If ya find out lemme know, I'm a two finger shift and brake man myself. and yes I am a LeprechaunRPJones said:My wife has a new bike (VT750 Shadow) and needs some levers that place the handle a little closer to the handlebar. Anybody know of a company that makes levers for small-handed people? Appreciate any help.
From the Kury quote saying that these levers retain the "stockers" ability to adjust, I checked the stock GoldWing levers price on HDL thinking I could save a buck or 2. No chance :lol: Hals price is $40 bucks each. silly me, thanks for letting us know about the kurys. Kury says it's 39 per set? Did you get both (2) levers for 40? sheese that's about a first, kury chrome cheaper than honda aluminium.andyinc said:
Hey Andyandyinc said:I just installed these (credit to Bigg Daddy)
You can dial the levers in further than stock for better comfort. I had to grind them for about 5 minutes with my dremmel to make them fit, but they work perfectly now. I bought them for $40 at the local Honda shop. Not sure if they will work on other Honda's, but they do work on the X with slight grinding. (you can't see this when installed)
FYI - From the grip (ISO's) to the closest point on the lever measures 1.5 inches now with these adjustable levers in the closest position on the dial (#5). With the levers I had before it was about a 2" reach. That 1/2" has made a big difference with hand fatigue while riding through traffic. Also, the clutch engages quicker than before. They are wider than stock also and spring loaded so it is pretty easy to pull them with two fingers. Very nice upgrade from stock IMO.