibs...
I was doing some homework on which models share the same levers, either Brake/Clutch or Both. I used the Pazzo website and there part nos. to do the comparison and come up with the following.
Don't know if it's useful or not but better to post it here than just have it sitting in my documents...
As is says I'm looking for a rear brake lever, mine finally broke. The bike got backed into a few months ago and the lever got bent. I heated it and bent it back but I knew eventually it would give and it did last night. Figured I would look here before I go to the stealership... :)
I'm actually curious about if this is a problem, or I'm just doing something wrong, whenever I start my bike and hit the fast idle lever it works fine, but, when I switch the lever off, it still idles at 1800, it doesn't move until i give it a little gas, I leave the fast idle on until it hits...