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    Ordered some silver shorty's . Thanks for the link!

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    I got a 09 n they slotted right in ?

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    Just spotted these on eBay 260702755305

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    Just been looking at these ones whihch I think are the ones BB got? Just have to decide on colour. Was going to go for black shorty ones with red bit but noticed at the moment the standard ones are silver so may go for those...

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=STRK:MEWAX:IT

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    Once the original brake lever is off, what's the method for the removal of the bit that needs to be swaped from the old to the new lever? i.e. the dangley bit that wont come out for some reason. Ta!

    Cheers.

    H..

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    Quote Originally Posted by H.. View Post
    Once the original brake lever is off, what's the method for the removal of the bit that needs to be swaped from the old to the new lever? i.e. the dangley bit that wont come out for some reason. Ta!

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    the pushrod is retained with a grub screw

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandyv2 View Post
    the pushrod is retained with a grub screw
    It is held in well with loctite so give it a little heat and it will come out hopefully

    I ended up bashing a slightly oversized imperial allen key in to get it to budge

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozz69 View Post
    Just been looking at these ones whihch I think are the ones BB got? Just have to decide on colour. Was going to go for black shorty ones with red bit but noticed at the moment the standard ones are silver so may go for those...

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=STRK:MEWAX:IT
    Think I will be getting some of these after BB1000's recommendation....

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    ozz can you let me no now you get on with them?? ie delivery, fitting? cos im thinking of ordering some my self
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by redratbike View Post
    do they do rearsets as well?
    My mate's just bought a trackday r1 thats got the short levers and rearsets fitted. Levers are brilliant and rearsets look good too but one of the linkages on the gear side is a bit sloppy. I'm sure that its just a bolt thats too long thats causing it and they look right good quality.

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    Just fitted a set to mine, look well smart. I couldnt get the grub screw out so had to drill it out with a 3mm drill bit then re-tap the hole to M4 & fit a new grub screw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjohn69 View Post
    ozz can you let me no now you get on with them?? ie delivery, fitting? cos im thinking of ordering some my self
    cheers
    I went for these ones in the end:

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=STRK:MEWNX:IT

    They came through quite quick and look very good quality. Not had a chance to fit them as yet though....

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    Hi guys just fitted a set from moto88gp and i am very impressed, took me 10 mins to fit (and im a builder)cost me 23 +10 postage. they are the short ones the brake is imense but the clutch is a bit heavy but again as a builder not to much of a hassle might look into a different clutch slave any advice on which would be great
    Bryan

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    Hey ozz ive just clicked your link after i wrote ma post DOH hey good choice, the hardest part of fitting is taking the little plunger bits off the old levers.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryanthegoat View Post
    Hey ozz ive just clicked your link after i wrote ma post DOH hey good choice, the hardest part of fitting is taking the little plunger bits off the old levers.....
    Just spotted they were the same. Good to hear they fit!

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    cheers boys ive just ordered a set of the gp shorty`s so will have to wait and see?

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    I had the same problem with clearance. Got to file a bit off. I also didn't realise the grub screw was where it was and effd the thread up. Had to send off for a new lever assembly to get a pushrod (they don't do them seperately), 50!! Lucky the shorties were only 20!!!!! New pushrod doesn't have a grub screw though it just sits in loose?!

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    mine have turned up but not had chance to fit them yet!! fair play they where delivered very quickley

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    my clutch side needed a bit of filing. brake side went straight on. good because I was worried about weakening the brake lever!!

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    I brought these levers. they are spot on. I had to shave a little of the brake lever to get it in as the anodising/paint was so thick.. Good quality. They gotta be good. they dont want bad feedback.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Aprilia-RSV4-R...item43a615ed6e

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