That normally means one of two things, we do not offer levers for your bike, or have not been able to confirm fitment with levers we already produce. Please feel free to e-mail us with any model questions or requests.
We are more then happy to help you customize your set of levers to your needs. Most often we can provide you with paypal payments options and you can order the set you need directly. This includes different lengths and levers that are not the original levers for your particular bike. (i.e. you changed your front brake to a mastercylinder off a newer style bike)
Our distributors are responsible for their country's dealer network. Please check our distributor list and please contact the distributor responsible for your country. If you're not sure, please contact us with your location and we will point you in the right direction.
Tough question to answer, as the main factor is personal preference. The long levers are generally 1/2" shorter then your OEM levers, and the shortys are 1 1/4" shorter then the longs.
Ask yourself a couple of questions, how do you brake and clutch? Do you use your whole hand or just a couple fingers? Shortys are perfect for two finger braking! Is you clutch lever stiff, or a nice light pull? If it is stiff you might want to consider long levers. Hand size isn't really a factor, as both the short and long levers will have the same, if not better then OEM adjustability.
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