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Hammerhead Billet Shift Lever
Hammerhead Billet Shift Lever

$64.99 - $79.99

Description See Also: 32 Reviews 6 Questions Fitment Part Numbers
Item #HAM0009

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32 Reviews
4.7 out of 5 stars
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Verified Purchaser Top 500
Neptune yeah Bass
The Flying Scotsman

I that is pretty good

Shifty Swifty

Verified Purchaser
H-Town, Tx
Stylish n Durable!

My race bikes are all older model 2 strokes (02’ CR125 and 83’ YZ100) so when im buying parts I want the best. I’m not a price conscious guy, I’ll pay the $$ for quality and durability and that’s what you get with Hammerhead products. Diggin the new shifter!

Pasadena Texas
Perfect fit on YZ250f

Just received the shift lever today. I checked it out to see if would slip right on and it did. I'm just waiting for the tip extension before I in stall completely. No reason in doing things 3 times. All in all, great service over the phone, shipping and the videos are very useful. They just need to throw in a few more decals...

Verified Purchaser
Roxbury, VT, USA
Hammerhead billet shift lever

great feel and performance it stands up to its name.

West Coast, USA
Amazing fit/finish, durability and style

Amazing fit, replaced the OEM shifter exactly. Looks way better and you can customize with color and size. I really like the option to lengthen the tip to allow for easier shifting. Unreal durability! After beating up the shifter for years it's still in good shape and I finally lost the tip, but I can easily just replace the tip, which is great! Thanks for an amazing product!

Verified Purchaser
Auburn, NE 68305, USA
Somewhat satisfied

I like this shifter. It appears well built and seems to help with better shifts. The one thing I am not happy with is the fact that I had to spread the opening to fit the shift shaft. I understand that the opening should fit a little snug before tightening down the retaining bolt but this one seemed excessive. I seemed that I had to open the hole up a 1/2 in or better to get it to fit on the shaft.

MotoSport Staff Verified Purchaser Expert
Great lever

this lever looks and feels great on the bike.

Portland, OR

Solid feel, great shifting.

Verified Purchaser Top 1000 Contributor
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Fits Great For My Foot

Fits my boot and foot awesome! Overall looks cool and the billet design should last, only ridden with it twice so far so we will find out. For the price i def rec.

Verified Purchaser
Boston
Great product

I purchased a cheaper shifter that broke after one ride so I decided to buy the Hamberhead shifter and after several rides and two races the shifter is in absolute perfect shape! You get what you pay for

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6 Questions
Answered:   4
Not Yet:   2
Ollieville
Hammerhead Billet Shift Lever
Q: Ive got an 08 KTM 530 EXC-R and when I adjust the gear shift pedal it rubs against the chain. What's a recommended replacement pedal or fix?
1 year 6 months ago
I just bought it used and I'm am not very mechanically enclined at this point.
RideRed
Q: It says this is not compatible with my 2000 cr250, but most other year 125's.
1 year 7 months ago
Is this a typo or will this lever not work on my 250?
Johnnyb
Q: Does the tip remove from this shift lever? I have a forged hamnerhead lever and can't remove the tip
2 years 4 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 4 months ago
A: Yes the tip is removable on the Hammerhead Billet Shift Lever.
Chad
Q: What is the difference between the Billet and the Forged shift lever?
2 years 9 months ago
Hammerhead Billet Shift Lever
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 9 months ago
A: The Billet is going to be slightly stronger with a longer warranty and optional shift tips. See the attached image for more details.
MarcR
Q: If I bought the Billet lever and put a +0 lever tip on it would it be shorter than stock?
Over 3 years ago
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: No, the +0 would be the stock OEM configuration which the Hammerhead Billet Shift Lever comes with.
RichardLaskowski
Q: How do I order the Hammerhead Shift lever that is +15 mm? I don't see a place to add this information
Over 4 years ago
MotoSportGrant
Over 4 years ago
A: Unfortunately you will have to purchase the +15 mm tip separately.
crasher612
Over 4 years ago
A: According to the packaging, your original order is stock size, and plus or minus tips have to be ordered separate through your dealer or hammerhead itself.
Fitment
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Red 01-0112-02-10
Black/Red CRF250SLB0K RED
Black/Red CRF450SLD0K RED
Black/Red CRF150SL+0K
Black/Red CRF450SL+10K
Black/Green KLX110SL+0K BLK/GRN
Black/Green RMZ250SL+0K BLK/GLD
Black/Green KXF250SL+0K BLK/GRN
Black/Green KXF250SLB0K
Black/Orange KTM1SL+0K BLK/ORG
Black/Orange KTM2SL+0K BLK/ORG
Black/Orange KTM3SL+0K BLK/ORG
Black/Gold RMZ450SL2+0K BLK/GLD
Black/Blue YZ85SL+0K BLK/BLU
Black/Blue YZ250SL+0K BLK/BLU
Black/Blue YZF450SL+0K BLK/BLU
Black/Blue 01-0224-02-20