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Anyone had any problems fitting these levers?
They're on order at the moment and I'm just wondering if there is any tips or areas I need to look out for when fitting ASV levers.

Also do I need to tell insurance company of this mod?

Cheers, Nick.
 

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Anyone had any problems fitting these levers?
They're on order at the moment and I'm just wondering if there is any tips or areas I need to look out for when fitting ASV levers.

Also do I need to tell insurance company of this mod?

Cheers, Nick.
Dunno about the install of ASV levers as I have Pazzo, but no you don't need to tell the insurance of the mod. Just save your receipts in case of an accident. That's when they'll want to know all the accessories as well as receipts for them.
 

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Most insurance companies clam up pretty tight once you lay the aftermarket receipts on them. OEM accessories like silencers, carbon ect. are usually covered no question.
Most levers are pretty straight forward to install. Just be careful when doing the clutch side. Here's a link for installing Pazzo's, shouldn't be any different where the lever meets the bike.
http://triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=3044&highlight=Pazzo+Lever+Install
 
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