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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old May 16th, 2019, 2:54 pm Thread Starter
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Brake lever options for the Hyper

Anybody have a favorite adjustable brake lever to recommend?

I brake with two fingers, index and middle. I find the stock lever lacking in adjustability to suit my taste.

I think an adjustable shorty lever would do the trick.

Recommendations?
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I used to run a set of china specials that were adjustable in every way. I found that I prefer the strength and sculpted shape of the OEM. Something to think about. I've got a couple of different high quality levers. I think some of them are listed from way back (unsold) in the classifieds.

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post #3 of 39 (permalink) Old May 16th, 2019, 6:54 pm
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I have some cheap Ebay ones from China. Adjustable and folding. Don't really like the colors and the clutch one wouldn't work right with the clutch switch. CNC Racing short brake and standard folding clutch lever going on tonight.
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I heard good things about the Evotech levers.

https://evotech-performance.com/coll...lever-set-2019

First I am going to give the ebay specials a go. Only need the brake lever. I clutch with 4 fingers but brake with 2. The standard lever should be more adjustable.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/CNC-Rhombus...53.m2749.l2649
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I love my OEM Brembo brake lever...wish I could find a clutch lever to match. I don’t like the radius of most short levers & I hate the ones that have slop where they mount.
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The ebay brake lever I received was mislabeled or shipped in error. It won't work.

I may pull the trigger on the Pazzo lever.
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I think I am sticking with the OEM levers.
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I had CRG carbon levers on my SF848 and absolutely loved the. hey do make them in short configuration as well. In my opinion that was the best feel I've had short of the Brembo RCS 19 set up I installed on my GSX-R750. From my experience, you can't go wrong with CRG, Pazzo, and Brembo. Honestly, I like the brake levers on the Hyper so far and the brakes are excellent. I would not even consider witching the master cylinder for an aftermarket Brembo. My suggestion, look at the CRG carbon levers:

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I had CRG carbon levers on my SF848 and absolutely loved the. hey do make them in short configuration as well. In my opinion that was the best feel I've had short of the Brembo RCS 19 set up I installed on my GSX-R750. From my experience, you can't go wrong with CRG, Pazzo, and Brembo. Honestly, I like the brake levers on the Hyper so far and the brakes are excellent. I would not even consider witching the master cylinder for an aftermarket Brembo. My suggestion, look at the CRG carbon levers:

CRG LEVERS - Carbon
Thanks for the recommendation. Sent CRG an email to see what they have compatible. The website does not list the hyper 950.
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No worries. I would say to know for sure you can always cross reference part numbers from Ducati. This should help you figure out which parts are compatible. Unfortunately, the Hyper 950 isn't listed on there yet.

Here is the link from Ducati for the hyper parts diagram:
https://downloads.ctfassets.net/oifk..._EN_-_MY19.pdf

Here is the link to look up parts from Ducati Omaha:
https://www.ducatiomaha.com/pages/ducati-oem-parts


Clutch lever on the Hyper 950 is part#: 62610131A

Clutch lever on 2018 Multistrada 1260 is part #: 62610131A


Front Brake lever on Hyper 950 is part #: 62610121A

Front Brake lever on 2018 Multistrada 1260 is part #: 62610121A

So looks like at least levers are a same. If you can find levers for the Multi you'll know they fit.
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