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Adjustable brake lever FXBL-01
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-01
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-02
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-02
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-04
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-04
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-05
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-05
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-06
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-06
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-08
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-08
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-09
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-09
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-11
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-11
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-21
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-21
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-22
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-22
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-25
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-25
116.94€ *

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Adjustable brake lever FXBL-28
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-28
120.50€ * 116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-30
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-30
128.76€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-31
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-31
152.38€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake lever FXBL-31
Adjustable brake lever FXBL-31
152.38€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Brake lever adjustable FXBL-23
Brake lever adjustable FXBL-23
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Brake Lever Adjustable FXBL-32
Brake Lever Adjustable FXBL-32
128.76€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Brake lever maximum performance MPBL-01
Brake lever maximum performance MPBL-01
211.44€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Brake lever maximum performance MPBL-02
Brake lever maximum performance MPBL-02
211.44€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Brake lever maximum performance MPBL-03
Brake lever maximum performance MPBL-03
211.44€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Brake lever maximum performance MPBL-04
Brake lever maximum performance MPBL-04
211.44€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-01
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-01
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-02
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-02
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-04
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-04
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-05
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-05
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-06
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-06
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-07
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-07
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-09
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-09
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-11
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-11
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-12
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-12
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-13
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-13
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-15
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-15
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-26
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-26
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-27
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-27
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-28
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-28
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-31
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-31
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-32
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-32
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-36
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-36
116.94€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-38
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-38
128.76€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-39
Clutch lever adjustable FXCL-39
152.38€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever Adjustable FXCL-47
Clutch lever Adjustable FXCL-47
152.38€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever maximum performance MPCL-01
Clutch lever maximum performance MPCL-01
211.44€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever maximum performance MPCL-02
Clutch lever maximum performance MPCL-02
211.44€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch lever maximum performance MPCL-03
Clutch lever maximum performance MPCL-03
211.44€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Remote brake lever RC-01-MPBL
Remote brake lever RC-01-MPBL
98.00€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Remote brake lever RC-03-MPBL
Remote brake lever RC-03-MPBL
98.00€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Remote brake lever RC-04-MPBL
Remote brake lever RC-04-MPBL
115.75€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Adjustable brake levers & clutch levers from Gilles & Pazzo Racing

Every time you ride your motorcycle, the clutch and brake levers are subjected to a lot of stress. At the latest when you notice changes such as sluggishness or excessive play, it is time to subject these components to a thorough examination. Even a fall over or the lever is broken off will lead to the need for replacement. Another reason to be interested in these products: Brake and clutch levers are not adjustable and they don't fit your hands. The third reason to replace these components is the look. Attachment parts milled from the solid and anodised in colour are real gems on the bike. In the TecBike Online Shop you can get

  • adjustable brake and clutch levers from Pazzo Racing and Gilles.tooling,
  • Brake lever remote adjusters

in various colours and lengths.

Replacing clutch and brake levers

Even if it seems unlikely at first glance, it happens more often than bikers think: the brake lever or the hand lever for the clutch breaks off. Then you have to screw on new ones.

Brake and clutch are of vital importance for general road safety. If the brake lever is stiff, the front brake cannot be dosed sensitively. The consequences are painful even at the thought of it: there is a risk of a fall, you can be injured and your motorcycle will also suffer damage. Other road users are not even mentioned in this case. This puts an abrupt end to your Sunday ride. On top of that, costs can quickly shoot up to exorbitant levels.

That's why it's important to pay a lot of attention to the hand levers on yourmotorcycleto keep them running smoothly. It doesn't matter whether theclutch and brake are operatedhydraulically or still via a cable. Both variants have a lever joint in any case.

Removing the levers

To remove the hand levers, adjust the brake or clutch cable to the maximum play. To do this, screw the adjusting screw as far as possible into the lever mount.

To loosen the Bowden cable, align the slot of the adjusting screw with the slot in the lever mount. If the lock nut is also equipped with a slot, it must also be aligned accordingly.

Now take hold of the cable housing just behind the adjusting screw. To do this, tighten the lever a little. When you release it, pull the cable housing out of its seat. To remove the pivot bolt, loosen the lock nut and then unscrew the pivot bolt.

Our tip: In some cases, thin shaft washers or small springs with a ball are installed. In many cases, there is a small bushing in the joint bore of the lever. If these components are lost, the lever can no longer be installed correctly. Therefore, hold a hand under the lever socket and pull the lever out.

Fitting short and adjustable brake and clutch levers

Many bikers find stock hand levers too long. After all, the index and middle fingers have the most power among the fingers. On a stock model, they grip the inside of the lever. That's why it's important to pay attention to the length when buying a new set of hand levers. If they are too long, they cannot be operated over their entire length with a moderate amount of force. The leverage is greatest at the end of the hand levers. At the same time, it is precisely here that only the fingers grip, which tend to have less strength and sensitivity. The smaller your hands are, the shorter you should choose your adjustable brake and clutch levers on your bike.

In the TecBike Online Shop you will find a wide range of adjustable brake and clutch levers fromGilles.tooling andPazzo Racing. These beautifully designed and very high quality add-on parts come with an ABE (General Operating Permit), which means that they can be used in public road traffic. The following applies here: You only have to show an ABE for the brake lever at a traffic control. Clutch levers are not subject to the ABE obligation. Especially abroad it is recommended to have the ABE paper with you in any case and not just to refer to the engraved ABE number.

Correct care of brake and clutch levers

The two hand levers are among the safety-relevant components on the motorcycle. So that they don't let you down in wind and weather, they need a little attention and, above all, the right care.

As already mentioned, it is literally vital that the clutch and brake can be sensitively dosed. To do this, the levers for the handbrake and clutch must be smooth.

On naked bikes and many other types of motorcycle, the hand levers are not covered. They are almost unprotected against wind and weather. On some, a rubber cover protects the sensitive joint. However, as this represents a not inconsiderable cost factor for the manufacturers, these very practical accessories have become rare. Clutch and brake lever protectors can be foundhere.

If a lever starts to become sluggish or ifthe Bowden cable evensticks from time to time, the cause is usually to be found in the nipple in the lever. Over time, the nipple has become sluggish and can no longer move properly.

This sluggishness can be "felt" with a simple trick: You operate the lever as slowly as possible. Use your fingers to feel and also keep a close eye on the Bowden cable. If it is kinked in the process, immediate action is required, as there is a risk of a tear at the kink point.

A dirty lever joint or a dry, i.e. unlubricated joint are further reasons for sluggishness. Both can be eliminated easily and with a flick of the wrist. To do this, simply remove the lever, clean the joint of dirt, etc. and put it back together again, nicely greased.

Adjustable brake and clutch levers for your motorcycle from the TecBike Shop

Clutch and brake levers must function perfectly at all times. At the same time, they should also meet optical requirements. Our range offers you a versatile selection of adjustable brake and clutch levers. In this category you will find high-quality products from Gilles.tooling and Pazzo Racing. You will also find everything you need for the care and maintenance of your machine. Do you have any questions about our products? Contact us, we will be happy to advise you!

Adjustable brake levers & clutch levers from Gilles & Pazzo Racing Every time you ride your motorcycle, the clutch and brake levers are subjected to a lot of stress. At the latest when... read more »
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Adjustable brake levers & clutch levers from Gilles & Pazzo Racing

Every time you ride your motorcycle, the clutch and brake levers are subjected to a lot of stress. At the latest when you notice changes such as sluggishness or excessive play, it is time to subject these components to a thorough examination. Even a fall over or the lever is broken off will lead to the need for replacement. Another reason to be interested in these products: Brake and clutch levers are not adjustable and they don't fit your hands. The third reason to replace these components is the look. Attachment parts milled from the solid and anodised in colour are real gems on the bike. In the TecBike Online Shop you can get

  • adjustable brake and clutch levers from Pazzo Racing and Gilles.tooling,
  • Brake lever remote adjusters

in various colours and lengths.

Replacing clutch and brake levers

Even if it seems unlikely at first glance, it happens more often than bikers think: the brake lever or the hand lever for the clutch breaks off. Then you have to screw on new ones.

Brake and clutch are of vital importance for general road safety. If the brake lever is stiff, the front brake cannot be dosed sensitively. The consequences are painful even at the thought of it: there is a risk of a fall, you can be injured and your motorcycle will also suffer damage. Other road users are not even mentioned in this case. This puts an abrupt end to your Sunday ride. On top of that, costs can quickly shoot up to exorbitant levels.

That's why it's important to pay a lot of attention to the hand levers on yourmotorcycleto keep them running smoothly. It doesn't matter whether theclutch and brake are operatedhydraulically or still via a cable. Both variants have a lever joint in any case.

Removing the levers

To remove the hand levers, adjust the brake or clutch cable to the maximum play. To do this, screw the adjusting screw as far as possible into the lever mount.

To loosen the Bowden cable, align the slot of the adjusting screw with the slot in the lever mount. If the lock nut is also equipped with a slot, it must also be aligned accordingly.

Now take hold of the cable housing just behind the adjusting screw. To do this, tighten the lever a little. When you release it, pull the cable housing out of its seat. To remove the pivot bolt, loosen the lock nut and then unscrew the pivot bolt.

Our tip: In some cases, thin shaft washers or small springs with a ball are installed. In many cases, there is a small bushing in the joint bore of the lever. If these components are lost, the lever can no longer be installed correctly. Therefore, hold a hand under the lever socket and pull the lever out.

Fitting short and adjustable brake and clutch levers

Many bikers find stock hand levers too long. After all, the index and middle fingers have the most power among the fingers. On a stock model, they grip the inside of the lever. That's why it's important to pay attention to the length when buying a new set of hand levers. If they are too long, they cannot be operated over their entire length with a moderate amount of force. The leverage is greatest at the end of the hand levers. At the same time, it is precisely here that only the fingers grip, which tend to have less strength and sensitivity. The smaller your hands are, the shorter you should choose your adjustable brake and clutch levers on your bike.

In the TecBike Online Shop you will find a wide range of adjustable brake and clutch levers fromGilles.tooling andPazzo Racing. These beautifully designed and very high quality add-on parts come with an ABE (General Operating Permit), which means that they can be used in public road traffic. The following applies here: You only have to show an ABE for the brake lever at a traffic control. Clutch levers are not subject to the ABE obligation. Especially abroad it is recommended to have the ABE paper with you in any case and not just to refer to the engraved ABE number.

Correct care of brake and clutch levers

The two hand levers are among the safety-relevant components on the motorcycle. So that they don't let you down in wind and weather, they need a little attention and, above all, the right care.

As already mentioned, it is literally vital that the clutch and brake can be sensitively dosed. To do this, the levers for the handbrake and clutch must be smooth.

On naked bikes and many other types of motorcycle, the hand levers are not covered. They are almost unprotected against wind and weather. On some, a rubber cover protects the sensitive joint. However, as this represents a not inconsiderable cost factor for the manufacturers, these very practical accessories have become rare. Clutch and brake lever protectors can be foundhere.

If a lever starts to become sluggish or ifthe Bowden cable evensticks from time to time, the cause is usually to be found in the nipple in the lever. Over time, the nipple has become sluggish and can no longer move properly.

This sluggishness can be "felt" with a simple trick: You operate the lever as slowly as possible. Use your fingers to feel and also keep a close eye on the Bowden cable. If it is kinked in the process, immediate action is required, as there is a risk of a tear at the kink point.

A dirty lever joint or a dry, i.e. unlubricated joint are further reasons for sluggishness. Both can be eliminated easily and with a flick of the wrist. To do this, simply remove the lever, clean the joint of dirt, etc. and put it back together again, nicely greased.

Adjustable brake and clutch levers for your motorcycle from the TecBike Shop

Clutch and brake levers must function perfectly at all times. At the same time, they should also meet optical requirements. Our range offers you a versatile selection of adjustable brake and clutch levers. In this category you will find high-quality products from Gilles.tooling and Pazzo Racing. You will also find everything you need for the care and maintenance of your machine. Do you have any questions about our products? Contact us, we will be happy to advise you!

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