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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-14-2019, 10:57 AM Thread Starter
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Brake & Clutch levers

Aftermarket brake & clutch levers for the Supersport (not the Supersport S - does not work with the quickshifter).

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Please note that these are not designed to work with a quickshifter fitted. These were bought for me but unfortunately, were not designed for the S, so they have never been used.


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Why won't they work with the quickshifter?

I have the shortened CNC racing clutch (and brake) levers and they work fine and have not impacted on the DQS. Is there something I'm missing?

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How is it possible that levers could have anything to do with a quick shifter?
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If they fail to push in the pin switch on the clutch lever, the bike would always think the clutch is pulled in is my guess.
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If they fail to push in the pin switch on the clutch lever, the bike would always think the clutch is pulled in is my guess.
Yes, there are some compatibility issues with some levers...that generally have been overcome with careful assembly. But it can affect the QS if not installed correctly.
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As @Miweber929 says above, it's because they don't operate the clutch microswitch. The microswitch disables the QS when you do a manual gear change but it also enables the bike to be started in gear as long as the clutch lever is pulled in. It's a right scunner having to find neutral to get it started again if you stall the bike
I have a similar pair fitted to my bike and I drilled a hole and fitted a very short piece of M4 threaded rod near to the pivot to operate the microswitch. Here is a picture of the OEM lever on the right and the modified adjustable lever on the left.
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I had the same problem, I fixed it wit a couple layers of insulation tape...

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I had the same problem, I fixed it wit a couple layers of insulation tape...
sounds interesting, and a lot easier tan drill …

Will have to check your idea... the only question is, how long Will it last??
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Hi,

Well its lasted 6 months, several washes and several soaked runs in the wet so far.
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Hi,

Well its lasted 6 months, several washes and several soaked runs in the wet so far.
it seems to work….. the clutch lever installed, and it seems to be able to start the bike with the clutch pulled...
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