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Question Cbr600 F4i oem levers fit the 919?

if CRG levers for the cbr600 f4i fit the 919 will the oem too?

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I know the brake won't fit, but the clutch lever might.

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the reason i asked these levers are only 15 bucks
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According to Ron Ayers, here are the part numbers for brake levers.
45530-MA5-671 Honda F4i
53170-MBR-J11 Honda 919

They do look awfully similar. It might be worth $15 to find out the hard way.

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And if they don't work, you can always find a guy riding around on a sportbike in sandles and no helmet and tell him that they are made of black titanium and sell em for $60.

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And if they don't work, you can always find a guy riding around on a sportbike in sandles and no helmet and tell him that they are made of black titanium and sell em for $60.
its funny you said that, a quick story

I haven't got to ride much because I took a diffrent postion in my job and had to move. so I went riding to get me something to eat and I ran in to some local kids ( not even out of HS yet). I'm 37.

anyway I talked to them and decided to tag along on a short ride.
well out of the parking lot the one kid done a nice sit down wheelie. we hit the interstate he does 2 stand ups across from 2 state cops on the other side. a stopie down the ramp. thru some twisties tantalizing a SUV with wheelies. then blast around it while doing a stand up and flipping them a finger and into a stoppie in front of it at a stop light. I held back during all that then made my exit the other way. thru town 15min later he passed me doing a tank wheelie and jumps up on the seat for a christ.

I went home shakeing my head, thats why I ride alone or with select friends. I must say though that kid was impressive, he rode a sportbike for 3 months and thats what he's doing. he has rode dirtbike for years he had said before we left the parking lot.

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I know the F2 brake lever fits - I have one on my bike right now. I had thought that the F4i levers fit... Bock919, have you ever tried fitting one, or did you just eyeball it?

They aren't exactly the same (the knob that rubs against the master cylinder is slightly shorter), but with some adjustment it works just as good as stock. Those black ones in the picture look exactly like the one on my bike.

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I know the F2 brake lever fits - I have one on my bike right now. I had thought that the F4i levers fit... Bock919, have you ever tried fitting one, or did you just eyeball it?

They aren't exactly the same (the knob that rubs against the master cylinder is slightly shorter), but with some adjustment it works just as good as stock. Those black ones in the picture look exactly like the one on my bike.
I will admit that I've never actually tried it, but I busted a brake lever a while back and I couldn't find a single part # that matched the 919's brake lever. I ended up ordering the stock lever again. Actually, I think at the time I checked CRG, the 919 had its own part # different from the F4. I can't think that would have changed, but ya never know.

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It may be a different part number, but I assure you that it'll fit . I crashed at a trackday and a f4i footpeg and brake lever got me back out there.

There are a ton of shared parts between the f4i and 919.

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It may be a different part number, but I assure you that it'll fit . I crashed at a trackday and a f4i footpeg and brake lever got me back out there.

There are a ton of shared parts between the f4i and 919.
this is good to know. I may just get those levers. I ordered some ultra lows grips and bar end mirrors. I'll post some pictures when there all on.

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ok...... like allways I couldn't make up my mind. so I bought the f4i levers and tonight I decided to splurge and i bought pazzo's for $145 whooohooo. so now I have f4i levers for sale. I paid 26.85 for them with shipping and I will sell them for $15.00+$5.00 shipping. you can see where i bought them below
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...BSAA%3AUS%3A31

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ok...... like allways I couldn't make up my mind. so I bought the f4i levers and tonight I decided to splurge and i bought pazzo's for $145 whooohooo. so now I have f4i levers for sale. I paid 26.85 for them with shipping and I will sell them for $15.00+$5.00 shipping. you can see where i bought them below
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...BSAA%3AUS%3A31
Did you ever determine if they fit??? might be interested??

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It may be a different part number, but I assure you that it'll fit . I crashed at a trackday and a f4i footpeg and brake lever got me back out there.

There are a ton of shared parts between the f4i and 919.
Good to know! Guess I turned out to be wrong after all.

Wonder why the dealer wants $15 more for the F4i lever when it's the same...jerks.

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Good to know! Guess I turned out to be wrong after all.

Wonder why the dealer wants $15 more for the F4i lever when it's the same...jerks.
Well, it's not exactly the same, but it does fit (and works perfectly). The little depressor knob that pushes against the master cylinder is a little longer on the stock 919 lever.

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Did you ever determine if they fit??? might be interested??
there shipped on it's way if you want I can mount them and take a picture.

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I got those levers in and mounted them up so people can see them, since I was putting on my new bars anyway. there a direct fit no problems and a nice cheaper alterentive to the pazzo's. I went ahead and bought the pazzo's at the same time because I ended up with some extra money. but would have been satsfied with the oem black ones. i'll sell them $15- plus shipping







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Did the F4i levers (clutch and brake) fit perfectly on your 919?

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I know the F2 brake lever fits - I have one on my bike right now. I had thought that the F4i levers fit... Bock919, have you ever tried fitting one, or did you just eyeball it?

They aren't exactly the same (the knob that rubs against the master cylinder is slightly shorter), but with some adjustment it works just as good as stock. Those black ones in the picture look exactly like the one on my bike.


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How do you do this adjustment?

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I've used the Pazzo levers on my '05 F4i and they have worked great.

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