2007 Honda CBR 600rr
2007 Honda CBR 600rr with aftermarket adjustable levers. I successfully adjusted the clutch lever angle so I'm not hyperextending my wrist to grab the lever.
When I was satisfied with the angle of my brake lever with the same goal in mind, I noticed it contacts the fairing during right turns. Potentially prematurely wearing/blowing the line.
There is a metal stop pin preventing rotation of the hydraulic brake fluid line in an anti-clockwise rotation.
In the future, I have plans to replace the brake lines with steel braided type, but I wanted to ask if anyone has come up with a solution to this.
I'm not willing to "live with" what Honda's idea of proper lever-to-handlebar angle should be.