The MSR shift lever installed on my 2002 Honda CR250R with no problem. Shifting with it is same as stock. Only minor concern is that it comes very close to the engine case and could hit if not installed at very end of shaft.
Use to use it..... Til i laid the bike down on the left side. The 3 hours it took me to get that stupid thing unwrapped from my foot peg was not worth the money i spent on it. Wont buy again. Get a Hammerhead instead.
Easy to install, very cheap in cost so if it breaks its affordable. But i wouldn't worry about breaking it too much because i am still on the same one i got 1 year ago...and i am one of those people that hits the shifter down an extra 5 times just to make sure its in gear. And my shifter still looks about the same from when i got it. I love this shifter and would by a another one. That is, if the one i have ever gives out.
you cant really find one of these that are bad but this on is amazing. i guess its just how long you want it to be its short but that's how i like it and there not allot of free-play so its right on every time.
I think this is my third lever as well. they all strip out. I thought it was my shift shaft causing issues, then thought I wasn't tightening the lever enough, but now...after this and seeing other reviews, STEER CLEAR of this. Aluminum on such a high demand part of the bike is not a good idea.
These will come the same length as the OEM shifter for each model. Sometimes (depending on the model) you can turn the shifter up a few degrees when installing onto the splines of the shift shaft so it sits up higher to make it easier to reach underneath.
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yes it does come with a screw that holds it on. i recommend you buy the steel shifter and not the aluminum. i had bought the aluminum shifter and after 10 minutes of riding it striped out and i couldnt shift gears.
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