FWIW, the MotoZen levers that I had simply will/would not work. Period. And, speaking to the CS people in Newnan is a very frustrating experience at the very least.
So, like a dog with a bone, I think that I managed to track down THE VERY PERSON at the top of the food chain. I called the UK the other day and got managed to get Simon Warburton on the phone. Explained the situation in detail and he understood the issue. I have pasted in below the email response I received the next morning:
From: Simon Warburton [mailto:[email protected]
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2012 08:41
To: [email protected]
Cc: Richard Rawlins
Iíve just spoken to Richard, our Accessories Manager, and heís looking into your request right now.
Triumph Motorcycles Limited
Following was my response:
Thank you for the time yesterday and for your thoughtful follow-up.
In our conversation yesterday I mentioned two products. One was the MotoZen levers that I had hoped would work out but, unfortunately, did not fit. This is a link to their site: http://www.bellacorse.com/bcc221.htm
The other is the Moose Racing Easy Pull Clutch Assembly. I now have one of these and am planning an install very soon. Here is a link to their site: http://www.mooseracing.com/catalog.j...67&startPage=1
Finally, here is a link to the recent thread on the TriumphRat.net forum regarding adjustable lever for the new Thunderbird: https://www.triumphrat.net/thunderbir...ird-storm.html
Thanks again for the courtesy. I hope that the result will be that we can get access to some adjustable levers that we know will fit as a direct bolt-on replacement for the stock version."
Reckon maybe we'll hear something back? Hopefully :-))