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Offline slowhand56

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Short levers for a 765R
« on: March 14, 2019, 10:26:35 PM »
Has anyone replaced the stock levers on the 765R and what di you go for??
I have looked around and cant find much apart from cheap ones on ebay.
Pazzo levers are out of my price range brand new.

Any ideas?? 

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Re: Short levers for a 765R
« Reply #1 on: Yesterday at 10:24:20 AM »
I have these installed and I have nothing to complain. However, you do loose the adjustability of the front brake behaviour (19, 20, 21), which was not important to me.

https://www.probrake.de/probrake-clutch-lever-brake-lever-MIDI-for-Triumph-Street-Triple-RS-HD01


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Re: Short levers for a 765R
« Reply #2 on: Yesterday at 02:40:13 PM »
The R and RS brake levers are different. The RS ones will not fit the R as far as I know. Slowhand56 you may consider the Pazzo's too expensive but they are better quality than the Chinese knockoffs.
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Re: Short levers for a 765R
« Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 02:49:54 PM »
*Originally Posted by slowhand56 [+]
Has anyone replaced the stock levers on the 765R and what di you go for??
I have looked around and cant find much apart from cheap ones on ebay.
Pazzo levers are out of my price range brand new.

Any ideas??

Some cheap ones are crap but....
On my other Triumph I have cheap ebay levers, identical to Pazzo ones, even the serial/part numbers the same.
Fitted perfectly & feel exactly like Pazzo I've had before.
Only difference was the price.
Maybe I was just lucky?

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Re: Short levers for a 765R
« Reply #4 on: Yesterday at 03:11:17 PM »
*Originally Posted by Scrubber [+]
The R and RS brake levers are different. The RS ones will not fit the R as far as I know. Slowhand56 you may consider the Pazzo's too expensive but they are better quality than the Chinese knockoffs.

Ah misread that it's an R. Here the correct link with the levers for an R:

https://www.probrake.de/probrake-clutch-lever-brake-lever-MIDI-for-Triumph-Street-Triple-R-HD01

Nothing to complain quality wise, and they do come with a german road compliance certificate, so they are tested and verified.

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Re: Short levers for a 765R
« Reply #5 on: Yesterday at 04:52:09 PM »
I've had cheap knock off levers on my last couple of bikes. Probably used for 30k miles and no issues and when I've changed the bike I've sold the levers on so still being used .

Not sure wether to get shorties or not for my RS  :006:

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Re: Short levers for a 765R
« Reply #6 on: Yesterday at 07:06:47 PM »
*Originally Posted by doggy [+]
I've had cheap knock off levers on my last couple of bikes. Probably used for 30k miles and no issues and when I've changed the bike I've sold the levers on so still being used .

Not sure wether to get shorties or not for my RS  :006:

What would you get? I've heard bad things about cheap knock of levers but had no problems personally in the past.
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Re: Short levers for a 765R
« Reply #7 on: Yesterday at 07:23:50 PM »
I had the Triumph ones thrown in with mine.

Never faulted the Triumph ones on any on mine, mind you I would not pay full price though.

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