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Old 08-15-2011, 02:15 AM   #1
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Well I know there is a few people interested in these arts from Thailand guys Bikers

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So the whole process.......

I Emailed Bikers and asked the for prices.

Then they said there was an Aussie distribute and to buy them thru him. I couldn't get in contact with him, So I emailed bikers back and asked if they could sell direct to me, which they did.

I emailed my order and got a quote back with shipping and everything.

I then joined an online bank to transfer money direct into there thai bank account, which is the only way they accept money.

NOTE WHEN YOU TRANSFER THEM MONEY, THERE THAI BANK WILL TAKE SOME OF IT.

My order was 4606thb so I transferred 4700thb then there bank took just over 100thb and I was short a few thb but bikers were happy, so remember when you give them money give them maybe 200thb more (about $7AU extra) The bank I used also charged me money to transfer for the service.

They then posted the items and sent me the tracking number which was full traceable!

Posted on the 10th of aug and I got them today on the 15th of aug.

So What did I get you ask?

One pair of Red Levers
One Pair of Black Levers
One Red Clutch adjuster
One pair of lever bolts
One Center Nut for the yoke

I didn't expect such nice packaging! The parts look and feel amazing, really well built, nice colors, just like in the pictures.

Ill take some more pics later compared to the stock items soon as I install them in the next hour or two LOL

PICS!

Excuse the iPhone pics lol







Yes, I got 2 sets of levers, Im a sell the colour I dont like, Was better value getting 2 pairs sent.
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Old 08-15-2011, 02:50 AM   #2
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Hey mate are you in Aus? I'm in QLD (sunshine coast). I don't mind some of their gear. Let us know what you reackon of the levers. I would consider buying the colour you don't like, if they're any good.
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Sure am an Aussie, In NSW (Wollongong)

Well as I said MORE PICS!

And A little install write up.

Center nut, looked to be a 30mm nut. I carefully used a shifter as I did not own anything that big, so be very careful with a shifter, they are better hammers than wrenches.


Brake Levers compared, They are identical mounting sizes




Clutch Levers compared, They are identical mounting sizes




Remember when you install them to grease up the bolts and the mounting faces of the levers.

Also, Don't do the bolt up tight, it will cause the mount to clamp on the lever and jam it, There is a locking nut under neath to make sure it doesn't come loose.
The bolts thread into the lever assembly, then the bolt goes on the thread sticking out.

Note #2, as seen below in the bad picture, The 2 bolts are different shank diameters, the thicker one goes in the clutch lever, and the thin one for the brake lever.

Note #3

Once installed turn your bars left and right, Make sure the don't hit the screen, my clutch did as it seemed to not have been quite mounted in the right position. A simple re adjustment on the bracket, to the right spot and it was fine, and move it to better suit my hands. This was no bad part on the lever, just who installed the lever on to the bars.



Next, Installing the Clutch lever, loosen off the clutch line at the gearbox so you can get enough room to get the clutch cable in and off the old lever and get the adjuster off. You will then, with the new lever need to adjust the clutch cable anyway, So best to do all that in one hit.

And some finished pics for y'all









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I wonder why they left the lever mount unfinished. Those are the non folding levers?
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That looks awesome!
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Those are the non folding levers?
They are the non folders.

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Wow... those look awesome!
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part numbers for the levers etc..?
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part numbers for the levers etc..?
Full part list for Bikers CBR 250R stuff: http://likestuff.globat.com/CBR250REng.pdf

Enjoy!

-Jamie M.
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Full part list for Bikers CBR 250R stuff: http://likestuff.globat.com/CBR250REng.pdf

Enjoy!

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awesome! thanks.
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