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Parts Unlimited Replacement Brake Lever

  • Quality alloy replacement levers are available in standard or power-lever style
  • Each replacement lever is poly bagged with header card and labeled for easy identification
  • Sold each

**Note: For cable brakes only

  • Item # 6577
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Honda Models

  • CBR900RR : 1993–1997

Kawasaki Models

  • Ninja ZX-6 : 1995–2001

Suzuki Models

  • Bandit 1200S : 1997–1999, 2001, 2003
  • Bandit 600S : 2001–2003
  • GSX-R1000 : 2001–2003
  • GSX-R1100 : 1991–1994
  • GSX-R600 : 1997–2003
  • GSX-R750 : 1996–2003
  • Hayabusa : 1999–2006
  • RF600R : 1994–1996
  • RF900R : 1994–1997
  • SV650 : 1999–2004
  • TL1000R : 1999–2003
  • TL1000S : 1997–2001

Yamaha Models

  • FJR1300 : 2004–2005
  • FZ6 : 2004
  • TW200 : 1987–2004

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Nice

Perfect fit.

Jeff - January 27, 2015

(Greenwood, FL)

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Good Fit

Fit perfect and price was right.

Doug - August 20, 2012

(Bonney Lake, WA)

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Good

This brake lever is pretty good for the price, easy to install and is working perfectly!!!

Alexis - April 10, 2012

(Deland, FL)

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You get what you pay for

Compared to the other brake levers available for a 2000 Suzuki SV650, this lever was very economical. It is a brake lever. It installed fine on my SV650. I'm sure it would hold up to use and work fine. However, the low cost came at the cost of features. The stock SV650 lever has 6 position settings (6 being the closest to the handlebar). This lever only has 4, and the closest setting keeps the lever quite a bit farther away from the handlebars than setting 6 does on the OEM lever. If you have smaller hands, this lever will not be comfortable. I did not want to ride the SV650 without being able to rely on being able to grab the brake lever under any circumstance.

C.R. - April 22, 2010

(Sierra Vista, AZ)
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