The Tiger took a tap from a rental car in the parking lot of a motel and down it came on its right side, shattering the stock RH hand guard and bending the brake lever among other damage, just under two thousand dollars worth. Doesn’t take much.
I decided to replace both levers with Puig 2.0 hardware consisting of levers and lever mounts for each side.
These are beautifully crafted CNC-machined billet aluminum with laser etched accents and a raised six-position grab adjustment in contrasting red anodized aluminum. These standard levers are 160mm long with a cut-out design to break away in the event of a collision leaving enough lever to still control.