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So my latest farkle/customization was to install some adjustable ASV levers on my Tdub. I have small hands and found the stock levers to be a bit of a stretch.

I bought the F4 series pack and they ain't cheap, but I surfed around the interwebs and did find a coupon code that worked so that helped. These things are quality, really nicely made! And they have great customer service.

The ASV levers were super easy to install and honestly life changing. They have quite a bit of adjustability and are so much more comfortable for my hands. I have way more confidence with using my front brake lever and find I'm able to shift more smoothly. It's certainly nice to have something that fits. I would highly recommend!

Also, lots of options for color combinations. I really wanted to farkle it up so I so I went for color... YOLO! 馃槃
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So my latest farkle/customization was to install some adjustable ASV levers on my Tdub. I have small hands and found the stock levers to be a bit of a stretch.
I could be wrong, but it looks like those levers are designed for two-finger brake/clutch operation. Can you get more than two fingers on them? If not, how well do they work on the TW, especially braking?
 
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I had those on my SV1000 and loved em, quality units for sure, but their sales pitch was pure snake oil.... " reduce brake fade and rotor wear by adjusting lever position on the fly" 馃ぃ
 

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I could be wrong, but it looks like those levers are designed for two-finger brake/clutch operation. Can you get more than two fingers on them? If not, how well do they work on the TW, especially braking?
So I have small hands so I can easily get three fingers on the brake and four on the clutch. Believe it or not these aren't their stubby version which in hindsight I might have preferred. Either way they work really well and I feel like I have better control with braking because they fit my hand better.
 
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