This lever is great, it works really good and bends out of the way when tipped over, without breaking, I did have to get a different clutch perch, but that was probably just because of brand differences
2 years 1 month agoLocation: monterey, ca
Everyone should have these
These levers are perfect! ive fallen on them a few times now and the way they bend up and down makes it almost impossible to bend or break. However i did slightly bend it but that is what the 5 year warranty is for. Its cheap compared to ASV levers and in my opinion Sunline are better.
I bought a pair of sunline v-1 levers for my clutch and my front break for my crf450r and from what ive experienced, they are the best levers out there. In the past, ive had a couple of pairs of asv levers and both times i either bent the levers or they broke. Both clutch and brake. Alot of people i talked to told me about sunline levers and after doing alot of research i decided to go with them. Best deision i made as far as levers. They fold in two different directions and they also look great.
I would recomend this lever to anyone who crashes or falls over a lot. Beginners who are learning to really lean the bike over, or even at a professional level. i bought this thinking it would move positions too easy. but in order to move it down you have to put sum force into it. waaay more sturdy than i thought! it moves on its joint with a snap. its perfect. love the colors too.
so ive had a few bad crashes on my kx250f. i have these levers on it and every time i pick it up the lever is either folded up or down. i love them. BUT my bike fell over in my driveway while leaning up against my garage and broke the ball off the end. sunline should have a lifetime guarantee to them. does anyone know a number or anything to call sunline to see?
I love how the lever looks and how it would function in the event of a crash. However I could not get enough lever pull out of the lever, even with trying a new clutch cable on my 08 yz450f. The lever itself seems to not offer the correct pull ratio to engage the clutch all the way