Join Date: Oct 2016
Location: Montreal, Qc, Canada
First, have you searched the forum for pre-existing threads on aftermarket levers, or just plain levers. There are many threads on this subject already.
Second, the job is pretty straightforward, just be careful and attentive to what you are doing. The brake lever contacts a plunger that activates the master cylinder, so no fluid is lost.
The clutch cable must be loosened and the ajuster and locknut must be aligned so the cable can be removed from the old lever and installed on the new one. Ajustement is detailed in the manual.
Pay attention to the levers you buy, as some are not able to clear the switch assembly on the clutch side. In worse cases, the lever can not activate the interlock switch, so the bike can not be started while in gear.
Again, search the archives, most questions have been addressed already