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post #1 of 9 Old 03-24-2014, 01:49 PM Thread Starter
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CBR600RR levers on a 919??

Has anyone tried this? CBR600RR levers on a 919?? let my best friend ride my bike, and now in need of some new levers...................

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Depends on the year. Don't quote me but I think anything 2003 and older will work, so long as it is the same master cylinder. Anything with the Radial brake master cylinders (the ones with plastic reservoirs) will definitely require a different brake lever.

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mine is a 2002, so hopefully they work!

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I just bought eBay pazzo knockoffs for $27 shipped. They are nice and work great.
I also have a set of stock levers the OP can have if you cover shipping.

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post #7 of 9 Old 03-26-2014, 12:45 PM
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There are some other ebay knockoffs that are more expensive but they offer color choices for the levers and adjusters, and also offer adjustable length, and are folding so if you drop the bike they supposedly won't break...

Check out the seller named The2wheels on ebay. His stuff comes from China but so far it's held up really well on my bike and I have not only purchased levers but whole control sets (for other project bikes).

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I had an issue 2 summers ago with some cheap knock off Ebay levers that claimed to fit the 919. The part of the lever that presses in the master cylinder seemed to fit okay, but was actually holding pressure on the cylinder causing my brakes to sick. I was lucky and a WT member diagnosed it for me on this thread -

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/...les-30559.html

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I have the ebay knockoffs from the2wheels and they are pretty trick (I don't have the folding kind). Always worked just fine - VERY solid. When I crashed recently and the bike flipped the levers simply has some minor scuffs. the rest of the bike got way more banged up.
They work extremely well given the price point.

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