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bonjours,

j'ai changé les deux leviers.

livier embraillage

 

Levier frein



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Bon,  

Maintenant dites à tous, s'il vous plaît..... 


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Les leviers était très usés, donc, il me fallait les changer.

Le système de frein fonctionnait pas bien.

j'ai commandé les pièces sur WISH

leviers

 

Levier très souple. Fonctionne très bien.

 



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Je vous remercie, Alainttr250. smile

Je suis sûr que cela aidera les gars de la région à imiter nos voisins.

Gardez le côté brillant vers le haut. biggrin  

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They are good levers, used to sell them in the shop and I have them on my blue bike. But as they are from China, with no traceability if something goes wrong, my insurance company told me not to sell them, same as the brake discscry

If you are buying them, make sure you unscrew the bolts add a bit of thread lock and do them back up, otherwise the bolts will come undone and be lost.



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I am always suspicious (with good cause - I speak from experience of trying to source correctly fitting levers for the TTR250!) of levers that are advertised to fit other bikes as well as the TTR. 

The best check is that the adjustable bolt that acts on the brake master cylinder piston is central. If it is then great, you have the correct lever! If not.....

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Très juste STEVE et TTRfan

Dans mon cas, j'ai gardé la visserie Yamaha et le support du levier embrayage avec des écrous frein.

la compatibilités du levier embrayage 90% ( la fixation au guidon différente)
La compatibilités du system maître cylindre 80% ( le connecteur STOP différent.)
La compatibilités au freinage 100% ( cela freine très bien).


oui, question assurance, pour les experts pas bon......





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ttr steve wrote:

They are good levers, used to sell them in the shop and I have them on my blue bike. But as they are from China, with no traceability if something goes wrong, my insurance company told me not to sell them, same as the brake discscry

If you are buying them, make sure you unscrew the bolts add a bit of thread lock and do them back up, otherwise the bolts will come undone and be lost.


 I wondered why they'd all dissappeared... No problems with the the quality of the Chinese stuff?



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Hi Malc

Not with them, they all seemed really good, just the way of the world nowadays, with insurance companies.



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hello from Kefalonia Island, Greece...


I fully comfirm that these levers are compatible with my 1994 Raid also...

The clutch lever fits like glove to the Yamaha base and the brake one needs only a new connection between the brake wires... The braking perfomance is better than the stock wich was unchanged from 1994 of course...


The overall quaity is more than good with nice machining everywere... The only "problem" is that the brake fluid reservoir black painting look and feels "cheap" but we will see in the future about it...
I bought them from here https://www.aliexpress.com/item/2015-Motorcycle-7-8-22MM-Brake-Master-Cylinder-Lever-for-Yamaha-YZ80-85-YZ125-250-YZ250F/32468226619.html?spm=2114.search0104.3.36.24d2298adegWiH&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_4_10152_10151_10065_10068_10344_10342_10343_10340_10341_10696_10084_10083_10618_10304_10307_10302_10313_10059_10534_100031_10103_10624_10623_10622_10621_10620,searchweb201603_49,ppcSwitch_5&algo_expid=7677beeb-cdcc-4d4f-bbf2-5d6292d7209f-5&algo_pvid=7677beeb-cdcc-4d4f-bbf2-5d6292d7209f&priceBeautifyAB=0 and it took almost 25 days to travel from China to Greece...

The best 35 euros i have spend on Raid ever...

 

PS. the minimal voltage panel is very cheap and very useful... From China also...

 

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Forgot to mention another minor issue... The threads for the mirror in the brake unit are wrong, so i have to modify the lower end of my right miror to fit properly...

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Thanks for the update! Great photos - I wish I could take such good ones.

Is the mirror thread the wrong size or just the wrong way? If the latter then it is possible to buy an adaptor. 

Please update us again when you have given the new kit a good work out biggrin

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kalimera again from Kefalonia,

mirror thread is wrong way... The original Yamaha thread is left 10x1.0 mm and the Chinese one is a common right 10x1.0 mm... I decide not to use an adaptor but to cut and change the threaded lower end of the mirror with a piece of bolt 10x1.0 and repaint it black like it is now...

The more i use the new levers the more i like them...

I confirm that the diameter of the brake pump is excactly the same as the original one, so i suppose that the noticable better braking is due to the different lever length and position...

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