Training Wheel Hero
Join Date: May 2007
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So you had stock levers before and put some aftermarket adjustable ones. The adjuster on the lever is to bring the lever closer or further to the clipon depending on rider preference. If you have the lever all the way out it is not going to touch your clipon when you pull on it. You have to move it closer. Also if this is your first time bleeding you brakes, test it out before you take it to the track. If you find the brakes spongy when applying force to it, you have air in your lines.
P.S. Do not press on the brake too hard. You have new pads. Get used to it. You can flip over the bars since the new pads will be "grippier." (<- is that even a word?)
Last edited by rdog; 08-06-2008 at 01:34 PM.