Thanks very much for the tip. Funnily enough, I researched a bit more (including some of your posts re: CBR1000 lever), eBay'd a $50 2007 CBR1000 radial M/C unit with a scratched up Chinese Pazzo lever replica, and got it all mounted up and whatnot last night. In ordering, I'd suspected that the actual lever portion of the Pazzo levers are universal, with only the "bases" being model specific. I also banked on the Chinese replicas being a carbon (not the fiber) copy of the real deal. Sure enough, I removed the Chinese lever from it's base on the CBR M/C and installed my current real Pazzo lever that I'd had installed on the stock M/C unit. I had to cut the lever adjustment spring a touch (the spring hole on the Chinese one was drilled a little deeper), but everything matched up well and I've still got matching Pazzo levers! As I assume you did, I fabbed up a different mount bracket for the reservoir.
I don't really feel a whole lot of difference in the braking action; so I guess it feels fine. At any rate, I got out for about an hour of riding today; might be the last one for a while, and it sure was a good one!
Thanks for the help today and the delayed help from your posts several years ago about levers, M/C bore/ratio/etc.
Until next time,