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    Hi I thought I would post this thread for a replacement brake lever just to confirm that there is an adjustable lever out there that's not too expensive and gives you a better grip on the lever without too much stretch

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1307575231...84.m1438.l2649

    I have just received this one to day and fitted it and it works well, no mods just plug and play

    It allows for two adjustments one for the lever stretch 4 settings and an adjustable screw for the piston on the master cylinder.

    The lever I got was silver colour rather than the black shown but you may be able to get black.

    The lever is slightly wider than the stock one and has a nicer feel for that, for me anyway.

    I am still trying to get one for the clutch, but as the matching one to this is also hydraulic its no good.

    I will post if I find one or if anyone has a link to one I would be grateful

    Dave
    Last edited by dave120v; 11-10-2013 at 11:12 AM.

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    Great, useful information, worthy of being a "Sticky"

    Thanks.



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    Hi I thought I would include the fitted photos so you can see the result
    If you look in picture two you can just see the adjuster screw for the piston

    hope this helps

    Dave

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    http://www.wunderlichamerica.com/motorcycle/F650/8160121-123.html

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    've fitted these. Brake & clutch .No bother. Straight in.

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    Nice one, and cheap. Anything for the GS?

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    I take it that these fit because the ducati uses a brembo brake system very similar to the f650?

    Ducati 916 Biposto 1997 Replacement Motorcycle Front Brake Lever

    worth putting the description as well as ebay links can disappear then we have no idea what the original was

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    Hi Ransom,

    Yes good idea thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by amorti View Post
    Nice one, and cheap. Anything for the GS?
    Heaps around for the GSs, google them

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    Thanks.
    Photos were really useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave120v View Post
    Hi I thought I would post this thread for a replacement brake lever just to confirm that there is an adjustable lever out there that's not too expensive and gives you a better grip on the lever without too much stretch

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1307575231...84.m1438.l2649

    I have just received this one to day and fitted it and it works well, no mods just plug and play

    It allows for two adjustments one for the lever stretch 4 settings and an adjustable screw for the piston on the master cylinder.

    The lever I got was silver colour rather than the black shown but you may be able to get black.

    The lever is slightly wider than the stock one and has a nicer feel for that, for me anyway.

    I am still trying to get one for the clutch, but as the matching one to this is also hydraulic its no good.

    I will post if I find one or if anyone has a link to one I would be grateful

    Dave
    Hi Dave

    Does the brake light still work OK?
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