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    danf1234
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    ASV Brake Levers

    If I fit a set of ASV anodised brake and clutch levers, does this do away with the rubber dust boot that is currently on the standard Brembo levers.

    The reason is I ripped mine taking the clutch lever off a while ago, and I want something to replace it as you can buy the rubber seals.

    It is the rubber seal that sits over the piston that pushes into the master cylinder.

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    danf1234
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    Am I the only person on here who has managed to rip the dust boot on the lever?

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    No Dan you're not. I managed to tear mine a little while ago. I haven't worried about it as the bike only gets wet if I get caught out and the lever is directly in front of the piston in any case. Can't answer your question about the after market levers though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danf1234 View Post
    Am I the only person on here who has managed to rip the dust boot on the lever?
    There was a dust boot?

    Any reason why ASV over Pazzo or CNR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pagan View Post
    There was a dust boot?

    Any reason why ASV over Pazzo or CNR?
    Availability and looks mainly?

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    Squeeze a little silicone grease in place of the dust seal to stop dirt n water getting deep into the unit.

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    I've just bought some asv levers for my 04 rsv factory. Are they easy to fit?

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    danf1234
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    No are they shite.

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    ASV.............took me less than 5 minutes per side, everything you need is in the box......bloody brilliant.

    The only trouble (Goddam git thing) is that the rubber boots on both sides were partially shagged / spilt (Like most Milles), so it can be a (Goddam) fiddle to get the "rods" in the hole as it were. All other aspects were easy peasy.

    Last edited by viper; April 30th, 2009 at 12:52 PM.

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