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just a quick heads up guys the levers are the same as the k9 on gsxr 1000
just fitted a pair of asv shorty c5,s to the gsxs and they fitted a treat fitting time 15 minutes max looks great fitted
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Nice, I was in my dealer today measuring the heel plate on a GSX-R to see if it was a straight bolt on as I really like the black one.
Any pics when it's finished please?
 

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You may run into issue with your idle speed when you change levers. There's micro switch under the clutch lever that can be affected with after market levers.
 

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I had to ask the technician at the dealership what exactly those two wires were meant to do so now I'm hesitant to touch the clutch lever on this bike, i have to see some else do it first.
 

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Aren't those two wires the 'Clutch Switch Lever?' I think it works in conjunction with the sidestand lever so you can't start your bike in gear without the clutch lever pushed in. My Yamaha has that as well...but someone chime in as I'm not a mechanic.
 

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I changed the levers weeks ago and have not had any problems. Went for shorties and didnt get on with them at first but love them now.
 

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The GSXS has a system that automatically increases the rpm when the clutch is being engaged.. As you release the lever, the rpm will move from 1000 to app 1300. When I installed my Pazzos i found that the idle speed would fluctuate on it own with no throttle input. I had to adjust my levers to eliminate this. There is a micro switch behind the clutch lever.
 

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When you say adjust your levers, do you have to keep it on 1 setting now to not throw off the RPMs? i.e. did you lose adjustability of your levers?
 

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i have pazzo levers on mine but the revs work as before, rev up to around 1300 on releasing the clutch
 

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So when I first installed my Pazzos I had my clutch set at the no.1 position. I was having issues with the idle speed bouncing up and down. I set the lever to the no. 3 position and the fluctuations went away. Today I went for a 300 km ride and tried the no. 1 setting again. This time I saw no idle speed fluctuations. Who knows ?The less time I spend idling the less the problems will be. Vroooom.
 

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The GSXS has a system that automatically increases the rpm when the clutch is being engaged.. As you release the lever, the rpm will move from 1000 to app 1300. When I installed my Pazzos i found that the idle speed would fluctuate on it own with no throttle input. I had to adjust my levers to eliminate this. There is a micro switch behind the clutch lever.
thanks. I never took notice of this!

I got yumcha spec levers off ebay.
They look good but brake lever comes close to crushing the fingers when 2 finger braking.
 

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The GSXS has a system that automatically increases the rpm when the clutch is being engaged.. As you release the lever, the rpm will move from 1000 to app 1300. When I installed my Pazzos i found that the idle speed would fluctuate on it own with no throttle input. I had to adjust my levers to eliminate this. There is a micro switch behind the clutch lever.
Did you put the bush back in the lever ? If not all the extra rpm could be caused by the missing bush....just a thought ..
 

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got v-trek in black mat for mine
 
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