comp lever position thingy

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comp lever position thingy

Post by splant » Fri Apr 15, 2016 5:56 pm

I'm trying to fabricate one .got it working but i would like to know the exact measurement from the centre of the attachment bolt to the centre of the locating wheel if anyone's got one handy, and roughly how strongs the spring ? Cheers (just in the mood for making something)

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Post by JanBros » Fri Apr 15, 2016 11:12 pm

I do not have a single clue of what you are talking about :-k
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Post by James P » Sat Apr 16, 2016 2:30 am

Are you referring to an adjustable brake or clutch lever? The type with the four-position "wheel" which changes the reach between the grip and the lever?

If you want an adjustable brake lever to fit a standard KR-1 master cylinder, the standard KR-1S/R item should work - these are a common fitting and are also available aftermarket.
If you want an adjustable clutch lever to match the KR-1S/R brake lever, you can use a complete lever & support assembly from a ZXR250 (and likely other bikes too).

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Post by splant » Sat Apr 16, 2016 5:01 pm

No the gear position thingy that holds it in gear ,I thin k they're called.position comp lever ,got it working but I guess if its not exactly the right size the gears won't be exactly lined up. Spare
engine just playing around .

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Post by 500bernie » Sat Apr 16, 2016 5:47 pm

There is a new old stock one on ebay at the moment, item number:-
152027423912
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Post by splant » Sat Apr 16, 2016 8:39 pm

Cheers Bernie is there only one type I'm sure someone said there were 2 different sorts so unsure which I need if so?no just looked that looks like the thing that turns the circular thing I'm on about a lever with a wheel on it 13236 1203 part no ,simple enough to make if I know that mea
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Post by 500bernie » Sat Apr 16, 2016 9:53 pm

Take a photo of where it goes, then everyone will know what it is.
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Post by James P » Sun Apr 17, 2016 6:15 am

splant wrote:...is there only one type I'm sure someone said there were 2 different sorts so unsure which I need if so?no just looked that looks like the thing that turns the circular thing I'm on about a lever with a wheel on it 13236 1203 part no ,simple enough to make if I know that measurement
I think the correct description for this part is "position lever, complete" - the roller-lever part which holds the gear selector drum in the correct position. There are two types:

KR-1 - 13236-1170
KR-1S - 13236-1203

I haven't got easy access to both types, so can't offer any opinion on the differences. Perhaps someone else can help...?

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Post by splant » Sun Apr 17, 2016 7:29 am

Thanks James spent 3 hours making one and found fowlers sell them 5.95 ,but this says c2 so maybe the wrong one mines a kr1 engine

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Post by JanBros » Sun Apr 17, 2016 10:29 am

splant wrote:Thanks James spent 3 hours making one and found fowlers sell them 5.95 ,but this says c2 so maybe the wrong one mines a kr1 engine
everything inside the cases can be swapt between KR1 ans S
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Post by James P » Tue Apr 19, 2016 5:36 am

splant wrote:Thanks James spent 3 hours making one and found fowlers sell them 5.95 ,but this says c2 so maybe the wrong one mines a kr1 engine
JanBros wrote:everything inside the cases can be swapt between KR1 ans S
Steve; I think Jan is right about everything inside being interchangeable - please let us know if the position lever you've bought doesn't fit!

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Re: comp lever position thingy

Post by splant » Tue May 03, 2016 7:59 pm

I would if I could but still waiting for delivery from fowlers ,looks like another company that sells stuff they havnt got ! no reply to emails and was number 12 in the telephone que for 1o mins on hold , so gave up ,not reccomended seem to big to care.

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