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06-21-11 14:43
Papachristou mine has them didnt think it was a big deal but after feeling the difference, its a nice feature. i like it on 1

06-21-11 12:09
jjsaysblah
Thread ressurection

just call it Lazarus i guess....

anyway, searched the forum and found this. figured a ressurection was better than a duplicate.

Anyway - the adjustable clutch lever everyone here in this thread is wondering about is actually a Thruxton lever.

I had one put on after looking at one on a Thruxton at my motorcycle dealer, cost me $26 bucks.

I like the stock look, and never had a problem with the feel, just wanted to adjust the clutch towards the bar.

Now I have it all for the low low price of twenty six bucks.

hope this helps someone - and this came as a suprise to the dealer's service center. it's one of the options they suggest to new owners now.
06-05-09 13:36
nfot Mine didn't come with adjustable clutch lever either (09 675) so I bought a pair of black adjustable (both) from ebay.
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...m=260368621035
06-04-09 23:18
live_free_ride_forever
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Originally Posted by Wbkelso View Post
Sorry to hear about the surgery man, how'd you get so messed up??
Lowside at ~90mph at Barber in turn 1.

https://www.triumph675.net/forum/showpost.php?p=414822&postcount=931

I'm not sure how I got so hurt, to be honest with you. The more I think about it, the more I think that my injuries occurred when I slid into the 2nd patch of track in turn 1 (why the fuxxxx is that strip of grass there?!?!?!)
06-04-09 08:52
paws Mine didnt come with adjustable clutch lever either ( 08 675) hence why i bought pazzos
06-01-09 11:40
fabtaco05
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Originally Posted by averyk12 View Post
Im pretty sure that they came from the factory that way for the 09's because the dealership didn't add anything to mine and it has the adjustable clutch lever.
adjustable like the brake lever? or the vertical little wheel nob at the end of the cable?!? Mine is a '09 and it doesn't have a adjustable clutch lever
05-31-09 10:22
averyk12 Im pretty sure that they came from the factory that way for the 09's because the dealership didn't add anything to mine and it has the adjustable clutch lever.
05-31-09 09:25
Wbkelso
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Originally Posted by sirbe View Post
^+1 .. that's what I use for my Striple.
Mines an 07 675 and I have the same clutch lever!!!
05-31-09 03:08
sirbe ^+1 .. that's what I use for my Striple.
05-31-09 02:13
Lindy
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Originally Posted by live_free_ride_forever View Post
So my 2007 D675 came with an adjustable clutch lever.
Was mine some sort of mistake, or did anybody else's come that way from the factory?
It was added, did not come from the factory that way.

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Originally Posted by AsphaltScraper View Post
My S3 has the adjustable clutch lever, the perch itself is different but the lever shape looks nearly identical. I meant to take it off and see if it fits the 675 out of curiosity but never did.
Budo and I were commenting at my dealer last Saturday on how the clutch levers on the Bonnevilles are adjustable also.
I too used to have a speed triple and I did discover that in fact the cluth lever will work perfectly on the 675. I've been running it for over a year and a half. I posted a while back about many moons ago.
And additionally, the adjustable lever does also cross over to the Bonneville line. And Chip is also correct it is a few dollers cheeper. The only thing I found slightly off is the Daytona brake lever has a six position adjustment wheel and the speedy lever only has a 4 position wheel.

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